Charlotte Museum of History director Kay Peninger sits holding a copy of a replica map of the Waterways of Mecklenburg County, and she is surrounded by some of the sections of the larger project, a cut-paper map by Lauren Rosenthal which shows all of the county's streams and creeks, their systems and origins. OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Charlotte Museum of History director Kay Peninger sits holding a copy of a replica map of the Waterways of Mecklenburg County, and she is surrounded by some of the sections of the larger project, a cut-paper map by Lauren Rosenthal which shows all of the county's streams and creeks, their systems and origins. OBSERVER FILE PHOTO Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte Museum of History director Kay Peninger sits holding a copy of a replica map of the Waterways of Mecklenburg County, and she is surrounded by some of the sections of the larger project, a cut-paper map by Lauren Rosenthal which shows all of the county's streams and creeks, their systems and origins. OBSERVER FILE PHOTO Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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