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Travel Conditions in Colonial North Carolina: The Case of the Lower Cape Fear


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Colonial travel in the lower Cape Fear region was by water and often slow and hazardous. As the population spread inland, a system of roads, bridges, ferries, and taverns developed. Since counties provided the upkeep, some routes were better than others.
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