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Ahoskie is a town in Hertford County, North Carolina. The population was 5,039 at the 2010 census. Ahoskie is located in North Carolina's Inner Banks region. Its nickname is "The Only One" because no other town in the world is known by the same name. The origin of the word Ahoskie, which was originally spelled "Ahotsky," came from the Wyanoke Indians who entered the Hertford County area at the beginning of European settlement.

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Google previewCatfish (2014)

The Three Million Dollar Pitcher by Bill Libby

Ahoskie is a sort of a hick town. Being a hick isn't so bad. It's all in the connotation you put on the word. We're not bigcity slickers. We weren't a bunch of sharpies out to outwit the other guys. We were doing a deal, driving a hard, but honest ...

Google previewClassical Norfolk Furniture, 1810-1840 (2004)

by Thomas R. J. Newbern, James R. Melchor

Ahoskie is a small town in northeastern North Carolina. 60 miles southwest of Norfolk. The spiral, feather carved legs compare closely to the legs of the maple- end table (See 3- 1 1 5). The legs include incised lines highlighting the convex ...

Google previewHidden Riches (2014)

by Felicia Mason

Ahoskie is a real town in Hertford County, North Carolina. It has a population of about five thousand. Drapersville, however, is fic- tional. So there was no hidden gem of the Beat Generation during or after the Summer of Love in the 1960s.

Google previewThe Word Rhythm Dictionary (2014)

A Resource for Writers, Rappers, Poets, and Lyricists by Timothy Polashek


Google previewEncyclopedia of Quantitative Risk Analysis and Assessment (2008)

by Edward L. Melnick, Brian S. Everitt

Ahoskie creek Elizabeth river Ware river St. Mary's river Back river Southeast creek Middle creek Manua creek Repaupo creek Identifying hazards Supporting risk mitigation Confirming actual risk is tolerable.

Google previewThe Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts, Sciences, History, Biography, Geography, Statistics, and General Knowledge (1897)

by John Clark Ridpath

Ahoskie. Hertford, N All Sid. Rockbridge, Ai. Person, N. C. Ai, Fulton, (). . . . Ai, Putnan, Tenn e, ...

Google previewGeographical Dictionary Of The World In The Early 20th Century With Pronouncing Gazetteer (in 2 Vos.) (1990)

by Moonis Raza

Ahoskie, a post-town of Hertford co., N.C., on the Atlantic Coast Line, 15 miles ( direct) SW. of Gatesville. Pop. in 1900, 302. Ahr, 1r, a river of Prussia, in the Rhine province, rising in the Eiffel Mountains and falling into the Rhine near Sinzig.

Google previewA Complete Pronouncing Gazetteer Or Geographical Dictionary of the World (1922)

Containing the Most Recent and Authentic Information Respecting the Countries, Cities, Towns, Resorts, Islands, Rivers, Mountains, Seas, Lakes, Etc., in Every Portion of the Gloge by Angelo Heilprin

Ahoskie, a post-town of ...

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Ahoskie, NC is a town with a 2000 census population of 4,523 people. This community is located in the northeast part of the state. These 12 inch long plates issued by the town or city were used as a "topper" or "add on" to the regular state issued license plate.

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