Thomas Day
History

1801-1861




Photos shown above history sign posted in front of the building.

Thomas Day, a free African-American cabinetmaker, lived and worked in Milton, North Carolina
from 1820's until his death. After moving his business to the Union Tavern, he operated the largest furniture business in North Carolina.


Located at 148 Broad Street, Milton, NC 27305
Thomas Day House is open on the dates listed and by appointment.

June 23rd.....1-4 June 24th....2-4

June 30th.....1-4 July 1st.....2-4

July 4th......10-1 July 8th.....2-4


 

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Tour Information

The museum is open to the public at advertised times and by appointment. Admission $6 each.
To arrange a visit for you or your group, please call

We welcome large or small groups. Bus parking is available.
For large groups, please call ahead.


Harriet Brandon 336-234-7366
or email Harriet at hbrandon@mebtel.net

or

Jack William 336-234-7331



Pews made by Thomas Day inside the Milton Presbyterian Church


For more information on Thomas Day or the Thomas Day House/Union Tavern link listed below has great information.
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