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If you wanna go to an amazing and scary Haunted Attraction this Halloween, come out to see us at Spookywoods this year. We're gonna give you all an amazing fright this year. We are nationally recognized as one of the best and scariest in the USA. There is so much going into Spookywoods this year its pretty crazy and awesome. 🎃💀🔪 #hauntedattraction#halloween#spookywoods#northcarolina
Had a fantastic time doing hands on science activities at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science.
It’s valuable experience to learn from others how they do what they do.
Hillsborough, North Carolina.
“Local Native American groups had lived in the Hillsborough area for thousands of years by the time Spanish explorers entered the region. The Great Indian Trading Path, used by generations of Native Americans, crossed the Eno River in this area. Siouan-language tribes such as the Occaneechi and the Eno were living in the Hillsborough area at the time of European contact. They were eventually pushed out by European settlers. The explorer John Lawson recorded visiting "Occaneechi Town" when he traveled through North Carolina in 1701.
Hillsborough was founded in 1754 and was first owned, surveyed, and mapped by William Churton (a surveyor for Earl Granville). Originally to be named Orange, it was first named Corbin Town (for Francis Corbin, a member of the governor's council and one of Granville's land agents) and was renamed Childsburgh (in honor of Thomas Child, the attorney general for North Carolina from 1751–1760 and another of Granville's land agents) in 1759. It was not until 1766 that it was named Hillsborough, after the Earl of Hillsborough, the British secretary of state for the colonies and a relative of royal governor William Tryon.” -Wikipedia 🏛
“There remain more than 100 late eighteenth and nineteenth century structures that illustrate this history. In addition, there are numerous secondary buildings, bridges, millsites and dams along the Eno, and Native American relics from the locations of ancient towns stretching back thousands of years.” -visithillsborough