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Down along the Haw : the history of a North Carolina river

Author: Anne Melyn Cassebaum
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, ©2011.
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"North Carolina's Haw River has a rich geographic, ecological and cultural history, tracked here from its source to its confluence with the Atlantic Ocean. From grinding mills to algae science, this popular history features interviews with mill owners and workers, archaeologists, environmentalists, farmers, water treatment managers and many others whose lives have been connected to the waterway"--Provided by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Melyn Cassebaum
ISBN: 9780786459483 0786459484
OCLC Number: 659753664
Description: vii, 229 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: From seep to swamp-Forsyth, Guilford counties --
Streaming, swamping Haw-Guilford, Rockingham counties --
Cotton Mill River-Alamance County --
Water power and Whitewater-Chatham County --
Jordan Lake-Chatham County --
Coastal river to the sea-Chatham, Lee, Harnett, Cumberland, Bladen, Columbus, Brunswick, Pender and New Hanover counties --
Appendix : citizen organizations working for the health of the Haw.
Responsibility: Anne Melyn Cassebaum.

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"North Carolina's Haw River has a rich geographic, ecological and cultural history, tracked here from its source to its confluence with the Atlantic Ocean. From grinding mills to algae science, this popular history features interviews with mill owners and workers, archaeologists, environmentalists, farmers, water treatment managers and many others whose lives have been connected to the waterway"--Provided by publisher.

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