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As the years rolled by, Elizabeth City experienced its share of history-making events. Wilbur and Orville Wright stayed over in Elizabeth City in while they made plans for the first powered flight at nearby Kill Devil Hills. The country's largest U. Coast Guard base was commissioned in Elizabeth City in And in , from an air station in neighboring Weeksville, the U. Navy began launching airships, or blimps, that were instrumental in combating enemy submarines that lurked off the North Carolina Coast during World War II.
Today, Elizabeth City offers visitors a step back in time with its old-fashioned Main Street, scenic waterfront and sites and tours that bring history to life. Located on a prominent site on Water Street is the Museum of the Albemarle. The northeastern regional branch of the North Carolina Museum of History, the museum interprets the history of 13 counties along the Albemarle Sound area, considered by many to be the birthplace of English America.
A thoughtful, permanent exhibition, Our Story showcases more than artifacts and displays that tell the story of the region's watermen, farm life, the Civil War, the Wright brothers and the Coast Guard, as well as the region's rich African American and Native American history. In a walk through the gallery, you'll discover such finds as the cannon recovered from the ship purported to be Blackbeard's Queen Anne's Revenge; the smokestack from the C. Albemarle; a miniature replica of the James Adams Floating Theatre; a horse-drawn "steam pumper" fire engine; and a Moth Boat, a small sail boat that was developed in Elizabeth City.
Visitors can walk into the Jackson House, a farmhouse that spanned both the Colonial and Federal time periods. The farmhouse and nearby ca. You'll experience even more history by taking a walk around town. There are six historic districts in Elizabeth City, and therefore, many opportunities for seeing historic homes, tree-lined streets and stately government structures.
Published by the Elizabeth City Historic Neighborhood Association, the series of six self-guided tours cover practically every corner of the city, from Main Street to Riverside. Owned and formally operated by Pasquotank County , Albemarle Hospital has been in operation since ,  relocating to its current location in In , the Albemarle Health system came under the day-to-day management of Greenville -based Vidant Health , although ownership and most executive decisions remained with the county.
Starting in October , the county began soliciting offers for affiliation with neighboring healthcare systems in order to cement Albemarle Hospital's position as the region's major medical facility. Limitations in some services and specialty providers had caused many prospective patients to seek services in the Hampton Roads or Greenville metro areas, leading to steady erosion of operating margins.
Affiliation with a larger health organization would also provide increased buying power, improvements in equipment and facility investment as well as entice additional physicians to the area. Other renewable energy production facilities, chiefly solar, also exist in neighboring counties. Pipeline natural gas is provided by Piedmont Natural Gas. Tank and bottled gas are also available through several local suppliers. Elizabeth City is linked to neighboring counties and cities through a network of highways.
Most unusual are the four branches of U. Route 17 that pass through the city - rarely are there more than two or three variants of the same route in any given community. Mainline U. Route 17 crosses the Little River , entering Pasquotank County from the southwest. Bypass US 17 immediately splits off to the northwest as mainline US 17 continues to the northeast toward Elizabeth City. Shortly after entering the city limits, US 17 Business splits off to the east towards the downtown waterfront.
This tri-route combination continues northeastward to Business 17 and Truck Business 17's northern termini at the intersection with North Road Street. Ehringhaus , the only governor native to Elizabeth City.