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Born on the Qualla boundary of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Amanda Crowe began carving tree roots as a child. As an adult, Crowe has perpetuated the traditional Cherokee woodcarving traditions, teaching others the craft.
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21830
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This article looks at the life and career of Lucy Saunders Herring, an African American educator in North Carolina from 1916 to 1968. In addition to her classroom work, Herring organized health clinics and other community programs, raised funds for black schools in North Carolina, and was the supervisor of the Jeanes Fund, a philanthropic gift used for Southern black rural schools.
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