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Captain Carteret and the Voyage of the Swallow By H.G. Mowat
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Captain Philip Carteret was born in Jersey, and at the age of 14 years old, joined his first ship, the Salisbury. In July 1766 he took command of the Sloop Swallow. He set off on an exploration with... More > high risks, commissioned by the Admiralty, on a voyage which was to last two years and seven months.< Less
Captain Carteret and the Voyage of the Swallow By HG Mowat
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Captain Philip Carteret was born in Jersey, and at the age of 14 years old, joined his first ship, the Salisbury. In July 1766 he took command of the Sloop Swallow. He set off on an exploration with... More > high risks, commissioned by the Admiralty, on a voyage which was to last two years and seven months.< Less
A Grandmother's Tale By Darryl de-Carteret
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A collection of poems from a by gone age. Come with us and enjoy the memories of your own grandmother and how special she made you!
Lord John Carteret, Earl Granville - His Life History and the Granville Grants By Stewart Dunaway
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This book detail the history of the Carteret, Granville, Thynne, Fermor and other families, pertaining to the Carteret’s. John Carteret will inherit from his grandfather his 1/8 interest in the... More > Lord Proprietor grant from King Charles II. John Carteret will be the only one of the eight inheritors who will retain his portion and establish his territory in North Carolina. This 1/8 portion is defined and granting of land will being in the 1740s. This book covers all aspects of what is well known as the Granville Grant. Modern maps are used to illustrate the magnitude of the original grant wording (Proprietors as well), and a detailed look into the calculation of Carteret’s 1/8 portion. No other book has been dedicated to this topic, including following the land to the Thynne’s.< Less
Carteret County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Ferry Records (1774-1905) By Stewart Dunaway
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Carteret County, N.C. is a very old county (formed in 1722)on the east coast of North Carolina. However, the old 18th century records are very sparse, and none of the Colonial era records were... More > preserved. However, what was preserved are contained in this book. This 2-box collection as a handful of 18th century records and then followed by records up to 1905. There is one ferry record (1813), one bridge record (1888), and very few “canal records” (1813,1901) which were in Box 2 of the road records. Each record contains a photo-image of the original document, and a detailed index (Last, First name) is provided for easy searching. There are a few old record dealing with Ocracoke Island as well as a drawing (shown on the front cover)< Less
Hiding on the Bottom By James Rosemond
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Paperback edition. Over the course of two years, author James Rosemond, with the aid of a newfound dive buddy named Scotty, explores Carteret County, the bottom of the ocean, and himself. This book... More > is a humorous recounting of their misadventures above and below the surface, diving and hunting for flounder, while mildly stretching the recreational dive rules. Transitioning through a self imposed “mid life” crisis by “Hiding on the Bottom”, the author realizes that life is more than work, adventure being just beyond the door step. Scotty, with his bizarre wisdom, helps him understand what is important, finding life’s little pleasures and adventures along the way, always recognizing the humor in every situation. After reading the preview, which is the first part of Chapter One, if you want to read more before ordering the book, click on the James Rosemond link at the top of the page and then download the entire content of Chapter One for free.< Less
Hiding on the Bottom By James Rosemond
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Hard Cover Edition, with color dust jacket. Over the course of two years, author James Rosemond, with the aid of a newfound dive buddy named Scotty, explores Carteret County, the bottom of the ocean,... More > and himself. This book is a humorous recounting of their misadventures above and below the surface, diving and hunting for flounder, while mildly stretching the recreational dive rules. Transitioning through a self imposed “mid life” crisis by “Hiding on the Bottom”, the author realizes that life is more than work, adventure being just beyond the door step. Scotty, with his bizarre wisdom, helps him understand what is important, finding life’s little pleasures and adventures along the way, always recognizing the humor in every situation. After reading the preview, which is the first part of Chapter One, if you want to read more before ordering the book, click on the James Rosemond link at the top of the page and then download the entire content of Chapter One for free.< Less
Forbidden Worlds 26 By Gary Wheeler
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Supernatural Stories from the 1950's The Champ The Specters of Carteret Castle Report From the Beyond Tree of Terror
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less