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  • All fields: Aurora, Beaufort County, North Carolina, United States
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    • Elizabeth R. Bateman Family Bible Records

    • 1811; 1812; 1813; 1814; 1815; 1816; 1817; 1818; 1819; 1820; 1821; 1822; 1823; 1824; 1825; 1826; 1827; 1828; 1829; 1830; 1831; 1832; 1833; 1834; 1835; 1836; 1837; 1838; 1839; 1840; 1841; 1842; 1843; 1844; 1845; 1846; 1847; 1848; 1849; 1850; 1851;...
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    • Sheldon and Caroline Riggs Sawyer Family Bible Records

    • 1822; 1823; 1824; 1825; 1826; 1827; 1828; 1829; 1830; 1831; 1832; 1833; 1834; 1835; 1836; 1837; 1838; 1839; 1840; 1841; 1842; 1843; 1844; 1845; 1846; 1847; 1848; 1849; 1850; 1851; 1852; 1853; 1854; 1855; 1856; 1857; 1858; 1859; 1860; 1861; 1862;...
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    • Beaufort County Cemetery Survey Records

    • 1937
    • Compiled cemetery tombstone records created by the Historical Records Survey of North Carolina.
    • United States. Work Projects Administration; Historical Records Survey of North Carolina;
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • The front of the Aurora Fossil Museum in downtown Aurora, NC
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Sign in the front display window next to the museum entrance
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Exhibits on bone disease and whale ear bones in the display window next to museum's entrance
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Across the street from the museum is the Aurora Fossil Museum Park
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Another photo of the Aurora Fossil Museum Park
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Also across the street from the museum, next to the park, is a big sandbox where children can dig for fossils. The museum salts the sandbox with common fossils for the enjoyment of the children. While visiting the museum, NC ECHO Project Archivist...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • NC ECHO Project Archivist Kim Cumber is overshadowed by the giant megalodon display
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • The white line is the estimated shore line near the town of Aurora in 200 years, and the black line was the shore line 5,000 years ago. The white line originally projected the shore line in 1,000 years, but due to the rising sea levels of recent...
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • A cast of a fossilized whale atlas vertebrae found in Craven County, NC
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • A colorful mural showing whales, sharks, rays, sea lions, and other sea creatures. Below the mural is a hands-on exhibit for children to feel and play with rocks and fossils. Painted by Washington, NC resident Whiting Tole
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • A beautiful mural featuring a shark. Painted by Washington, NC resident Whiting Tole
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Detail of mural painted by Washington, NC resident Whiting Tole. Walrus and whale shown.
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • A three-part mural called "People and the Pamlico," showing life as it was in the Pamlico region 14,000 years ago, 5,000 years ago, and 400 years ago. Painted by Washington, NC resident Whiting Tole
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • The video room in the museum where short films are shown to visitors
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)
    • Aurora Fossil Museum

    • 2001-03-20
    • Part of the video room display showing local geological layers: recent deposits, the Croatan Formation, the Yorktown Formation, and the Pungo River Formation. Note the little buildings at the top
    • North Carolina ECHO (Project)

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