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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Sept/Oct 1996
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Across Jarrett Bay from Williston in Carteret County lies Davis Ridge, a fishing community founded by liberated slaves in 1865 and destroyed by a hurricane in 1933. The self-sufficient town enjoyed a unique, close relationship with its white neighbors.
Joyce Taylor, seafood education specialist for twenty years for the UNC Sea Grant College Program in Morehead City and a recognized expert in seafood handling and preparation, is retiring. She has authored a number of books and newsletters.
Although snakes want to avoid us as much as we want to avoid them, the mere sight of one brings fear to people. Thirty-eight species live in the state, but only six are poisonous.