Logo Design: Karla Smith
The logo for the Greater Chuckatuck Historical Foundation combines symbols representing the unique heritage of our area.
Center – The colonial script used in the center is reminiscent of a 17th century English settlement.
Top – The oar represents the “water connection” to the outside world between the Chuckatuck Creek and the Nansemond River used by colonial traders and the Nansemond Indians.
Right – The cornstalk represents agriculture, and signifies that corn was a major local farm crop.
Bottom – The hoe stands for four centuries of farming.
Left – The spear with a feather represents the connection with the Nansemond Indians, the forebearers of the land.