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The Fulcher family has operated the Clayton Fulcher Seafood Company in Atlantic, a community in Carteret County, for almost eighty years. The closing is part of the decline in the seafood business. An oral history project at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island is recording the seafood business memories of the Fulcher family and other residents, including commercial fishers and fish house owners.
THE INNER ISLANDS: A CAROLINIAN'S SOUND COUNTRY CHRONICLE by Bland and Ann Cary Simpson highlights the biodiversity, geography and human history those of those oft-forgotten bits of land scattered about in the waters behind the state's barrier islands. In this excerpt from one chapter, Brown Island is discussed.
Angione discusses the economic, environmental, and cultural revitalization going on in Washington, North Carolina. Main Street is home to a variety of shops, from furniture to art galleries, and restaurants offer specialties to satisfy a variety of palates. The waterfront has had a facelift, and the old railroad depot is now the town's civic center.