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Grayden and M. C. Paul: Collectors and Interpreters of Coastal Folk Tales and Artifacts


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Grayden and M. C. Paul were widely known for their teaching, storytelling, songs, books, and contributions to the interpretation of North Carolina's coastal history and folklore. The object of their work was to preserve folklore and folklife for future generations--to collect and study the lore, customs, and crafts handed down by those who lived on the shores of Carteret County for more than 250 years. They are also noted for their collecting and explaining North Carolina sea lore.
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