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19554
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When Jean and Barr Coleman bought an old tobacco farm, they had different ideas of what to do with two run down barns on the property. Instead of demolishing them both, they were renovated and became havens for family and friends.
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24108
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A coalition of groups launched an ambitious undertaking to codify tobacco barns in Madison County, recording the architecture and objects left behind in the barns.
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37039
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The author studies the vernacular architectures of western North Carolina tobacco barns from a material folklore perspective. He focuses on the years of active usage and the roles tobacco barns function as in modern society across the region.
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36374
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The Skewarkians, Bear Grass School, Williamston, NC constructed a model of an ‘Old Time Tobacco Barn,’ and wrote and published a book, ‘Smoke to Gold.’ They received the Group Arts Honorable Mention Award during the Twenty-fifth Anniversary Awards Day program of the Tar Hill Junior Historian Association.
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