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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. Granite boulder marking the site of the first successful flight of a motor-driven airplane made by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills. September 7, 1929.
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Album caption: Hickory Nut Gap. North Carolina. n.d. Index card: Hickorynut Creek. Henderson County, North Carolina.
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Album caption: Photos 1 through 8 show an area along the Little Tennessee River between Bryson City and Eagle Creek, North Carolina. Much of this area will be included in the proposed Great Smoky Mountains National Park. October-November 1928.
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Cape Hatteras National Seashore, North Carolina. The concept of transferring sand from offshore shoals to the inshore zone near Cape Hatteras. Sketch on photograph uses a boat to show how waves move along the shore. 1974. Figure 53, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 1177-B.


    map background search result map search result map The concept of transferring sand from offshore shoals to the inshore zone near Cape Hatteras. North Carolina. 1974. Hickory Nut Gap. Henderson County, North Carolina. n.d. Hickory Nut Creek. North Carolina. n.d. Wright Brothers National Memorial. North Carolina. No date. Area along Little Tennessee River, between Bryson City and Eagle Creek, North Carolina. 1928. The concept of transferring sand from offshore shoals to the inshore zone near Cape Hatteras. North Carolina. 1974. Hickory Nut Gap. Henderson County, North Carolina. n.d. Hickory Nut Creek. North Carolina. n.d. Area along Little Tennessee River, between Bryson City and Eagle Creek, North Carolina. 1928.