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Cape Fear Shiner
... The Cape Fear shiner, Notropis mekistocholas, is a North American species of freshwater fish in the Cyprinidae family ... Carolina in the southeastern United States and is only found in the shallow streams of the Cape Fear River basin ... in the wild and some experts believe that a single toxic chemical spill into the Cape Fear River could wipe out the entire wild population ...
Battle Of Sullivan's Island - Background - British Operations
... Major General Henry Clinton, then in Boston, was to travel to Cape Fear, North Carolina, where he would join with largely Scottish Loyalists raised in the ... Clinton arrived at Cape Fear on March 12, expecting to find the European convoy already there ... storms and high seas, the first ships of the fleet did not arrive at Cape Fear until April 18, and Cornwallis did not arrive until May 3 ...
Cape Fear, Harnett County, North Carolina
... Cape Fear is an unincorporated community located along North Carolina Highway 210 in the Neills Creek Township of Harnett County, North Carolina near the town of Lillington ... The community generally lies near the north bank of the Cape Fear River (Powell 1968, p ... Prominent landmarks near here include Cape Fear Presbyterian Church ...
Brunswick Town, North Carolina - History
... the Tuscarora War (1711–15), English colonists began to move into the Cape Fear region ... – moved to Brunswick, and the town became the official port of entry for the Cape Fear River ... The protest resulted in the end of stamp tax collection for the Cape Fear region ...
Cape Fear Thunder - Season-By-Season
... Losses, T = Ties Season W L T Finish Playoff results Cape Fear Thunder (WPFL) 2005 X-Team Results Unknown/Not Counted 0. 3rd National North -- Cape Fear Thunder (IWFL) 0. 2nd East ...

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    Above and beyond paying attention to feelings before and after a separation, never threaten your child with leaving or loss of love in an effort to control her behavior. Children believe their parents’ assertions that “I will send you away,” “I won’t love you any more,” “I’ll go away,” and are terrified with good reason. Fear is a very poor way of disciplining a child, and it can cause severe lifelong anxiety.
    Alicia F. Lieberman (20th century)

    A great proportion of the inhabitants of the Cape are always thus abroad about their teaming on some ocean highway or other, and the history of one of their ordinary trips would cast the Argonautic expedition into the shade.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)