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Alvah Ward, Jr. Papers


Oregon Inlet is a dynamic body of water that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pamlico Sound, flowing between the northern Outer Banks and Hatteras Island. After Alvah Ward, Sr. mounted a ten-year, grassroots effort to have Oregon Inlet deepened, Congress finally authorized the Manteo-Shallowbag Bay navigation project. After Alvah, Sr.'s death, the Dare County Board of Commissioners asked Alvah Ward, Jr. to continue to pursue the Oregon Inlet deepening project. With the utilization of larger, more efficient vessels, navigation of a constantly shoaled Oregon Inlet began to curtail further industry expansion, and with continuing loss of life and property, vessel owners began to shun North C ... (more below)

Title

Alvah Ward, Jr. Papers

Collection Number

PC.5083

Date(s)

1947-1981

Box 1Box 2Box 3Box 4Box 5
Language

English

Physical Description
Cubic feet
6.32
Abstract

Oregon Inlet is a dynamic body of water that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pamlico Sound, flowing between the northern Outer Banks and Hatteras Island. After Alvah Ward, Sr. mounted a ten-year, grassroots effort to have Oregon Inlet deepened, Congress finally authorized the Manteo-Shallowbag Bay navigation project. After Alvah, Sr.'s death, the Dare County Board of Commissioners asked Alvah Ward, Jr. to continue to pursue the Oregon Inlet deepening project. With the utilization of larger, more efficient vessels, navigation of a constantly shoaled Oregon Inlet began to curtail further industry expansion, and with continuing loss of life and property, vessel owners began to shun North Carolina ports altogether. At the request of industry and county government, Alvah, Jr. agreed to address the justification for the permanent stabilization of Oregon Inlet with a jetty system. Opposition by organized environmental groups throughout the nation emerged, led by the Department of the Interior who saw the loss of land required for anchoring the north jetty as a threat to their national mandates. Proper justification was presented again and again and finally Congressional approval for construction was granted in 1970.

The Alvah Ward, Jr. Papers consist of maps, newspaper clippings, magazines, correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, briefs, and reports on Oregon Inlet, Wanchese Harbor, Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park, Manteo-Shallowbag Bay, the North Carolina Fisheries Association, and Federal Bureau of Commercial Fisheries.

Physical Location

Manuscript Boxes: 3E4-3E6

Maps: MAP-32

Creator

Ward, Alvah, Jr.

Repository

Outer Banks History Center


Available for research.


Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.


Processed by Brian Edwards, 1997 and Kelly Grimm October, 2009

Encoded by Kelly R. Grimm, November, 2009


Oregon Inlet is a dynamic body of water that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Pamlico Sound, flowing between the northern Outer Banks and Hatteras Island. It was created during a hurricane in 1846 and is named for the first vessel to pass through the inlet, the side-wheel steamer  Oregon. As the northern-most inlet in North Carolina, Oregon Inlet is an important waterway for charter fishing boats, commercial fishing vessels and recreational boaters.

Since its creation, Oregon Inlet has migrated at least two miles to the south, and changed in shape and appearance. A terminal groin was constructed in 1990 to stop the migration of the southern portion of the inlet and to secure the southern terminus of the Bonner Bridge. The inlet's channel, which continually shoals with the ever-moving sand created by the outflow, is maintained by a dredge.

The initial efforts to provide access from Pamlico Sound and adjacent waterways to the sea through Oregon Inlet, began during World War II by Alvah Haff Ward, Sr. (1894-1952). Alvah, Sr. owned and operated the only ice manufacturing facility in the area so commercial fishing was important to his business, the Outer Banks and the entire coastal area of North Carolina.

In the early 1900s, large quantities of fish were being caught within a relatively short distance from North Carolina's shoreline by commercial fishing fleets from Virginia to Canada and later from foreign fleets that included Russia and Japan. North Carolina's fleet was mostly shrimp trawlers from the southeastern coast, that were forced to navigate Hatteras and Drum Inlets, around Cape Lookout, Cape Hatteras, and the treacherous Diamond Shoals. In addition, the traditional fishery was on a rapid decline and so was the economy of Dare County.

