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12139
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In 1825, the State of North Carolina engaged the services of Hamilton Fulton, described as a distinguished engineer from England, to ascertain the importance, practicability, and expenses of re-opening the inlet at or near Nag's Head. Fulton's report favored changes and commenced a quarter century of agitation to accomplish the most state's ambitious and fascinating project to that time. This article is a two-part series and the first part of this series can be found in the following issue, October 1956, Vol. 24, No. 11, p9-10.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 12, Nov 1956, p10-11, il
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12137
Abstract:
In 1825, the State of North Carolina engaged the services of Hamilton Fulton, described as a distinguished engineer from England, to ascertain the importance, practicability, and expenses of reopening the inlet at or near Nag's Head. Fulton's report favored such changes, commencing a quarter century of agitation to accomplish the most ambitious and fascinating project in the state's history to that time. This article is a two-part series and contains the beginning of Fulton's report.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 11, Oct 1956, p9-10
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Record #:
12145
Abstract:
In 1825, the State of North Carolina engaged the services of Hamilton Fulton, described as a distinguished engineer from England, to ascertain the importance, practicability, and expenses of reopening the inlet at or near Nag's Head. Fulton's report favored such changes, commencing a quarter century of agitation to accomplish the most ambitious and fascinating project in the state's history to that time. This is the concluding article in a series digesting the report of Major Walter Gwyn to the N.C. Internal Improvement Commission in 1840.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 13, Nov 1956, p17-18, map
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