This canoe pulled from the Tar River north of Louisburg in 2001 is planned for display at Terrell Lane Middle School in Louisburg. The canoe is thought to date to around 1800 and historians are trying to raise $13,000 for a museum-quality case for the canoe.
This canoe pulled from the Tar River north of Louisburg in 2001 is planned for display at Terrell Lane Middle School in Louisburg. The canoe is thought to date to around 1800 and historians are trying to raise $13,000 for a museum-quality case for the canoe. Franklin Times
This canoe pulled from the Tar River north of Louisburg in 2001 is planned for display at Terrell Lane Middle School in Louisburg. The canoe is thought to date to around 1800 and historians are trying to raise $13,000 for a museum-quality case for the canoe. Franklin Times

Louisburg man seeks to put historical Tar River canoe on display – Shaffer

September 17, 2016 01:31 PM

UPDATED September 17, 2016 02:24 PM

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