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for The State Vol. 4 Issue 49, May 1937
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One of the most popular resorts in North Carolina this summer will be the coastal state park at historic Fort Macon in Carteret County, where the battle-scarred, century-old fortress is now open to public inspection, following partial restoration by federal funds and the construction of a four-mile shore drive from the Atlantic Beach Causeway.
Down at Manteo, things are already in place in anticipation of the entertainment of at least 50,000 visitors this summer for the 350th anniversary celebration of the landing of Sir Walter Raleigh's first English colonists. The celebration will be staged in August to welcome President Roosevelt as well.