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Va. Beach marker remembers area's early residents

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The highest natural ground in the city is a 30-foot bluff on the south shore of Broad Bay, across the water from First Landing State Park. It was here, where the Pleistocene-era landform known as the Pungo Ridge crests in today's Great Neck, that much of the region's native population lived - and died - before the arrival of Europeans.