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Legends of Old Wilmington & Cape Fear
Legends of Old Wilmington & Cape Fear
Situated on the banks of the Cape Fear River, Wilmington is awash in unusual tales and legends. A prevalent pirate hideaway, the area harbored the infamous Blackbeard and the cunning Calico Jack Rackham. Since its initial settlement, the region has witnessed an abundance of fantastical lore, including passionately fought duels, explosive train wrecks, Revolutionary and Civil War heroes and some legends that are said to take the form of apparitions. At the local Cape Fear Wine & Beer pub, the ghost of a fallen redcoat can't seem to get enough of a frothy porter brewed from yeast salvaged from an early nineteenth-century shipwreck. Wonder at these and other fascinating and strange tales as local author John Hirchak reveals the legendary history of Wilmington and Cape Fear.

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Ghosts of Wilmington (Haunted America)
Ghosts of Wilmington (Haunted America)
Rising from the banks of the Cape Fear River like a spectral stage, Wilmington, North Carolina, remains one of America’s most haunted cities. Its beautiful homes and tidal waterways belie a history of violence. Wilmington is a true theatre of horror, the cast of which includes runaway slaves, children lost at sea, murderous lovers and fallen women of the night who linger in Paradise Alley. Wilmington’s ghosts make the Cape Fear region worthy of its name. Author John Hirchak calls upon years of experience as the owner and guide of the “Ghost Walk of Old Wilmington” to lead his readers on a journey down back alleys and docksides, stopping at various points along the way to listen to the lingering whispers of generations long dead. A wonderful mix of humor and horror, Ghosts of Old Wilmington will delight any reader with an interest in Wilmington’s unsavory past.

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Wilmington (NC) (Then & Now)
Wilmington (NC) (Then & Now)
Since 1739, Wilmington has seen centuries of change along the banks of the Cape Fear River to the beaches of the Atlantic. Through the years much has been lost to war, neglect, and progress, but in many places the past is well preserved and still visible today. The city's enduring spirit is evident in these images of past and present.

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Greater Than a Tourist – Wilmington, NC: 50 Travel Tips from a Local (Great Than a Tourist)
Greater Than a Tourist – Wilmington, NC: 50 Travel Tips from a Local (Great Than a Tourist)
Do you want to try something new while traveling? Do you want some guidance from locals? Do you want to travel with the advice from a local? If you answered yes to any of these questions then Greater than a Tourist Books are for you. Greater Than a Tourist – Wilmington, NC by Kevin Latshaw offers the inside scoop on Wilmington. Most travel books tell you how to travel like a tourist. Although there's nothing wrong with that this book will give you bucket list items to complete, places to stay and eat on a budget or a splurge, what to do if you are in the location for the hour or the day and much more. In these pages you'll discover local advice that will help you throughout your stay. Greater than a tourist is a series of travel books written by locals. Tips from locals to tourists. Travel like a local. Get the inside scope. Slow down, stay in one place, take your time, and get to know the people and the culture of a place. Try some things off the beaten path with guidance. Patronize local business and vendors when you travel. Be willing to try something new. By the time you finish this book, you will be excited to travel to your next destination. So grab YOUR copy today. You'll be glad you did.

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Maritime Wilmington (Images of America)
Maritime Wilmington (Images of America)
Incorporated in 1739 on the east bank of the Cape Fear River, Wilmington lies 28 nautical miles from the Atlantic Ocean. The city grew to become the largest in the state before the Civil War, and it remained so until the second decade of the 20th century. In 1840, Wilmington became the terminus of the state’s first railroad, and the port grew dramatically. From the Civil War until World War I, naval stores, cotton, and fertilizer were the major reasons for ships to call from all over the world. Since 1789, a US Coast Guard cutter has been docked in Wilmington on the government wharf in front of the US Custom House. People began to look to the river as a place of recreation after the US Battleship North Carolina found a permanent berth on the west side of the river in 1961. What was once a busy harbor is now a scenic draw for tourists and locals who enjoy visiting the old city.

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27 Views of Wilmington: The Port City in Prose & Poetry
27 Views of Wilmington: The Port City in Prose & Poetry
27 Views of Wilmington: The Port City in Prose & Poetry is the latest in Eno's popular series of local anthologies. The book showcases the literary life of one of North Carolina's most popular cities by featuring the works of more than two dozen hometown writers. The result is a mosaic of perspectives about life in the Port City in a variety of genres--journalism, history, fiction, poetry, and more. To date, contributors include Wiley Cash, Nan Graham, Jason Mott, Gwenyfar Rohler, Melodie Homer, Kevin Mauer, Virginia Holman, Dana Sachs, Rhonda Bellamy, Susan T. Block, Hannah Dela Cruz Abrams, Emily Smith, John Jeremiah Sullivan, Bertha Boykin Todd, Philip Gerard, and more.

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The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s
The Wilmington Ten: Violence, Injustice, and the Rise of Black Politics in the 1970s
In February 1971, racial tension surrounding school desegregation in Wilmington, North Carolina, culminated in four days of violence and skirmishes between white vigilantes and black residents. The turmoil resulted in two deaths, six injuries, more than $500,000 in damage, and the firebombing of a white-owned store, before the National Guard restored uneasy peace. Despite glaring irregularities in the subsequent trial, ten young persons were convicted of arson and conspiracy and then sentenced to a total of 282 years in prison. They became known internationally as the Wilmington Ten. A powerful movement arose within North Carolina and beyond to demand their freedom, and after several witnesses admitted to perjury, a federal appeals court, also citing prosecutorial misconduct, overturned the convictions in 1980. Kenneth Janken narrates the dramatic story of the Ten, connecting their story to a larger arc of Black Power and the transformation of post-Civil Rights era political organizing. Grounded in extensive interviews, newly declassified government documents, and archival research, this book thoroughly examines the 1971 events and the subsequent movement for justice that strongly influenced the wider African American freedom struggle.

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Historic Photos of Wilmington
Historic Photos of Wilmington
For a century after its incorporation in 1740, Wilmington, North Carolina remained a sleepy port city. Then, the coming of steam-power, especially railroad and steamship, enabled a steady growth. War, whether the Civil War with its blockade-runners or the shipbuilding born of the world conflicts of the 1900s, brought more growth. With that expansion came, of course, growing pains. The story of Wilmington, North Carolina is a story of rivers, sounds, and sea, and of a city that grew near the places where those waters mingled. It is the story of a port that became the “Lifeline of the Confederacy” as well as the lifeline of a state. And in this case, it is the story of over a hundred years of history (1860s to 1970s) told through almost two hundred photographs—the captured essences of people and events now lost.

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Seaboard to Sideboard
Seaboard to Sideboard
This fabulous cookbook captures the timeless tastes and traditions of Wilmington and the Cape Fear area. Mouthwatering recipes, breathtaking photographs, and historical tidbits grace the pages of this local keepsake. The official cookbook of the North Carolina Azalea Festival. A 1999 South Regional Winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook Award.

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