Blending history, oral history, autobiography, and travel narrative, Bland Simpson explores the islands that lie in the sounds, rivers, and swamps of North Carolina's inner coast. In each of the fifteen chapters in the book, Simpson covers a single island or group of islands, many of which, were it not for the buffering Outer Banks, would be lost to the ebbs and flows of the Atlantic. Instead they are home to unique plant and animal species and well-established hardwood forests, and many retain vestiges of an earlier human history.She told them to drink it and then to lie down on the kitchen floor, and Mildred did as her mother asked. Edward, trying just a ... His mouth was badly burned, but otherwise the boy was all right. Edward said ... She could not speak, though she was able to draft notes: When is the doctor going to fix my throat? Am I going to dieanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Inner Islands|
|Publisher||:||Univ of North Carolina Press - 2007-09-06|