Jan 01, 2000 · Introduction. Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is a tick-borne disease caused by the intracellular bacterium Rickettsia rickettsii. 1, 2 Rocky Mountain spotted fever has long been considered one of the most severe tick-borne rickettsial infections, with pre-antibiotic case-fatality rates reported as high as 65–80% in some case series 1 – 4;contemporary estimates from 1981 to 1998 placed ...
This flood event viewer map, dated Oct. 3, 2018, shows the extent and type of information collected by USGS hydrologists in North and South Carolina in the wake of historic flooding brought on by Hurricane Florence.
North Carolina has its share of earthquakes, but large, damaging seismic events are infrequent in our state. As you can see from the earthquake map, these seismic events originate in our state and surrounding states (fig. 24).
North Carolina Vortex maps. Vortex gps locations and areas of high energy and well being. Paranormal hot spots, centers of UFO activity.
Fire Type: (BIA,BLM,NPS,BOR) ...
Some maps years (not all) have cities, railroads, P.O. locations, township outlines and other features useful to the avid genealogist in North America. Images are between 500k and 6 meg so allow a few moments to load if you are using a dial-up connection.
Map to recommended offbeat attractions, and road trip sights -- museums, monuments, tourist traps, folk art, pet cemeteries.
The French and Indian War is fought between England and France all along the frontier of North America. North Carolina troops serve both in North Carolina and in other colonies. 1755 The Indian population in eastern North Carolina is estimated at around 356.
Annexed from Rowan County in 1771, Surry has been an important county to the state of North Carolina, with particular regard to granite production and the historic Andy Griffith Show. The Saura were the original Native Americans to reside in present-day Surry, and the Great Wagon Road opened colonial settlement to the region in the early to mid-eighteenth century. One of North Carolina’s ...
Hickory is a city in Catawba County, North Carolina. Hickory has the 162nd largest urban area in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the Metropolitan Statistical Area had a population of 341,851, making it the 4th largest metropolitan area in North Carolina. The city's population was 37,222 at the 2000 census.