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Markers Tells Story of Maritime Disasters

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Two famous Outer Banks maritime disasters are being commemorated with markers by the North Carolina Department of Archives and History. A historical marker at Rodanthe will point out the spot where British tanker MILO was torpedoed and sunk in 1918. Additionally, a marker at Nags Head points out the naval catastrophe of the USS HURON, where 103 lives were lost in 1877.