The only thing that I knew about Harkers Island before my recent visit is that it's remote and has a fishing-based economy. This museum was a lot of information on how fishing has shaped the way of living on this island, and there were lots of exhibits that you could spend several hours exploring. If you're at all interested in duck decoys, this should be a must-stop, as there are many on display here.
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