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23151
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The Twin County Museum and Hall of Fame preserves and presents the history of Edgecombe and Nash counties, while also celebrating important community members.
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21749
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Phillip and Karen Lynch Harley live in Hollister in Halifax County. She is a member of the Haliwa-Saponi tribe and he grew up in Maryland with the Picataway Native American tribe. Karen minored in art at the University of Maryland and later attended the prestigious Schuler School of Fine Arts in Baltimore. Phillip is a completely self-taught wood-carver and makes everything from wooden spoons, bowls, walking sticks, and people. Together they create works that keep their Native American heritage alive.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. 5 Issue 3, Spr 2014, p50-51,54-56, il, por
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21778
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The Edgecombe Community College Historic Preservation Technology program gives students an opportunity to learn the fine art of preserving North Carolina's history as \"they work to keep the past a large part of the now.\" The program will soon have a new home in the Norfleet House, which has been restored by the students.
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23126
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Watson Brown photographs old buildings in eastern North Carolina and shares them with the world through social media. His photographs are featured in this article, as well as his story about how he began taking such pictures.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. 6 Issue 1, Fall 2014, p12-15,19-24, 30-39, il
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23127
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Scotland Neck has experienced much change and demolition, but the heart of the town--the people--continues to make it a special place.
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23302
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Ventosa Kennel and K9Training Facility in Scotland Neck is home to some of the country's most sought-after K9 'officers.'
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16761
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Mike and Ali Lubbock founded the Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Center in Scotland Neck in Halifax County in 1989, after spending five years in Sylva. Covering about nine acres, the center boasts the largest collection of waterfowl in the world and is a conservation and research orientated center for birds, especially rare and endangered waterfowl. Sylvan Heights contains around 3,000 birds and 170 species, including 30 species that cannot be seen in any other collection or zoo in North America.
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16757
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The Lakeland Theatre operates in an old high school in Littleton. Mark Taylor, a professional actor and Littleton native, bought the building in 1978 when he returned home with the idea of starting a cultural arts center and the Lakeland Cultural Arts Center was born. Luthy describes the theatre's activities.
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23285
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The Vollmer Farm, located northeast outside of Raleigh, hosts activities and provides locals with produce. The Vollmer family is a proponent of community supported agriculture.
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23288
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The Alligator River, which divides Tyrrell and Dare counties, is part of the Intercoastal Waterway and is important for its ecosystem and wildlife.
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23298
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In Martin County on their historic farm, the Ollmans take in horses with nowhere else to go.
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