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for The State Vol. 14 Issue 50, May 1947
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Ocracoke Island measures seventeen miles long and about a mile wide and in 1947 had a population of 800. Citizens of Silver Lake were dependent on fishing for primary income. 100 fishing boats harvested oysters, shrimp, and various species of fish. The Navy and Coast Guard was the largest establishment, though far less active than during World War II.