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History Club members clean up Brookside cemetery and place American flags to honor the veterans buried there:



L-R Reggie Williams, Calvin Marshall, Darius Nelson and Larry L. Smith.

History Club Officers 11-12

  • President:Betty O'hearn
  • Vice President:Bryan Putnam
  • Secretary:
  • Treasurer:
  • Historian:

2010 Officers (L-R) Turner, Higley, Bartlett, O'hearn, Robinson

History club officers

Welcome to the home page of the History Club! Any FSU student with an interest in history is welcome to join.

History Majors at the Fayetteville Transportation Museum


The club is open to all majors and is still accepting new members.

Your history club advisors are: Dr. Dianne White Oyler and Dr. Kelli Cardenas Walsh

Drs. Oyler & Cardenas Walsh

The history program at Fayetteville State is housed in the Department of Government and History. The program offers a Bachelor of Arts degree as well as a minor in history. For more information on the undergraduate program contact the coordinator Dr.Linda Tomlinson

A Bachelor of Science in Social Studies, History concentration is offered through the history program. For more information contact the coordinator Dr. Stanley Johnson,


1st Place finishers!!! Turkey Trot 2011




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Turkey Trot 2010





2010 Graduating seniors celebrationDaniel Harlin, Cynthia Gates, Derrick Squires, David Jerkins

Spring 08 Field Trip: Members of the History club and faculty advisors attended the Carolina Low Country and the Atlantic World (CLAW) annual conference sponsored by the College of Charleston in Charleston SC. This years theme is in recognition to the International Slave Trade A Bicentenary Inquiry

View our power point presentation from the conference: Carolina Low Country and the Atlantic World (CLAW) - [100MB PPT]

History Club - Group Picture at Citadel

Group Picture at the Citadel

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History Club - Lost Colony 01

Fall 07 Field Trip: (Nov. 07) History Club travels to Raleigh to view the Lost Colony exhibit:

A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina