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16313
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Investigating the architecture and history of the William Eli Taylor House in Martin County has provided to important research opportunities. First, the house offers a test case for a theory of folk architecture, the hypothesis that the English hall-and-parlor house was modified by North Carolinians to fit their New World environment. Secondly, looking at the evolution of the house and the social, economic, and familial factors affecting that evolution presents a rich study of ancestry.
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19505
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Although not particularly successful in the ways the world measures success, Malcolm Fowler, a businessman and amateur historian, made his life's work to tell the story of the Scottish Highlanders in the upper Cape Fear region of North Carolina, and in this he was the most successful.
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21311
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In his 1873 novel 'Sea Gift', author Edwin Wiley Fuller depicted student and city life in Chapel Hill, North Carolina between 1843 and 1868. In 'Sea Gift', Fuller examines love, dueling, pride, freshman hazing and the distinction between social classes in the book. Though viewed favorably by most reviewers, the book never received widespread accolade.
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37045
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The folk narrative is uncensored and unrestrained expression of relatively unsophisticated people, and can be offensive to some audiences.
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36542
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Coming from two opposing viewpoints, the author discusses the reasoning and possible humor or scorn of an anecdote.
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