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for Tributaries Vol. 1 Issue 1, Oct 1991
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Pender County middle school students and state archaeologists researched the muddy wreck of what was thought to be the ship SYLVAN GROVE. By studying yellowed newspaper articles and old photographs, the researchers discovered the true name of the vessel.
Discovery in 1989 of a flatboat in a Trent River meander near New Bern gave insight into the building and use of an important transportation mode, the ferry in colonial North Carolina.
Blackfish is a type of fish considered a delicacy by New Yorkers in the early 20th-century. In Carteret County a group of Scandinavian fishermen moved to the area and brought their specially modified boats. This group of fishermen worked cooperatively and seamlessly with other fishermen and within coastal communities like Beaufort.