» » Morehead City on the Waterfront (NC) (Images of America)
Download Morehead City on the Waterfront (NC) (Images of America) epub book
ISBN:0738516430
Author: Reginald Worth Lewis Jr.
ISBN13: 978-0738516431
Title: Morehead City on the Waterfront (NC) (Images of America)
Format: docx rtf mobi azw
ePUB size: 1768 kb
FB2 size: 1673 kb
DJVU size: 1173 kb
Language: English
Category: Photography and Video
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing (July 27, 2004)
Pages: 128

Morehead City on the Waterfront (NC) (Images of America) by Reginald Worth Lewis Jr.



Images of America: North Carolina). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I really enjoyed looking through this book with photographs and narrative, another one from the Images of American series. Since I grew up taking family vacations to the Morehead City area, I recognized the locations of many of the photographs, and even some of the surnames mentioned, like Fulcher. Quite of few of the pictures were taken in the 1950s, so I bet my parents would enjoy this book.

The Morehead City Waterfront in Eastern North Carolina rests on Bogue Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway, with an inlet to the Atlantic Ocean between Shackleford Banks and Fort Macon State Park on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Former North Carolina governor John Motley Morehead planned for the city to be a flourishing commercial port and fishing location-his dream has become a reality. With over 200 black-and-white images, this volume showcases the waterfront in its glory during the 20th century. Many of the images are from the collection of local famed photographer and artist Reginald Lewis. His son Reginald Worth Lewis Jr. presents the artistic vision of his father that captured that era.

Personal Name: Lewis, Reginald Worth. Series Statement: Images of America. Geographic Name: Morehead City (. History Pictorial works. Rubrics: Waterfronts North Carolina Morehead City Pictorial works Fishing.

Morehead City on the Waterfront (NC) (Images. by J. Reginald Worth Lewis. The Morehead City Waterfront in Eastern North Carolina rests on Bogue Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway, with an inlet to the Atlantic Ocean between Shackleford Banks and Fort Macon State.

In addition to the restaurants, shopping and boardwalks, vacationers will find ample avenues for having fun on the open water along Morehead City's waterfront. A dive center is located adjacent to the docks, as well as several charter fishing boats and tour services.

Morehead City: Morehead City waterfront. Morehead City: First consignment store in USA for MEN! aMENshop. Morehead City-area historical tornado activity is below North Carolina state average. It is 42% smaller than the overall . Bank of America, National Association: Morehead City Branch at 4913 Arendell Street, branch established on 1996/07/19. 8 mil, headquarters in Charlotte, NC, positive income, 5782 total offices, Holding Company: Bank Of America Corporation. PNC Bank, National Association: Arendell Branch at 2300 Arendell Street, branch established on 1996/12/02.

The Morehead City Waterfront in Eastern North Carolina rests on Bogue Sound and the Intracoastal Waterway, with an inlet to the Atlantic Ocean between Shackleford Banks and Fort Macon State Park on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Former North Carolina governor John Motley Morehead planned for the city to be a flourishing commercial port and fishing location-his dream has become a reality. The seaside town thrives on the sound and Intracoastal Waterway, offering visitors and locals a charming, dream-like place to savor a slower pace of life with the richness of the sea air. Visitors flock to the area to enjoy deep-sea fishing in the Gulf Stream, scuba diving to the many wreck sites just off the coast, dining at restaurants that offer famous shore dinners, shopping the many gift stores and art galleries on the waterfront, or just relaxing while watching the boats sail up and down the sound. Morehead City on the Waterfront explores those nostalgic memories of days gone by and the town's unique location on the water.