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The Lafayette Society promotes awareness of the many contributions to America’s freedom by the Marquis de Lafayette, the French hero of the American Revolutionary War. We honor his spirit of patriotism and generosity by encouraging these traits in the civic character of Fayetteville, North Carolina, the first city in the United States named for him.

Membership is open to all. We invite you to join us!

Click on a city above to learn more and find out how you can support them!


  

This is North Carolina’s official Lafayette Birthday Celebration, as recognized by the NC General Assembly and the United States House and Senate!

Read more about Lafayette from local historian Roy Parker Jr.

Join the Lafayette Society by contacting us today!

250th Birthday Celebration

Click here to view Telly Award-winning video!

St. Avold

Learn more about St. Avold - our sister-city in France.


Lafayette's visit to the United States inspired a merchandising frenzy - here's your chance to purchase like it's 1824!

LAFAYETTE'S GRAND TOUR OF 1824-25

Did you miss the original tour?
It's not too late to get a high-quality t-shirt -- only $10!

City Center Gallery & Books
112 Hay Street (downtown), Fayetteville, NC
910-678-8899


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NECKLACE AND BRACELET CHARMS

The Lafayette bust was designed and custom made by Bob Britton.
Available in sterling, gold, or rhodium.

Walter Guy Jewelers
220 Hay Street (downtown), Fayetteville, NC
910-868-6472

Email walterguyjewelers@gmail.com for out-of-town orders.
25% of the proceeds will be donated to the Lafayette Society.


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GLASS PAPERWEIGHT

Commemorate Lafayette and Fayetteville, NC's unique relationship to him.


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Call 910-678-8899, or click here for more information.

 
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