6 edition of Whalehead Nation found in the catalog.
April 30, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||Tyler Mercer (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
Local lore has it that there was a pipeline from this area right up to Norfolk then on to our nation's capital. Since that supposedly "dry" period in our nation's history () coincided with Whalehead's early years, we can imagine that the very important guests who visited might have partaken in a little bit of that "licker," as locals. I eat bagfuls of raw almonds, and always have room for frozen yogurt. I drink brown liquor (especially brandy). I usually wear jeans and a t-shirt. I shave infrequently. And I love cetaceans. If people who worship the Grateful Dead can call themselves “Deadheads,” a whale-worshipper such as moi can self-identify as a “Whalehead.”.
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Take a step back in time when you visit Whalehead in Historic Corolla. Originally built in the s, this magnificent residence has been restored to its original grandeur and is open for tours year round.
Located inside Historic Corolla Park, the more. Certificate of Excellence. Club Way, Corolla, NC +1 /5(). The Whalehead Club: Reflections Of Currituck Heritage [Davis, Susan Joy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Whalehead Club: Reflections Of Currituck HeritageAuthor: Susan Joy Davis.
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With beautiful sunsets and wide open spaces your photographer will make your day that much more special. Murder at Whalehead is the ultimate beach read. On the northern Outer Banks looms an old hunting lodge known as the Whalehead Club.
During the roaring twenties Edward and Marie Knight entertained guests at this isolated Mansion by the Sea. Now it has become one of North Carolina's most popular tourist attractions.4/4(74).
The Historic Whalehead Club is a lasquare-foot (2, m 2) home located on a remote tract facing the Currituck Sound in North Carolina, United States. The structure was designed by owners Edward Collings Jr.
and Marie Louise Label Knight and contracted by. Formerly the Whalehead Club, Whalehead in Historic Corolla invites visitors to experience its intriguing past and hear its fascinating story.
Whalehead is an architectural treasure that exudes history while delving into the s lifestyle of its matriarch and patriarch, Edward Collins Knight Jr. and his wife, Marie Louise Lebel Bonat Knight. Whalehead in Historic Corolla, Corolla, North Carolina.
29, likes talking about this 19, were here. Whalehead, the restored historic house with stories to tell. Come explore our /5(). Looking for books by Scott Mercer. See all books authored by Scott Mercer, including Whalehead Nation: Creating and Keeping an Environmental Ethic in Children, and The Great Whale Book, and more on Finally, ina businessman named Ray Adams from Washington, D.C., bought the house and nearly 2, acres for a mere $25, He renamed it the Whalehead Club.
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The remarkable history of the Whalehead Club parallels that of our nation. From prosperity to depression, wartime to peace, exploration to resignation, and finally reclamation to restoration, it is a rich history worth preserving.
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Whalehead acknowledges this haunted history with the nighttime Moonlight Legend, Lore and Ghost Tour (see tour details and schedules at the end of the article).
In the last half of the nineteenth century, the United States government built a series of lighthouses along. Whalehead synonyms, Whalehead pronunciation, Whalehead translation, English dictionary definition of Whalehead.
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The Whalehead Club was the hunt club and vacation home of industrialists Edward and Marie Louise Knight of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is rumored that because area hunt clubs forbade women members, Knight built the structure for his wife who enjoyed hunting, horseback riding and other outdoor activities.Book by Janu and receive $ off the tour price!
April 19 – Corolla, NC / Whalehead Club After breakfast we take the short drive to the coast and North Carolina’s Outer Banks, where we’ll meet our Local Guide. nation’s second oldest operating lighthouse, first lit in We’ll.