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13107
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Showing a portion of a draft of a map of North Carolina from 1766, the image contained herein was additionally published in Sheer's, West India Pilot, 1771. Containing only a small portion of the state, the map shows the North Carolina and Virginia border in the upper northern and middle part of the state. This is the second publication in a series by The State. The first part of the map was printed in the March 1957 issue, on pages 24-25.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 23, Apr 1957, p21, map
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13106
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Wrecked and washed onto the beach during a hurricane in September 1913, the George W. Wells, the first six-mast schooner ever built, was the largest shipwreck ever recorded on the Carolina coast. En route from Boston, MA to Fernandina, FL, the Wells washed up on a reef, 400 yards offshore Ocracoke Island.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 23, Apr 1957, p15-16, il
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13105
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Arriving in 1753, the Moravians came to North Carolina in search of a new life rooted in Christian beliefs left behind in Germany. Led by men such as Peter of Chelcic and Gregory, \"the patriarch,\" the Moravians founded the village of Salem, in 1765-1766.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 24 Issue 23, Apr 1957, p13-14, il
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