Join Travis Morris as he examines rural life in untouched Currituck country. Morris compiles interviews with various lifetime residents of Currituck, and their memories of the area before it became the developed retreat it is today. Residents discuss their lives on farms, visiting the general stores, working at the saw mills and the establishing of Nag's Head Casino.She would dry apples on the upstairs porch. The house had ... She would make the best applejacks, similar to fried apple pies. ... A stick was sharpened a little on each end and run through the hoga#39;s heel strings, and the hog hung on the pole.
|Title||:||Currituck As It Used to Be|
|Publisher||:||The History Press - 2011|