Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The Researcher Vol. 8 Issue 2, Spring 1992
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The second article in a series addressing hospitals in Morehead City, this installment focuses on the second hospital constructed after WWI and in use through the 1970s. Topics covered include architecture, hospital resources and staff, and finances. There is also an in-depth discussion of the hospital’s use during WWII.
The Carteret County Historical Society houses reproductions of drawings of Roanoke Island made by John White in 1585. White studied the Algonquin and Tuscarora Indians, and the subjects he depicted include fishing and agricultural practices, burial customs, personal adornment, and village construction. Scans of the drawings are included.
This article is a segment of an oral history with Alton Taylor, who recalls taking agricultural produce to Virginia in his father’s sharpie. Vessel dimensions are given, along with details of the trip.
This article addresses the history and use of the sailing sharpie CHASE, destroyed in a 1933 hurricane. The brief article includes vessel dimensions and general use.
This article details the history of the Thomas Devereaux Webb House including its construction, and the history of the home’s owners.