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This detail from an 1897 map produced by the U.S. Light-House Board
shows the range of the Hatteras light. The dotted lines mean that
the light at Hatteras was a blinking white light, while the solid
black line signifies a fixed white light, as with the Ocracoke lighthouse
south of Hatteras.
Source: "Fifth L.H. District." Map
published in Annual Report of the Light-House Board to
the Secretary of the Treasury for the Fiscal Year Ended June
30, 1897. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office,
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