September 10, 2015 Updating Records: Cherokees Richard W. Starbuck
October 8, 2015 Francis Florentine Hagen @ 200 Nola Reed Knouse
November 12, 2015 A Chamber Music Adventure Laura Stevens
December 10, 2015 250th Anniversary of Salem, Part 2 Richard W. Starbuck
January 14, 2016 Mapping Salem Richard W. Starbuck
February 11, 2016 More Fun Finds in the Vault Nola Reed Knouse
March 10, 2016 Salem’s 250th in Music Nola Reed Knouse
April 14, 2016 So You’re a Genealogist, Eh Richard W. Starbuck
May 12, 2016 Music Foundation at 60 Nola Reed Knouse
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This Day In History
1836 Br. Gottlieb Byhan, pastor at Bethabara, preaches for the first time at Kerner’s Crossroad, which later develops into Kernersville, North Carolina.
457 S. Church Street
Winston-Salem, N.C. 27101