The Mission of the Four Oaks Area History
Foundation is to preserve the history and cultural
heritage of the community of Four Oaks, NC.
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Back in 1976 James Bryan Creech, a local historian, carpenter, and school teacher took on the challenge to relocate and restore his great grandparents' log cabin home, built in 1845 by Henry Wright Strickland. Creech salvaged the logs and structural timbers and relocated them from the original site on Old School road to property he owned on Civitan road behind the elementary school in Four Oaks. With the help of family and friends, the cabin was reconstructed to perfection, and James Bryan enjoyed sharing the special place with family, friends, and history fans for the rest of his life. Years after his death the property was sold at auction and in the years since the...
The Four Oaks Area History Foundation exists to preserve the history and cultural heritage of this unique community. To be successful, we need your help!
We can’t wait to partner with you in fulfilling our shared mission. If you’re passionate about preserving the story of the Four Oaks area for future generations, the best way to do that is by joining today.
Town of Four Oaks
PO Box 533
Four Oaks, NC 27524