Ghost Town: The Forgotten Story of Dare County’s Buffalo City

You may also like...

5 Responses

  1. Peggy Austin says:

    You have to love the old local history. Things under our feet we were not taught in school! Thank you for sharing. It\’s what made America great. It\’s all a part of us.

  2. Gerald says:

    Live in Chesapeake and loved hearing about this place. Makes me want to throw on the camping gear and metal detector and head out. I\’m sure it\’s protected by law so I\’ll stay at home. lol. Plan on riding out to the Manteo Bluegrass Island store and checkling out the relics. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. Judy Raynor says:

    My grandmother use to tell me about the time she and my granddaddy came from Buffalo City on a ferry. She was only 15 when they married. My granddaddy must have been a logger there. His name was Bill Price and I think his brothers were there too. This was a very interesting article.

  4. Barbara says:

    Thanks for the info. I’m doing family research and found one of my ancestors was a resident in Buffalo City, NC. Unfortunately, he was murdered there in May of 1916 – thus my research. I will definitely be traveling to Manteo Bluegrass Island Store to get a even better idea of life in Buffalo City. If you have any other info particularly newspapers, historical societies , etc for Buffalo City I would love to get in touch with them. Thanks again for this article!

  5. Joe says:

    A television station WGRZ in Buffalo N.Y. did a ten minute segment on Buffalo City N.C. which was created by a Buffalo N.Y. timber and milling company. I live in Buffalo N.Y. and had never heard of Buffalo City N.C..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Please type the characters of this captcha image in the input box

Please type the characters of this captcha image in the input box