WCTV NEWS & NOTES: Learn About New Interactive Map Of Wilmington’s History On Latest Episode Of ‘Where’s Wilmington’

Below is an announcement from Wilmington Community Television:

New Episode Of “Where’s Wilmington” Features Wilmington Historical Commissioner Joe Jackson

Happy 4th of July Wilmington! Just in time for the big celebration, we thought we’d release this interesting, fun and exciting episode of Where’s Wilmington hosted by Lisa Kapala and featuring guest genealogist and Wilmington Historical Commission member, Joe Jackson.

If you are interested in genealogy, ancestry, the history of Wilmington or you just want to have some fun finding out cool things about our town–this show is for you! On this episode of Where’s Wilmington, historian extraordinaire and all-around fun guy, Joe Jackson talks about his comprehensive and interactive map of Wilmington’s history! Learn how Joe, who is originally from Tennessee and is a Wilmington transplant, tapped in to Wilmington’s history and created a useful and interactive map of Wilmington and its rich history. Joe will explain how the map was created, what you can find there and how to interact with the maps interface. This map will also be available at the Wilmington Library for folks to access. This is an episode you won’t want to miss!

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