WDN Tri-centennial Daily Articles 2005
Reproduced with permission from the Washington Daily News.

Three weeks to the 300th - 2/14/05

General Assembly returning to Bath -  2/24/05

Tri-centennial nets regional funding support - 2/25/05
Town of Bath has history of pageantry, celebration - 3/06/05
Bath announces schedule for tri-centennial kickoff - 3/06/05
Lawson focus of exhibit, lecture - 3/07/05
Colonist's and 'pirates' turn out in droves 3/09/05
Town of Bath celebrates 300 years - 3/09/05
WDN Historical Bath Tri-centennial Insert
Historic Bath, 300 Years of History -Cover
Bonner House sits on old Lawson property
Calendar of events for the Town of Bath Tri-centennial
Carolina Charter returning to Bath
Curse is considered a blessing
Early Bath was disturbed by rivalries, epidemics, Indian wars and piracy
Fire department's worst nightmare brought town to action
Historic Bath Foundation was established to promote Bath
Historic Bath Garden Club Homes and Garden Tour
North Carolina's first public library included 150 titles
Bath massacre took place 290 years prior to WTC attacks
Military Through the Ages comes Nov. 12-13
Palmer-Marsh House is icon of Main Street
Theatrical play about Blackbeard's life is Bath's treasure
St. Thomas Church
Teach, a pirate, was regarded as a celebrity despite deeds
Teach's light has been unexplainable through the ages
Van Der Veer House moved to present home

General Assembly of NC Session 2005
House Joint Resolution 497