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35135
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The widow, Grace Greenlee Bowman, wrote a short poem about her husband’s passing.
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35295
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The author writes a eulogy and highlighted biography of a teacher and traditional folk singer in North Carolina.
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35742
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With the passing of Bascom Lamar Lunsford, the author pays tribute to the man who was a folksinger and performer, and who helped found the NC State Fair Folk Festival and Mountain Dance Folk Festival.
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37055
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Jabbour was a music collector, musician, and founding director of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.
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37054
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Dr. Lightfoot was a folklorist specializing in the study of regional folklore and folk music.
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35817
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An avid contributor and integral member of the NC Folklore Journal, Guy Owen (1925-1981) incorporated folklore into his many books, poems, and teachings.
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36535
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Karen Baldwin was the editor of NCFJ for six years, maintaining its publication over a difficult transitional period.
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36532
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Karen Baldwin, a folklorist and English professor at ECU, passed away from cancer in November 14, 2007. Her published works are cited and a scholarship was established in her name at Guilford College, where she completed her undergraduate degree.
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36534
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A transcribed interview between the authors talking about the life of Karen Baldwin. A song sung in her honor is also transcribed.
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36314
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Through Reverend Lisa Saunders’ work, lately being reflected in a memoir, she has learned a valuable lesson about life. It's one that applies just as aptly to the beginning or end of life. The immaterial reward of a life well lived—a good legacy left behind—is more important than material rewards.
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36359
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In memorium to Ray Hicks, the authors recall his famous storytelling abilities, especially regarding jack tales.