ⓘ Ahoskie, North Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Ahoskie, North Carolina

Ahoskie is a town in Hertford County, North Carolina. The population was 5.039 at the 2010 census. Ahoskie is located in North Carolinas 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.

                                     
  • Ahoskie YTB - 804 was a United States Navy Natick - class large harbor tug named for Ahoskie North Carolina The contract for Ahoskie was awarded 4 Mar
  • Historic District is a national historic district located at Ahoskie Hertford County, North Carolina The district encompasses 27 contributing buildings and
  • Ahoskie may refer to: Ahoskie North Carolina Ahoskie YTB - 804 a Natick - class large harbor tug in the service of the United States Navy
  • Mulberry Grove was a historic plantation house located near Ahoskie Hertford County, North Carolina It was built about 1758, and was originally a 1 1 2 - story
  • Ahoskie Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Ahoskie Hertford County, North Carolina The district encompasses 14 contributing
  • between Boykins, Virginia and Tunis in Cofield, North Carolina The headquarters are in Ahoskie North Carolina The NCVA is a subsidiary of the Genesee
  • Ahoskie School is a historic school complex located at Ahoskie Hertford County, North Carolina The main school building was designed by architect Leslie
  • Ahoskie Historic District is a national historic district located at Ahoskie Hertford County, North Carolina The district encompasses 604 contributing
  • Hospital is a hospital located in Ahoskie North Carolina It is a part of the University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina UHSEC In the 1930s, James David