Tales and traditions of the lower Cape Fear, 1661-1896.

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LC ClassificationsF262.C2 S7 1973
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Pagination215, lxiv p.
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Open LibraryOL5411665M
ISBN 100871521407
LC Control Number73002561
OCLC/WorldCa579660

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In   As is the case with many traditions, the origin of The Christmas Flounder is obscured in the mists of memory, but according to Mr. Jennewein it. Thomas A. Burke dedicated his book of humorous tales Polly Peablossom's Wedding () Talent, and Tradition: Five Essays on the Cultural History of the Lower Cape Fear Region", Edited by Janet K.

Seapker. Wilmington, NC, Museum of the Lower Cape Fear, The expedition of seven ships was led by Raleigh’s cousin, year-old Sir Richard Grenville, whose flagship Tiger grounded on the perplexing shallows of Ocracoke Inlet while making its way to a safe anchorage inside the bar.

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My library. Historical Museums. The Cape Fear Museum of History & Science is the state’s oldest history museum and showcases exhibits and artifacts related to the history, science and culture of the lower Cape Fear region.

The Wilmington Railroad Museum is dedicated to preserving the history of the Atlantic Coastline Railroad and the history of railroading in the United States and mixes education with. Yet a cursory look over the historical maps of the area tell a different tale – namely the Mosely Map ofwhich labels the island “Carrot” and was drawn up just two decades after the town of Beaufort was founded.

Even John Shackleford Jr., for whom Shackleford Banks is named, distinctly refers to the land in question as “Carrot. Settlement at Town Creek William Hilton was again sent to explore the region, this time by men from the British colony of Barbados. He entered the "Cape-Fear" in October and left in December, evidently just before the New Englanders arrived.

John Vassall of Barbados financed and led the first permanent settlers to the Lower Cape Fear, landing in Mayand by November had .