Traditional Work Boats of North Carolina
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Traditional Work Boats of North Carolina by Michael B. Alford

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Published by Printed In The United States Of America .
Written in English


  • Outdoors & Nature - Outdoor Recreation

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Number of Pages53
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Open LibraryOL11632974M
ISBN 100962043974

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Traditional Work Boats of North Carolina by Michael Alford available in Pamphlet on , also read synopsis and reviews.   Traditional Work Boats of North Carolina by Michael B. Alford, , Printed In The United States Of America edition, Paperback in English - Second Edition editionPages: “The book is written for the fisher and the layperson alike; Earley, an accomplished nature writer, is most interested in how stories create a deep culture that has sustained itself against the ebbing tide that is modernity.”--Carolina Alumni Review "Earley illustrates that a boat is not just a boat."--Coastwatch. This book will appeal to anyone who has an interest in and appreciation of the North Carolina coastal plain, and the people and boats that live and work there. As the towns of Morehead city and Beaufort have grown, the area just to the north of them has remained remarkably isolated. This book documents the slow demise of that civilization as it Reviews: 6.

Primary source material such as letters, diaries, photographs, oral histories, maps, and records that document the history of North Carolina, rural health care, worldwide military events, student life, and official East Carolina University operations. The shad boat is designed for the upper Albemarle and northern Pamlico sounds, where the water is shallow and the weather changes rapidly. Initially, these boats had round-bottomed hulls that made them expensive and complicated to build, explains Michael B. Alford, author of Traditional Work Boats of North Carolina. Download this list of boat owners and vessel information from North Carolina to a Spreadsheet or Other File Type: Total Documented Vessels with North Carolina Owners: 9, Number of Cities: Recreational Boats: 7, Commercial Fishing Boats: Freight Barges: Passenger Boats: Other Vessels: WorkBoat has announced its 10 Significant Boats for Now it’s time for you to choose the Boat of the Year from that list. You can place your VOTE HERE. Voting ends on Friday, Nov. 8, Choosing the Significant Boats each year is subjective, with many boats deserving of .

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