A 1671 Ogilby Map shows from Francis L. Hawks' History of North Carolina from 1663 to 1729, in the Currituck County Library in Barco, shows Powels Point.

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A 1671 Ogilby Map shows from Francis L. Hawks' History of North Carolina from 1663 to 1729, in the Currituck County Library in Barco, shows Powels Point.

History buff traces origins of Powells Point

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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POWELLS POINT — Miss the turn at Point Harbor and boaters will end up in the Pamlico Sound instead of the Albemarle Sound.

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I think that is great that

I think that is great that they have the tools and ways to trace back things from the history. - Green Water Technologies

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