After Alvah, Sr. mounted what became a ten-year, coastal-wide grassroots effort to have Oregon Inlet deepened, Congress finally authorized the Manteo-Shallowbag Bay Navigation Project. It provided for a deepened channel 14 feet across the bar, with a channel 12 feet deep from the bar to deep water in Pamlico Sound and to Manteo Harbor with a side channel to Wanchese Harbor.

Alvah H. Ward, Jr. (1929- ), was born in Wanchese, N.C., to Alvah Ward, Sr. and Tracie Cahoon Ward. He graduated from the Citadal in 1951 and was commissioned into the Regular Army. In 1954, following his father's death, Alvah, Jr. resigned his commission and returned to Manteo to manage family interests. The Dare County Board of Commissioners asked Alvah Jr. to continue to pursue the Oregon Inlet deepening project. After considerable effort, which included briefs written by Alvah Jr. and Ben Dixon MacNeill, and through the efforts of the Dare County Board of Commissioners, Congressman Herbert C. Bonner, and later, Walter B. Jones, Sr., the actual construction and deepening was finished in 1958.

Almost immediately after the deepening of Oregon Inlet, Wanchese and fishing interests throughout eastern North Carolina began to expand operations. A new series of fishing vessels entered the offshore fishery. At first, these were converted World War II vessels, fire boats and transports. Later, new and larger wooden vessels were acquired. In recent years these have been replaced by modern steel vessels. As a result, fishery landings greatly increased and Wanchese emerged as a leading fishing port. With the advent of the long swordfish fishery, Wanchese and eastern North Carolina also emerged as a national leader in overall seafood production.

With the utilization of larger, more efficient vessels, navigation of a constantly shoaled Oregon Inlet began to curtail further industry expansion, and with continuing loss of life and property, vessel oweners began to shun North Carolina ports altogether. At the request of industry and county government, Alvah, Jr. agreed to address the justification for the permanent stabilization of Oregon Inlet with a jetty system. Proper justification was presented on several occasions and finally Congressional approval for construction was granted in 1970.

Almost immediately, opposition by organized environmental groups throughout the nation emerged, led by the Department of the Interior who saw the loss of land required for anchoring the north jetty as a threat to their national mandates. The project was also caught in political manuvering, with environmental interests trading their financial support for Senator John Edwards, in return for his elimination of congressional funding approval.

Alvah Jr. joined the North Carolina Department of Commerce in 1969 as a Marine Industries Consultant to the General Development Staff in Raleigh. One of the Congressional requirements for the authorization of jetties at Oregon Inlet was the establishment of a harbor of refuge and provision center to accommodate the expected increase as a result of the project. Dare County requested the state to assume this responsibility. Under the auspices of the Department of Commerce, the State Ports Authority agreed to provided the engineering and construction planning. Alvah Jr. submitted the concept of a seafood industrial park to the Coastal Plains Regional Commission (CPRC), headed by Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter. The park was patterned after Southern Railway's Arrowwood Park near Charlotte and was similar to a harbor for shrimp boats near Brownsville, Texas. The CPRC liked the concept and agreed to finance initial construction. Each North Carolina governor, beginning in 1973 with Governor James Holshouser, approved funding through EDA and other goverenmental sources.

Alvah Jr. conducted marketing plans for the facility and engaged seafood and marine related interests nationwide, who were committed to locating, receiving, processing, and marketing facilities within the park after completion. The Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park was completed on schedule, and under budget, without a large outlay of state funds. All plans were based on the concept of offloading ocean-going vessels of considerable tonnage at Wanchese.

With the delay in the permanent stablization of Orgeon Inlet, interest began to wane and one-by-one national companies withdrew their commitments to locate facilities within the park. After it was clear that Orgeon Inlet would not be stabilized, the state amended the mission of the facility to include all marine interests.

With the rapid growth of recreational fishing and boating, the park is now a mecca for small boat construction and repair, and now meets its financing goals. Wanchese remains a very active port for small commercial fishing and recreational fishing craft, where several hundred people are employed.


[Identification of item], PC.5083, Alvah H. Ward, Jr. Papers, Outer Banks History Center, Manteo, N.C., U.S.A.


Donated by Alvah H. Ward, Jr. in 1997.


