In this tour we trace the the history of this movement, from its start in Orange County in the 18th century, to the disturbances in the late 1760’s, and finally to the Battle of Alamance in 1771. Following the battle, the executions of Enoch Pugh and five other Regulators as traitors by the British Governor ended the movement, but perhaps not its influence on the American Revolution. And there are other questions to be discussed which have only recently been answered, and some still unanswered to this very day.
A knowledgeable and friendly guide in a tricorn hat will show you sites of interest, give you the complete history, and answer as many of your questions as he can.
The walk is only about one-half mile in total.
Wheelchair accessible, and well-behaved pets are always welcome.
Bookings are non-refundable, but transferable. If a tour is cancelled, because of severe weather for example, we will reschedule or issue refunds.