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Ocracoke Preservation Society and Museum [NC]

The Ocracoke Preservation Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Ocracoke Island, NC. To this end, the society operates a museum and research library within the circa 1900 David Williams House. The residence's namesake and original owner served as the first Coast Guard Chief at the local station. The museum contains period rooms, maritime artifacts, and contemporary art.

The museum offers period rooms, exhibits, and research library access. Appointments are necessary for library access.

 
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