PC.5096 Edith Gaskill Scrapbooks

PC.5279 Oregon Inlet Project Scrapbook


The Alvah Ward, Jr. Papers consist of 5 boxes of materials on Oregon Inlet, Wanchese Harbor, the Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park, Manteo-Shallowbag Bay, Federal Bureau of Commerical Fisheries, as well as the North Carolina Commercial Fisheries Association. There is also information on the Dare County Tourist Bureau and the Pirates Jamboree. It consists of photographs, maps, correspondence, newspaper clippings, magazines, pamphlets, briefs, and reports that were compiled by Alvah H. Ward, Jr. The first three boxes of this collection were processed by Brian Edwards shortly after being donated in 1997. In 2009, the remaining two boxes of materials were processed by project archivist, Kelly Grimm.


  • Ward, Alvah Haff, 1929-
  • Dare County Oregon Inlet and Waterways Commission
  • United States. Army. Corps of Engineers
  • Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park (Wanchese, N.C.)
  • Dredging
  • Fisheries--North Carolina
  • Jetties
  • Trawls and trawling--North Carolina
  • Oregon Inlet (N.C.)
  • Wanchese (N.C.)

4714  
Oregon Inlet and Related Channels

Folder: 1:4.1  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1948-1955</unitdate>
1948-1955
Folder: 1:4.2  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1955-1965</unitdate>
1955-1965

4717  
Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 1:4.3  
Misc.
1947-1951
4719  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1948</unitdate>
1948
Folder: 1:4.4  
1 of 2
Folder: 1:4.5  
2 of 2
Folder: 1:4.6  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1949</unitdate>
1949
Folder: 1:4.7  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1950</unitdate>
1950

Folder: 1:4.8  
"Torpedo Junction,"
1951

4725  
Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 1:4.9  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1951</unitdate>
1951
Folder: 1:4.10  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1952</unitdate>
1952

Folder: 1:4.11  
<emph render="italic">State</emph> Magazine
July 18, 1953

4729  
Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 1:4.12  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1954</unitdate>
1954
Folder: 1:4.13  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1955</unitdate>
1955
Folder: 1:4.14  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1956</unitdate>
1956
Folder: 1:4.15  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1957</unitdate>
1957

Item: 1:4.16  
<emph render="italic">An Economic Justification for the Modification of Core Sound Channel: From Pamlico to Beaufort Harbor, A Re-Study of Existing Auxiliary Projects, and Consideration of New Auxiliary Projects Along the Length of Core Sound</emph> presented to the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army in Public Hearing at Davis, North Carolina
December 15, 1958

4735  
Oregon Inlet Project

4736  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1959</unitdate>
1959
Folder: 1:4.17  
1 of 2
Folder: 1:4.18  
2 of 2
Folder: 1:4.19  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1960</unitdate>
1960
Folder: 1:4.20  
Market Reports and Allied Publications
1960
Folder: 1:4.21  
Market Reports
1961
Folder: 1:4.22  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1962</unitdate>
1962
Folder: 1:4.23  
Market Reports and Other Publications
1962
Folder: 1:4.24  
Market Reports
1963
Folder: 1:4.25  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1963</unitdate>
1963
Folder: 1:4.26  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1964</unitdate>
1964
Folder: 1:4.27  
Market Reports
1964

Item: 1:4.28  
<emph render="italic">North Carolina Water Resource Planning: A Report by the North Carolina Department of Water Resources</emph>
July 1964

4749  
Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 2:4.29  
Dare County Waterways Improvement Committee
1964
Folder: 2:4.30  
Deposition of Dare County Commissioners
March 5, 1965
Folder: 2:4.31  
Invoices Rendered
1965
Folder: 2:4.32  
Public Hearing Correspondence
1965
Folder: 2:4.33  
Market Reports
1965

Folder: 2:4.34  
Deep-Draft Channel Through an Appropriate Inlet
1965

Folder: 2:4.35  
Deep Water Channel (Lee's Creek) Through an Appropriate Inlet
1965

