2 edition of Tales of the North Carolina coast found in the catalog.
Tales of the North Carolina coast
Pocahontas Wight Edmunds
|Statement||by Pocahontas Wight Edmunds.|
|LC Classifications||F254.6 .E35 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||179 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||86183208|
North Carolina Travelogue I left for my next spooky adventure right from work, hoping to get at least halfway to North Carolina tonight. The weather was cold, but sunny, and the massive George Washington Bridge gleamed in the westering sunlight as I zipped across. Buy Mysterious Tales of Coastal North Carolina by Carmichael, Sherman at ISBN/UPC: Save an average of 50% on the marketplace.
This fifth volume in W.C. Jameson's Buried Treasure series contains 38 tales gathered from the breadth of the American South. Eight states are included: Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana, and s: 1. Museums like to use the “stuff” of history—artifacts—to bring history to life. The artifacts in this exhibit were actually used by people in our past and individually represent unique objects to explore. Together, they help tell The Story of North Carolina. A closer look at some of these interesting artifacts will help youFile Size: 2MB.
These 15 Terrifying Things In North Carolina May Haunt Your Dreams Since I was a young girl, I’ve been told the haunting stories, legends, and myths of North Carolina. It starts with grandparents or uncles trying to get a good spook in, but then, for me at least, it turned into me having to know the WHOLE : Emory Rakestraw. It was an immediate success and was followed by several more collections, Flaming Ship of Ocracoke, Outer Banks Mysteries, Outer Banks Tales to Remember, Blackbeard’s Cup. A final Best Of collection was also published in , entitled Pirates, Ghosts, & Coastal Lore.
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Tales of the North Carolina coast Paperback – January 1, by Pocahontas Wight Edmunds (Author)Author: Pocahontas Wight Edmunds. Learn about the origins of Boo Hag, a fiendish creature that sucks the life out of her victims as they sleep at night--a tale that originates from the rich Gullah culture of the Carolinas.
Join Carmichael as he contemplates these stories and more from the mysterious side of North Carolina's beloved coastal counties/5(2). Tales of the Silver Coast: A Secret History of North Carolina's Brunswick County (Hardcover) Hardcover – January 1, by Miller Pope (Author) › Visit Amazon's Miller Pope Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. /5(2). Genre/Form: History Local history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edmunds, Pocahontas Wight.
Tales of the North Carolina coast. Raleigh, N.C.: Edwards. If you enjoy nonstop adventure and heroic exploits, then you are sure to love Tales of the North.
This wonderful compilation includes, in facsimile of the original turn of the century magazines, the complete novels of White Fang, The Sea-Wolf, The Call of the Wild and Cruise of the Dazzler, plus 15 short stories -- all with original illustrations This is an adventure you/5.
In North Carolina, where folks are no strangers to tall tales and longwinded stories over a pitcher of sweet tea, storytelling has left its own legacy. Now used as a means to recount legends, myths and folklore from long ago, the Carolina coast is steeped in storytelling.
With centuries of dark and legendary stories, stemming from the treacherous coastal waters to the history rich and proud coastal cities, it's no wonder that the communities of the North Carolina Coast take to stories like a fish to water.
Tales and Folklore from the NC Coast. Coastal Legends. The North Carolina coast is home to countless tall tales, legends and haunted stories to accompany its stunning and unique landscape of marshes, maritime forests, miles of beaches and sometimes unforgiving storms.
North Carolina Beautiful Book by Artist William Mangum NCBeautiful Exploring the Geology of the Carolinas Geologist Kevin Stewart and science writer Mary-Russell Roberson begin by explaining techniques geologists use to "read" rocks, the science of plate tectonics, and the formation of the Carolinas.
15 Strange And Wonderful Things Found Only In North Carolina. North Carolina has a long list of unique attractions. While we’ve talked about nice, relaxed day trips, what is so wrong with taking a trip to see the weird, the wonderful, and the downright wacky?!Here are fifteen found in North : Emory Rakestraw.
Carmichael’s first three books, Forgotten Tales of South Carolina, Legends and Lore of South Carolina and Eerie South Carolina, center on ghosts and the strange and unusual.
In his fourth book, UFOs over South Carolina, Carmichael takes a closer look at hovering objects and strange lights in the : TheHistoryPress. Ghosts and Legends of the Carolina Coasts, Terrance Zepke's latest in her best-selling series of ghost tales books, is, if possible, her best yet.
She's evidently been poking around in some spooky places, because she's stirred-up more lively ghosts for us to love, pity, fear and, yes -always- chill to, in these twenty-eight tales and legends /5(9). Author/s: Edmunds, Pocahontas Wight Publication Information for Tales of the North Carolina Coast.
Find this book in a library near you: Originally published in ; Location or Setting: North Carolina Categorization. The Gullah (/ ˈ ɡ ʌ l ə /) are African Americans who live in the Lowcountry region of the U.S.
states of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, in both the coastal plain and the Sea developed a creole language, the Gullah language, and a culture rich in African influences that makes them distinctive among African Americans. Historically, the Gullah region extended.
Lindley S. Butler has captured the marine lore of the Outer Banks in a well written and researched book. "Pirates, Privateers, and Rebel Raiders of the Carolina Coast" chronicles, without sensationalism, the often bloody careers of eight of the most important personalities of the days of pirates, the War of and the Civil by: 5.
Stories From the North Carolina Coast North Carolina's coast is filled with ghost stories and legends. Along the Outer Banks, up every inlet, through the marshes and swamps, are stories of hauntings, curses, enchantments, and pirates that live beyond the grave. Master storyteller Sherman Carmichael ventures into the Tar Heel State to deliver strange and mysterious tales along the coast.
Read about shipwrecks such as that of the SS Liberator, which still sits at the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Diamond Shoals, and legendary storms like the Water Spouts, which were described as tornadoes spinning wildly atop the ocean. This was a very good read. It covers more than just the military aspect of the submarine warfare off of North Carolina's coast.
It also shares the stories of the people living along the outer banks, as well as the people on the ships and submarines/5. Books shelved as north-carolina-author: Cold Comfort by Charles Todd, With the Lightnings by David Drake, Linny's Sweet Dream List by Susan Schild, Big L.
Here are twenty-five tales about strange happenings, creepy places, and engaging specters across the Old North State. Six are new for this 2nd edition. Stealthy and forlorn, cunning and mysterious, the ghosts of North Carolina's past linger among the living in this thrilling collection of ghost tales/5.
Tales of the Silver Coast, recounts the tales of privateers and plantation owners, politicians and Prohibition rum-runners and the many colorful people and diverse places of southeastern North Carolina. Hard Cover $ Promote Your Page Too.Synopsis Master storyteller Sherman Carmichael ventures into the Tar Heel State to deliver strange and mysterious tales along the coast.
Read about shipwrecks such as that of the SS Liberator, which still sits at the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Diamond Shoals, and legendary storms like the Water Spouts, which were described as tornadoes spinning .Monsters of North Carolina is essential reading for fans of cryptozoology, unknown animals, weird history, and engaging and mysterious folklore.
Now, go out and buy the book or I’ll set North Carolina’s “Vampire Beast of Blandenboro” on you. And that, I can assure you, you most definitely do not want.