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18774
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Continuing from a previous article in the September/October 1980 edition of THE NORTH CAROLINA PRESERVATIONIST, this article details examples of North Carolina historic landmarks recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.
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18775
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Roberts discusses Wilmington whose history as a provincial trading town is drawing the public to its preservation.
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18777
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Cape Hatteras and Cape Lookout lighthouses, both listed in the National Register of Historic Places, are facing loss into the Atlantic Ocean due to erosion. Researchers have recently offered donations for the implementation of erosion control devices, although evaluation of the equipment is needed first.
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18779
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The National Main Street Center Program was introduced in November in six states, including North Carolina. The Program encourages economic development within the context of historic preservation.
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18778
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Edmunds discusses how Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, which requires all federal agencies to take into account historic properties in their undertakings, is being implemented in North Carolina.
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18776
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The Walters hydroelectric plant and dam at Waterville has been awarded recognition as one of North Carolina's most notable engineering achievements.
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