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37699
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Hatteras Island’s magic is described here almost entirely in photographs. Included are sights such as Honey B, last remaining Banker pony on Hatteras Island; Futuro Saucer Home, second most photographed sight on the Outer Banks; Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, most photographed sight on Hatteras Island; and the restored Oregon Inlet Lifesaving Station, built in 1897.
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38252
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For the author, the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge is more than a connecting point between the North Carolina mainland and its Outer Banks. As indicated by his photographs, the bridge that opened up transporting options besides the ferry can also be appreciated for offering a scenic view.
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39448
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Discussed in this article is two encounters between David Dunn’s servant, Nat, and Union soldiers; the sale of David Dunn’s plantation to Mrs. Lewis Whitford; and a barbecue recipe that includes an update from the sauce’s original ingredients.
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40939
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A connecting point between an Outer Banks island and North Carolina’s mainland is named after Hyde County’s first commissioner. Advocate for improved infrastructure, he helped to keep the community’s roadways functional for generations. Through his years of service to the community, he also served as its memory, helping to connect lifeways old and current.