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for Metro Magazine Vol. 6 Issue 8, Aug 2005
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In part two of his series on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Leutze travels the northern section by car, making stops that include Elizabeth City, Coinjock, Engelhard, and Belhaven. He stresses the importance of the waterway for recreational and commercial use and points out the emergency created by a lack of federal funds to prevent the silting in of the inlets that give access to the sea.
Bath is North Carolina's oldest incorporated town and its first port, chartered by an act of the Colonial General Assembly in 1705 in the picturesque country between the eastern Piedmont and the barrier islands of the Outer Banks.