PBS NC History & Documentary
White Lake: Remembering the Nation's Safest Beach
WHITE LAKE: REMEMBERING THE NATION'S SAFEST BEACH Known as Silver Lake to Native Americans in the 1700s, it's now a small lake town with approximately 800 year-round residents. This locally produced movie chronicles the history of White Lake beginning with its geological creation and traveling through the late 1900s.
Aired: 07/01/15 |
12/03/2017 | 56m 52s
09/14/2017 | 29m 32s
05/02/2017 | 29m 32s
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