North Carolina Rivers: Facts, Legends, and Lore
History Press, 2007 - 156 pages
John Hairr crafts a captivating study of the Tarheel State's rivers. The Cape Fear, the New, the Pee Dee: these are the streams that course through North Carolina's history, and Hairr navigates them all, while also exploring lesser-known waters. The only natural history to trace all of the state's rivers in a single volume, this is a must-read.
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This book is really a reference book, meant to be dipped into. Still, in a moment of homesickness I decided to read it through. The book is arranged by river basin, so you can explore a region. It's ... Read full review