4757  
Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 2:4.36  
Reference, Dare County Waterways Improvement Committee
1965
Folder: 2:4.37  
Public Hearing, Col. G. W. Gillette
March 1965
Folder: 2:4.38  
Reference Material for Completed Brief
1965
Folder: 2:4.39  
Late Brief Material to be Forwarded to the U. S. Corps of Engineers
1965
Folder: 2:4.40  
Public Hearing, Trawler Information
1965
4763  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1965</unitdate>
1965
Folder: 2:4.41  
1 of 2
Folder: 2:4.42  
2 of 2
1965
Folder: 2:4.43  
Wanchese Harbor Development
1966
Folder: 2:4.44  
Hampton Market Reports
1966
Folder: 2:4.45  
New York Market Reports
November 1966
4769  
Boston Market Reports
Folder: 2:4.46  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">January-February 1966</unitdate>
January-February 1966
Folder: 2:4.47  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">October-November 1966</unitdate>
October-November 1966
Folder: 2:4.48  
Monthly Reports
1966
Folder: 2:4.49  
Vessel Verification
1966
Folder: 2:4.50  
Misc. Reference Materials
1966
Folder: 2:4.51  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1966</unitdate>
1966
Folder: 2:4.52  
Wanchese Harbor Development
1967
Folder: 2:4.53  
Hampton Market Reports
1967
Folder: 2:4.54  
Boston Market Reports
1967
Folder: 2:4.55  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1967</unitdate>
1967
Folder: 2:4.56  
Reference Materials
1967
Folder: 2:4.57  
Fishery Market News Reports
1968
Folder: 2:4.58  
Reference Material File
1968
Folder: 2:4.59  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1968</unitdate>
1968
Folder: 2:4.60  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1969</unitdate>
1969
Folder: 2:4.61  
1970
1970
Folder: 2:4.62  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1971</unitdate>
1971
Folder: 2:4.63  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1972</unitdate>
1972
Folder: 2:4.64  
Environmental Meetings
1975
Folder: 2:4.65  
SE and E Assessment

Folder: 2:5.1  
General Information

Folder: 2:5.2  
Correspondence
1958

Folder: 3:5.3  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1965</unitdate>
1965

Folder: 3:5.4  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1966</unitdate>
1966

Folder: 3:5.5  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1967</unitdate>
1967

Folder: 3:6.1  
Manteo Harbor Improvements and Modified Channel to Albemarle Sound
1965

