John White's watercolor painting of a group of Carolina Algonquians fishing.

Honoring Native American Legacies in the Outer Banks

This month, national parks around the United States are honoring Native American Heritage Month, and our Outer Banks national parks are joining them!  Years before the arrival of the English and what we call “The Lost Colony,” the land that is now known as the Outer Banks was home to Native American peoples who honored and cultivated the unique resources of these barrier islands. ..

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Meet Your Ranger: Michael Barber

National Park Rangers come in all shapes and sizes. Our Meet Your Ranger series introduces you to the many amazing faces that support your OBX national parks every day. Hometown: Whitney Point, New York Position: Public Affairs Specialist for Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and Wright Brothers National Memorial (Outer Banks Group). Where..

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