Scotland County is a true melting pot. Since its founding, early settlers have augmented the original Lumbee Tribe, including Scots Highlanders, African slaves and their descendants, and antebellum farmers. To these traditional elements, new cultures have been added such as equestriennes drawnby St. Andrews University, and men and women of the U.S. Special Forces and the Army Golden Knights. The county is truly a cultural sampler that represents the true flavor of the rural South.


peoples through archaeological, anthropological, and linguistic studies. Although the museum emphasizes people of the southeastern region, you’ll also find artifacts and exhibits of tribes from other regions, including the southwest and Mesoamerica.

13040 X-Way Road,
Laurinburg 910-277-2456

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