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58
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Zug profiles the Parnells, a family of rug makers in Davidson County.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. 31 Issue 1, Fall 1991, p32-37, il, por
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4098
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Trudier Harris received a 1997 Brown-Hudson Folklore Award for her scholarship in African-American literature and folklore. She has published a number of volumes including Fiction and Folklore: The Novels of Toni Morrison and many other articles on folklore.
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5803
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The North Carolina Folklore Society instituted a new award in 2001, the Thomas McGowan Award, given to a society member for outstanding service to the Society. Appropriately, the first recipient was Tom McGowan. Among his many contributions to the society are editing the North Carolina Folklore Journal for twenty-two years, founding and editing for twenty-two years the society's newsletter, and along with Karen Baldwin, instituting the Community Traditions Award.
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12417
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Sidney Luck is a fifth-generation potter who carries on the traditions of generations of potters who have inhabited the Seagrove area. The family is known for producing salt-glazed pottery. He is a recipient of a 2009 Brown-Hudson Folklore Award presented by the North Carolina Folklore Society.
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16250
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Shortly after World War I, the pottery industry in North Carolina underwent some major transformations. The wares changed from the old utilitarian jars and jugs to smaller, more brightly colored forms. The potters also adopted new technologies and marketing strategies to reach a new clientele. But perhaps the greatest innovation was that women began turning wares and taking a major role in the business. And the very first women of all was Nell Cole Graves.
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16316
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Daniel Watkins Patterson is a preeminent scholar in the field of Shaker studies. He is also a first-rate teacher in the English Department at the University of North Carolina and Chairman of the Curriculum in Folklore. He has written books and articles, and created films on Shaker spirituals and Social Harp singing, as well as Scotch-Irish gravestone carvers.
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16350
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Starting with the pots themselves, Zug attempts a history of North Carolina folk pottery, focusing on its European ancestry, various designs, and contemporary equivalents.
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11884
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Sid Luck is a fifth-generation potter who carries on the traditions of generations of potters who have inhabited the Seagrove area. The family is known for producing salt-glazed pottery. Zug discusses his work and creations.
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2241
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Dr. Glenn Douglas Hinson, associate professor of anthropology and folklore at UNC-CH, has been recognized for his scholarship in the field of African-American culture; his many folklore projects, like Hmong basketry; and his support for many folk artists.
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36324
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The Huffmans are collectors of folk art who bring important appreciations, interactions, and study that go beyond simple acquisition.