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The Hampton Mariner's Museum in Beaufort was an outgrowth of an idea former state legislator Roy W. Hampton had in 1952. Hampton later died, and along with a lack of state funding, the museum languished. The cause was taken up in 1975 by Charles McNeill. This article describes the museum's growth and development from that point.
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11685
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This article describes the recovery of Civil War cannon from the Roanoke River near Hamilton. The cannon were dumped into the river when Confederate forces abandoned Fort Branch in 1865.
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11684
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This article presents arguments against an amendment to the North Carolina Constitution which would allow the Governor and Lieutenant Governor to have a second successive term of the same office.
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11683
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This article presents arguments for an amendment to the North Carolina Constitution which would allow the Governor and Lieutenant Governor to have a second successive term of the same office.
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