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21762
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White relates how the Craftsman Museum in Windsor came into being through the efforts of Mayor Jim Hoggard and the late local historian Harry Lewis Thompson. The museum is in the former Livery Stable, which is thought to have been built around 1890 to house horses and mules as well as sell them. Most of the artifacts there are from Thompson's collection.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. 5 Issue 3, Spr 2014, p118-119, 121-123, il
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21759
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Jerry Byrum of Bertie County has worked in woodwork a large part of his life, making furniture and gun cabinets. For the past ten years he has been creating pens and pencils. He describes how he makes them and the materials used, and Thadd's photographs illustrate the process. Cost of a pen ranges from $30 to $40, which, he indicates, is a problem with sales in the local area.
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23286
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Bertie County's small historical town Aulander has much to offer to visitors and locals alike.
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23289
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The Cashie River in Bertie County is historically significant to the small town of Windsor, which is the reason it sits in its present location.
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23299
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House in the Horseshoe was built in 1772 as a plantation house and was later the site of American Revolutionary War battles. The historical home is now the location of reenactments.
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23304
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A Merry Hill teen is a world champion of competitive horse-riding in the English style.
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24853
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Martin County boasts of the activities available at Moratoc Park. It is a haven for nature lovers, and outdoor activities include everything from hiking to birding. The Moratoc building is a popular spot for weddings and other events including the Blue Grass Music Festival.
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24852
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The Livermon Park and Mini-zoo in Windsor, North Carolina has made some new additions to their park. The park itself has new upgrades and the mini-zoo boasts a new zebra. The park is considered by many to be an excellent spot for summer picnics, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and much more.
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38117
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Due to dwindling attendance, St. Mark’s in Roxobel was to close its doors and move relics to St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Windsor. That is, before local families and individuals, other Eastern North Carolina Episcopal churches, Albemarle Deanery, and Diocese of East Carolina joined to keep its doors open. Courtesy of their collaborative efforts, the church established in 1883 and maintained its original structure keeps its doors open as a mission church.
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38132
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History in terms of town life and family homestead, otherwise hidden away in Washington County, has been offered renown. Maintained on donations since the last dwellers’ deaths in the 1970s, the Davenport House offers glimpses of late 18th-century life through artifacts of daily living from that time period such as open hearth and corn crib.
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39381
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This is the story of Charles Smith, a retired teacher and Bertie County Principal and Bertie County Commissioner, whose voice brought him much acclaim. He sang with such bands as 'Soul Reflections,' the 'Bertie-Martin Band,' and the 'Steppin Out Band.' He sings locally now as a member of both the Male Chorus and Senior Choirs of the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. He is well-23known throughout the region for singing the National Anthem at local festivals.
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39458
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The article gives a history of Philadelphia United Methodist Church, Sunbury, Gates County
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39469
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This article features Pastor Richard Gurganus, Church on the Rise, Rocky Mount, NC.
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39480
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This article concerns the 1995 Bertie High School Falcons winning the State Football Championship trophy under Coach Roy L. Bond, Jr., Bertie High School's first black coach.