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USLSS in NC: Aware and watchful

By Jen Carlson On September 21, 1883, the crew from the Kitty Hawk Life-Saving Station discovered a schooner ...

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USLSS in NC: A moment’s notice

By Jen Carlson In the morning of March 3, 1883, a small shad-boat named the Allie capsized due ...

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USLSS in NC: A flexible manner

By Jen Carlson About 1 in the morning of January 9, 1883, the schooner Thomas J. Martin stranded ...

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USLSS in NC: Practice makes perfect

By Jen Carlson On February 5, 1882, the schooner Mary L. Vankirk found herself in storm and ended ...

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USLSS in NC: A resilient mindset

By Jen Carlson On October 5, 1881, a second schooner was driven to the shore by the weather ...

PATIENT

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USLSS in NC: A patient soul

By Jen Carlson On October 5, 1881, the same storm that caused the Thomas J. Lancaster to wreck ...

On the Water

USLSS in NC: The indomitable spirit

By Jen Carlson In the early morning hours of October 4, 1881, the schooner Thomas J. Lancaster was ...

NAME

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USLSS in NC: What’s in a name?

By Jen Carlson The history of the life-saving station known today as Oregon Inlet has a unique beginning. ...

Metropolis

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USLSS in NC: A noble community

By Jen Carlson On January 31, 1878, the wooden steamer, Metropolis, ran aground about 4 ½ miles south ...

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USLSS in NC: Unwavering Courage

By Jen Carlson In the wee hours of November 24, 1877, the steamer Huron stranded itself about two ...

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