Hatteras Island: Keeper of the Outer Bank By Ray McAllister
On July 23, 2009, Ray McAllister delivered a Banner Lecture entitled “Hatteras Island: Keeper of the Outer Banks.”
The Outer Banks have enticed Virginians with the lure of sun, sky, and sea for generations. Despite this idyllic appeal, these once-isolated barrier islands have also witnessed a turbulent past. Pirates, hurricanes, shipwrecks, and U-boats all make their appearance in the varied story of the Outer Banks.
Ray McAllister, an award-winning former Richmond Times-Dispatch columnist, has become the established chronicler of coastal North Carolina with his latest volume on Hatteras, which follows earlier books on Wrightsville Beach and Topsail Island. (Introduction by Paul A. Levengood)
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