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Milton

TOWN OF

ABOUT MILTON

Incorporated in 1796 and designated as an historic district since 1973, Milton, North Carolina not only continues to preserve its  history by being a museum without walls, but welcomes and embraces the businesses that encourage locals and tourists to enjoy all  this small notable town has to offer.

 

Once you have experienced Milton, you’ll want to come back for more! 

MILTON'S MISSION STATEMENT

     The Town of Milton is built on a small town historic presence that supports quality services, collaboration,

leadership and a well-planned future. The Town of Milton seeks sustainable growth and protection of natural and historic resources while preserving the values, quality of life and culture of it's residents, organizations and businesses.

CONTACTS

Milton Town Hall (336) 234-0030

Town Mayor Patricia Williams

PHONE: (336) 234-0316

EMAIL: [email protected]

Town Clerk Shirley Wilson

PHONE: (434) 728-7192

EMAIL: [email protected]

Finance Officer Sharon Williams

PHONE: (434) 250-1516

EMAIL: [email protected]

MILTON TOWN COMMISSIONERS

Mayor Pro-Tem Lisa Brandon

EMAIL: [email protected]

Commissioner Valerie Sottile

EMAIL: [email protected]

Commissioner Cathia Stewart

EMAIL: [email protected]

Commissioner John Wallace Jr.

EMAIL: [email protected]

OFFICE HOURS:

Every Tuesday, except second Tuesday 9:00 – 5:00 pm

        Second Tuesday 12:00 – 6:30 pm 

Every Thursday 4:00 – 7:00 pm

 

LOCATION:

Milton Town Hall is located inside the Thomas Day Museum

        148 Broad Street

        Milton, NC 27305

 

MAILING ADDRESS

     Town of Milton

     PO Box 85

     Milton, NC 27305

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THOMAS DAY MUSEUM

Visit Historic Milton’s Thomas Day House & Union Tavern

“Thomas Day was a master cabinetmaker and entrepreneur whose business flourished during a time when most African Americans were enslaved and free blacks were restricted in their movements and activities. During the antebellum years (1820–1861), North Carolina planters used both classical architecture and fine furniture to convey economic status and gentility. Day, whose father was a cabinetmaker, opened his shop in 1827 in Milton, North Carolina, where he created fine furniture and architectural interiors for an elite clientele. Day’s style is characterized by undulating shapes, fluid lines, and spiraling forms. He combined his own unique motifs with popular designs to create a distinctive style readily identified with his shop. Day is the only documented American cabinetmaker to offer clients both architectural elements for their Greek Revival homes and furniture incorporating the same classical motifs. To date, woodwork in about eighty homes in rural North Carolina and Virginia has been attributed to Day.” – from the Smithsonian website https://americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/day

 

For more information on Thomas Day and Milton check out this YouTube video from NC Weekend.

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