For much of the 20th century, tobacco was the main cash crop for Horry County and the Pee Dee Region.
During the late summer, leaves would be gathered and taken to the barn to be strung and cured, this process required participation from all family members, down to young children, whose job would be to hand the tobacco leaves to a stringer. Join us to relive this experience on Tobacco Heritage Day,
Saturday, August 6th, from 9:00 AM until 12:00 PM.
Demonstrations will include gathering, hand tying and stringing tobacco, and a variety of other farm activities.
The L.W. Paul Living History Farm is located at the corner of Hwy 701 North and Harris Short Cut Road in Conway, SC.
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, call the L.W. Paul Living History Farm at 843-915-5321 or email the Horry County Museum at email@example.com. For a full list of programs, visit our website at www.horrycountymuseum.org.