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Carteret County Public School System - Member Schools - Elementary Schools
... Bogue Sound Elementary School (Newport) Harkers Island Elementary School (Harkers Island) Morehead City Elementary School at Camp Glenn (Morehead City) Morehead City Primary School (Morehead City ...
Michael J. Smith Field
... (2 km) north of the central business district of Beaufort and northeast of Morehead City, in Carteret County, North Carolina, United States ... It is owned by the Beaufort-Morehead City Airport Authority ... It was formerly known as Beaufort-Morehead City Airport ...
Emeline Piggott - Biography
... She finally worked her way back down to the coast and her home near Morehead City ... and in her later years organized a chapter in Morehead City ... shore of Calico Creek just off of what is now 20th Street and Emeline Place in Morehead City ...
North Carolina Railroad - History
... in 1854, the railroad's first president, businessman John Motley Morehead, dubbed the rail line "the tree of life" for the state ... (154 km) of rail between Goldsboro and Shepard's Point, now Morehead City ... in 1866, but it would take until 1989 to complete the merger and consolidate the railroads from Morehead City to Charlotte ...
USS Saginaw (LST-1188) - History
... On 23 February, she embarked marines at Morehead City, North Carolina, and sailed for the Mediterranean ... She left the 6th Fleet in early August, and returned to Morehead City on 21 August ... On 10 May 1974, she embarked Marines at Morehead City, then got underway for Rota, Spain ...

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