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for The State Vol. 20 Issue 51, May 1953
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On 24 March 1663, Charles II granted land in the New World to eight men who had supported his efforts to regain the throne of England. The third in a series of biographical sketches describing the Lords Proprietors, William Powell discusses the Gallant William Craven. This article discusses Craven's career in England prior to coming to the New World as well as his namesakes in North Carolina.
The reconstructed Ocanaluftee Cherokee Village offers spectators a chance to view Native Americans in their natural setting. Representations of traditional art work, boat building, and architecture are captured in photographic illustrations that are meant to depict life 200 years ago.
A proposed highway that would connect Nag's Head with Atlantic Beach could open North Carolina's sea coast to motorists. Gaining interest from the Morehead City Chamber of Commerce as well as interests lying on the southern Outer Banks, it is undetermined whether or not the complete highway will be constructed.