Navigating Jim Crow: The Green Book and the Oasis Spaces in North Carolina

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern

The North Carolina African American Heritage Commission (AAHC), a division of the N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (DNCR), has created a new traveling exhibit about sites important to, and personal memories about, American travel during the “Jim Crow” era of legal segregation. The Negro Motorist Green Book, published between 1936 and 1966, was both […]

Savoring Outlander (Virtual Event)

Tryon Palace 529 S Front St., New Bern

Join Tryon Palace for this exclusive program with professional cook and author Theresa Carle-Sanders to celebrate her second companion cookbook: Outlander Kitchen :To the New World and Back Again. During this presentation, you'll tour Tryon Palace's Kitchen Office to learn about what cooking was like in the Colonial era. This modern c. 1770 kitchen featured […]