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7681
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Plymouth, established in 1787, is the county seat of Washington County. At one time the state's second-busiest port, the town had its own light station. A replica of the lighthouse stands near the Civil War museum. The town was prosperous up to the Civil War, but the conflict left it in ruins with only eleven buildings standing. The town has undergone several economic cycles, and at one time twenty-nine buildings on the main street were empty. Now twenty-seven of them have been purchased for development. Things to see in Plymouth include the Port O' Plymouth Museum, a replica of the Civil War ironclad Albemarle, the Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, God's Creation Wildlife Museum, and The Garden Spot restaurant.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 73 Issue 10, Mar 2006, p18-20, 22-23, il, map Periodical Website
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24857
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Doward Jones Jr. finds inspirations for his photography from a variety of sources from books to the office window at his family’s business. Among his latest images are a series depicting the changing of the seasons in the tree lined wetlands along the Roanoke River in downtown Plymouth.
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34388
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The world’s largest black bears and highest black bear densities are found on the Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula of eastern North Carolina. The historic waterfront community of Plymouth is building its brand on the black bear. One popular event is the Fourth Annual North Carolina Black Bear Festival on June 2-3, 2018.
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