N.C. History Series: “The Graveyard of the Atlantic,” Available July 20 – Aug. 31

Price: $28; $18 for GAA members
Wherever you are
90 minute class, available July 20 – Aug. 31

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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 U.S.S. 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.

This class is a pre-recorded video featuring Freddie Kiger ’74 (’77 MAT). Sign up, and receive a link to view the class that allows access through Aug. 31.

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