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Since the economic downturn in the 1990s, community members in the Roanoke River region have developed a tourism economy to capitalize on the area's natural resources. Roanoke River Partners, Inc, was created in 1997, and since then, an antique trail, a Civil War trail, a recreational paddle trail, and a camping system have helped boost the region's economy.
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Washington County has much to offer in terms of wildlife and nature. This article describes the variety of animals found in the county--including black bear, catfish, and blue crabs--and informs the readers about the best locations for viewing these creatures.
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23129
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Pinetown's story revolves around one man--Surry Parker. He worked for the Roanoke Railroad and Lumber Company in Virginia, and the company sent him to build a railroad between Plymouth, North Carolina and the Dismal Swamp. He then developed Pinetown by building homes and businesses, as well as bringing technology to the small town.
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Lake Mattamuskeet, the largest natural freshwater lake in North Carolina, is one of North Carolina's gems. Much of the lake's history involves attempts to drain the water for fertile farmland, but since 1934, the lake has served as the centerpiece of a national wildlife refuge.
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Since 2003, The Hinnant Family Vineyards has operated a winery, the sixteenth winery in the state of North Carolina. Located in Pine Level, North Carolina, visitors can tour the winery and vineyard, learn about the process of wine-making, and partake in tastings.
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23126
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Watson Brown photographs old buildings in eastern North Carolina and shares them with the world through social media. His photographs are featured in this article, as well as his story about how he began taking such pictures.
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North Carolina's Eastern Living Magazine (NoCar F 252.3 N82), Vol. 6 Issue 1, Fall 2014, p12-15,19-24, 30-39, il
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Scotland Neck has experienced much change and demolition, but the heart of the town--the people--continues to make it a special place.
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The Dining Divas visit Backwater Jack's, located in Washington, and highlight the restaurant's history, cuisine, and atmosphere.
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