Down Along the Haw: The History of a North Carolina River by Anne Melyn Cassebaum

By Anne Melyn Cassebaum

North Carolina’s Haw River has a wealthy geographic, ecological and cultural historical past, tracked right here from its resource to its confluence with the Atlantic Ocean. From grinding turbines to algae technology, this renowned historical past gains interviews with mill vendors and employees, archaeologists, environmentalists, farmers, water remedy managers and so on whose lives were attached to this river. also, it explores existence at the river’s banks and people’ position in its wealthy ecology.

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