4798  
Wanchese Harbor Development

Folder: 3:6.2  
Oregon Inlet Project, Justification and Support
Folder: 3:6.3  
Wanchese Harbor Project, Citizen's Advisory Council
Folder: 3:6.4  
Environmental Statement Draft
1976
Folder: 3:6.5  
Sea Grant Proposals: Wanchese Development: A Study of Local Level Socioeconomic Development
1978
4803  
Wanchese Harbor Project
Folder: 3:6.6  
Marine Craft Training
Folder: 3:6.7  
Brownsville Navigation District, Port of Brownsville, Texas
Folder: 3:6.8  
Engineering and Architectural Service
Folder: 3:6.9  
Construction Plans and Building Specifications, Phase I
Folder: 3:6.10  
Access Road Property and Construction
Folder: 3:6.11  
Aerial Photo of Dredging
Folder: 3:6.12  
Wanchese Harbor Project, Architectural and Engineering Design Company Selection Process
Folder: 3:6.13  
Oregon Inlet Project, Water Resources Congress
4812  
Wanchese Harbor Project, General Development
Folder: 3:6.14  
1 of 2
Folder: 3:6.15  
2 of 2
Folder: 3:6.16  
1 of 2
1976
Folder: 3:6.17  
2 of 2
1976
Folder: 3:6.18  
1 of 2
1977
Folder: 3:6.19  
2 of 2
1977
Folder: 3:6.20  
Oregon Inlet Project, Area and Port Maps and Plans
Folder: 3:6.21  
Wanchese Harbor Project: SPA Master Plans
4821  
Economic Development Administration
Folder: 3:6.22  
1 of 2
Folder: 3:6.23  
2 of 2
Folder: 3:6.24  
General Design Memorandum, Phase I
Folder: 3:6.25  
Summary of OCE, BERH, and SAD Comments on Manteo, Phase I
Folder: 3:6.26  
Oregon Inlet Project: Site Procurement and Spoil
Folder: 3:6.27  
<emph render="italic">The State</emph> Magazine
October 15, 1965
Folder: 3:6.28  
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Development
4829  
Wanchese Harbor Project
Folder: 3:6.29  
General Development, 1 of 2
1980
Folder: 3:6.30  
General Development, 2 of 2
1980
Folder: 3:6.31  
Manteo Shallowbag Bay Project, Post-Authorization and Funding
Folder: 4:6.32  
Supporting Data and Briefs
Folder: 4:6.33  
Wanchese Harbor
4835  
Wanchese Harbor Project
Folder: 4:6.34  
Draft, <emph render="italic">General Environmental Report on the Seafood Industrial Parks Program by the Coastal Plains Regional Commission</emph>
1975
Folder: 4:6.35  
Title IX
1975
Folder: 4:6.36  
Wanchese Harbor Development Marine Science Council: Coastal and Marine Affairs
1975
Folder: 4:6.37  
Wanchese Harbor Project: Pre-Application Conference, Atlanta, Georgia
1976
Folder: 4:6.38  
Wanchese Harbor, CPRC-MRAC Inspection
1975
Folder: 4:6.39  
Wanchese Harbor Application
1976
Folder: 4:6.40  
Wanchese Backup Information
Folder: 4:6.41  
Wanchese Harbor Presentation
1976
Folder: 4:6.42  
Coastal Plains Regional Commission, State Clearinghouse No. 76-0578
Folder: 4:6.43  
Project Status Report
1977
Folder: 4:6.44  
Wanchese Harbor Project: Engineering Companies
Folder: 4:6.45  
Wanchese Harbor Seafood Industrial Park Design Qualifications, Lockwood-Greene Architects
Folder: 4:6.46  
Reference Projects, Norgaard
1979
Folder: 4:6.47  
Preliminary Engineering Report
1979
Folder: 4:6.48  
Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park: Client Activity
1980
4851  
Weekly Reports: Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park
Folder: 4:6.49  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">October 1980-February 1981</unitdate>
October 1980-February 1981
Folder: 4:6.50  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">March 1981-April 1981</unitdate>
March 1981-April 1981
4854  
Wanchese Harbor Project
Folder: 4:6.51  
Project Description
1981
Folder: 4:6.52  
Industrial Prospect Handling Administrative Procedures
Folder: 4:6.53  
Seafood Industrial Park Authority Legislation
1978-1979
Folder: 4:6.54  
Henry von Oesen and Associates, Water and Wastewater
Folder: 4:6.55  
Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park Information Booklets
Folder: 4:6.56  
Wanchese Seafood Harbor: Reference File, Potential Clients
4861  
Wanchese Harbor and Oregon Inlet Stablization
Folder: 4:6.57  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">July-September 1981</unitdate>
July-September 1981
Folder: 4:6.58  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">October-December 1981</unitdate>
October-December 1981
Folder: 4:6.59  
Wanchese Seafood Industrial Park Guidelines and Lease Agreements

Folder: 4:7.1  
Dare County Board of Commissioners Public Hearing: <emph render="italic">Manteo (Shallowbag Bay) and Channel to Oregon Inlet and Channel to Wanchese, North Carolina, </emph>
March 12, 1965

4867  
USCE Justification

4868  
Frank Snipes
Folder: 4:7.2  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1975</unitdate>
1975
Folder: 4:7.3  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1976</unitdate>
1976
Folder: 4:7.4  
Photographs, 400 Bushel Clam Catch
1976

4872  
Manteo Shallowbag Bay/Wanchese Harbor Project General Development

Folder: 4:7.5  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1975-1980</unitdate>
1975-1980
Folder: 5:7.6  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">January-April 1981</unitdate>
January-April 1981
Folder: 5:7.7  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">May-June 1981</unitdate>
May-June 1981

Folder: 5:8.1  
Coastal Plains Regional Commission: Seafood Industrial Park
1976

Folder: 5:8.2  
Seafood Industries Development Management by Objectives
1974-1976

Folder: 5:8.3  
State-Federal Management Fisheries Program
1973

Folder: 5:8.4  
Lockwood-Greene, Inc. Architects and Engineers

Folder: 5:8.5  
Seafood and Sunshine Caravan
1969

Folder: 5:8.6  
Tar Heel Tour to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1967

Folder: 5:8.7  
Seafood Ad-Hoc Committee: Coastal Plains Regional Commission
1974

Folder: 5:8.8  
Albemarle Area Development Association, ARPDC, The Oregon Inlet Project

