Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Sept/Oct 1993
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Since a 1988 inventory revealed the precarious position of our maritime forests, North Carolina and such private concerns as the Nature Conservancy have made progress in assessing and protecting the remnants; yet hard choices lie ahead.
A survey of the various dialects heard along the Outer Banks, this article addresses both the unique language patterns and the settlement pattern of the North Carolina coast.
Eight maritime forests on North Carolina's barrier islands are especially important because of their ecological significance and their potential for preservation. These eight have been rated as high-priority sites for preservation efforts.