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    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • An exhibit in the heritage center documenting African-Americans in Bertie County
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • A closer view of the exhibit Celebrating the African American Family in Bertie County From Slavery to Freedom
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • Photographs, manuscripts and books representing the library of the home's designer and first owner, Governor David Stone
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • Front view of the King / Bazemore House as seen from Hope house
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • View of the masonry and one of the "t" chimneys of the King / Bazemore House. The majority of the bricks and the windows are original to the house
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • Front view of Hope Plantation. Visitors must come around the house, as the front of both Hope house and the King/Bazemore house face in the direction of the old Halifax road
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • Archaeological dig at a possible slave quarters site. This is evidence of ongoing efforts to tell the complete story of Hope Plantation
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Historic Hope Plantation

    • 2002-04-04
    • List of slaves from the estate listing of David Stone, 1819.
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Roanoke-Cashie River Center

    • 2002-04-04
    • Diorama in the entrance of the center depicting river bottom flora and fauna, co-sponsored by the Partnership for the Sounds and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Commission
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Roanoke-Cashie River Center

    • 2002-04-04
    • An exhibit depicting floods and the damage caused by floods, a significant topic following the flooding caused by Hurricane Floyd
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Roanoke-Cashie River Center

    • 2002-04-04
    • Administrative Coordinator Gary Gardner shows NC ECHO Archivist Kim Cumber the center's exhibit hall. The hanging sculpture depicts the flow of the river
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Roanoke-Cashie River Center

    • 2002-04-04
    • The opening exhibit panel explaining more about the Roanoke-Cashie Watershed
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)

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