Folder: 5:8.9  
Application for the Establishment of a Fisheries and Marine Division for Mid-East Economic Development Commission and Neuse River Economic Development Commission
1969

Folder: 5:8.10  
Fishery Conservation Management Act Fact Sheet: U. S. Department of Commerce, NOAA
1976

Folder: 5:10.1  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1973-1977</unitdate>
1973-1977

Folder: 5:10.2  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1978-1979</unitdate>
1978-1979

4891  
Wanchese Harbor Project: Processed Inquiries

Folder: 5:10.3  
Industrial Prospects
Folder: 5:10.4  
Misc. Organizations

4895  
Press Clippings, Manteo Shallowbag Bay/Wanchese Harbor Project

Folder: 5:11.1  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1974-1976</unitdate>
1974-1976
Folder: 5:11.2  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1978</unitdate>
1978
Folder: 5:11.3  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1979</unitdate>
1979
Folder: 5:11.4  
<unitdate type="inclusive" calendar="gregorian" era="ce">1980</unitdate>
1980

4900  
Newspaper Clippings

Folder: 5:11.5  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic"></title>The Sentinel, Winston-Salem, North Carolina: "Industry for Wanchese: The Great Leap Forward?"
1977
Folder: 5:11.6  
Division of Fisheries

Folder: 5:12.1  
Marketing Restaurants
1981

4905  
Wanchese Harbor Promotional Materials

Folder: 5:12.2  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">The Fish Boat</title> Magazine
Folder: 5:12.3  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">North Carolina</title> Magazine
Folder: 5:12.4  
Other Magazine

Folder: 5:13.1  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Hearings Before the Sub-Committee on Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries</title>
1961

Folder: 5:13.2  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Carteret County Seafood Processing Project</title>, U. S. Department of Commerce
1968-1969

Folder: 5:13.3  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Facts and Figures: North Carolina, Her Ports and Their Facilities</title>
1973

Folder: 5:13.4  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">National Marine Fisheries Service Processed Products: Processors of Fishery Products in the U. S.</title>
1975

Folder: 5:13.5  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Fishery Statistics of the United States</title>
1941

Folder: 5:13.6  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">North Carolina Commercial Fisheries Newsletter</title>
1965-1966

Folder: 5:13.7  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Wholesale Dealers of Fishery Products in the U. S.</title>
1976

Folder: 5:13.8  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Eastland Resolution Fisheries Survey: North Carolina: Consolidation of Comments and Suggestions by Commercial and Sports Fishing Interest</title>, by Norm Angel, NC Fisheries Association, Inc.
1976

Folder: 5:13.9  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">North Carolina's Seafood Industry, Present Situation</title>, North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources

Folder: 5:13.10  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Analysis of the Economic Impact on Northeastern North Carolina, Resulting from the Development of Wanchese Harbor and the Deepening and Stabilization of Oregon Inlet,</title> by the Division of Commerce and Industry, North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources

Folder: 5:13.11  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">The Port of Wanchese: North Carolina's New Bedford of the South</title>

Folder: 5:13.12  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">The Manteo (Shallowbag) Bay and Wanchese Harbor Development Project: A New Concept in the Development of North Carolina's Seafood Industry</title>

Folder: 5:13.13  
Coastal Plains Regional Commission Annual Report
1979

Folder: 5:13.14  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">New England Fisheries Steering Committee Newsletter</title>
1981

Folder: 5:13.15  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Prospects for Fisheries: Development of Assistance</title> by University of Rhode Island Marine Technical Reprot, Series No. 19

Folder: 5:13.16  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Prices Received by Fisherman: 1973-1974</title>, Department of Commerce, NOAA

Folder: 5:13.17  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">The Market in Western Europe for Dog Fish, Squid, Mussels, Skate, Monkfish, and Whiting</title>, Department of Commerce, NOAA

Folder: 5:13.18  
<title xlink:type="simple" render="italic">Fish and Shellfish Purchased by Domestic Zoos and Aquariums</title>, Survey Sponsored by New England Fisheries Development Program

Folder: 5:14.1  
Wanchese Harbor Project: Photographs, Slides, & Negatives

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Aerial: Wanchese Harbor

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Wanchese Harbor

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Aerial: Shallowbag Bay, Manteo