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Pamlico Song By Daniel Cameron
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In the New World of 1565, any tale of treasure might be true. For Juan Miguel Alvarez and the women in his life, those riches are not only gold, and those dangers not merely pirates, political... More > rivals, and Indian warriors. The empire of New Spain is as vast and wildly beautiful as it is treacherous. In the midst of a brutal campaign against the French, Juan Miguel unexpectedly finds the love of a lifetime among his country's enemies. From tropical Caribbean islands to the coasts and hinterlands of present day Florida and the Carolinas, this book chronicles three generations' hopes and aspirations. Through war and peace, sinister intrigue and hurricanes, transcendent love and vengeance-driven hate, Juan Miguel, and later his son Angel, encounter women as remarkable as the stunning New World in which they all find themselves.< Less
SHELL CASTLE By Mark Raney
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Four commercial clammers go through Ocracoke Island to pursue their trade on the marsh island Shell Castle but instead are battered by a sudden nor'easter.
SHELL CASTLE By Mark Raney
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Four commercial clammers go through Ocracoke Island to pursue their trade on the marsh island Shell Castle but instead are battered by a sudden nor'easter.
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