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The Core Sound Decoy Festival is held in Carteret County every year and highlights the best duck decoy carvers in the nation. Carvers and collectors come from all the over the national to attend the festival, which was started in 1987 by the Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 59 Issue 6, November 1991, p26-28, il
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24706
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Lockhart Gaddy of Anson County recently passed away. The man, who lived on Honkers Lake, introduced a number of geese to the area for decoy hunting.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 20 Issue 41, March 1953, p6-7, il
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9217
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Crew discusses duck decoys that were used by North Carolina waterfowl hunters from the mid-19th- to the early 20th-century.
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9473
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Lewis describes working decoys, or decoys used for hunting as differentiated from those used for ornamental purposes, and some of their makers, including Lem and Lee Dudley of Knotts Island and John Williams and Ivey Stevens of Cedar Island.
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9499
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Lewis continues his discussion of working decoys, or decoys used for hunting as differentiated from those used for ornamental purposes, and some of individuals who carved them.
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9475
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Lewis continues his discussion of working decoys, or decoys used for hunting as differentiated from those used for ornamental purposes, and some of individuals who carved them.
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9502
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Lewis concludes his discussion of working decoys, or decoys used for hunting as differentiated from those used for ornamental purposes, and some of individuals who carved them.
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754
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Canvas-covered decoys define North Carolina's early goose-hunting heritage.
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30982
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”ArtDuckO: Waterfowl Culture in North Carolina” is a new exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh. The exhibit brings together waterfowl culture and history, from decoy carving and fashion to market hunting and conservation efforts. Re-created environmental settings, hands-on activities, hunting games, and artifacts immerse visitors into a world of waterfowl.
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34726
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Similar to the “Flat Stanley” project, author Keith Hendrickson set out to create a traveling decoy to send to duck hunters all over the country. Bald Pete, as the decoy has been called, has been used on hunting trips in all 50 states as of his fourth season abroad, and has even been out of the country to Canada, Mexico, and Iceland. He now resides in The Core Sound Waterfowl and Heritage Center.
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