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N.C. History Series: N.C.’s Coast – “The Graveyard of the Atlantic” – Available Nov. 10 – 24

90 minute class, available Oct. 12 – 27
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Price: $28; GAA members pay only $18

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War, piracy and weather have made North Carolina’s coastline a vast cemetery. Sources estimate more than 1,000 ships have gone down along our coast since record keeping began in 1526. From Spanish galleons to the USS Monitor to Nazi German U-boats, we’ll tell the stories of ships and crews that found this stretch of water one of the most treacherous.

The “N.C.’s Coast – The Graveyard of the Atlantic” class is a video featuring Freddie Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT). Registrants will receive a link to view class that allows access for two weeks. Registrants will also have the chance to connect with Freddie via live video chat (tentatively Dec. 10). Freddie misses the opportunity to meet with you in person but is delightful to connect with you and answer your questions virtually.

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