Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for North Carolina Folklore Journal Vol. 12 Issue 1, July 1964
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Lillian Wright presents the accounts of her husband, Dr. John J. Wright--a professor of public health administration--as a public health worker in the mountains of North Carolina. This article details his encounters with the unique aspects of mountain medicine.
Starting with a brief biography of her father, Ms. Currin recorded several stories, tall tales, and anecdotes that Joe Currin had told. These tales are categorized by hunting and fishing, local characters, numskull tales, and miscellaneous.
This is a transcribed speech that was said at the 50th North Carolina Folklore Society meeting concerning the speaker’s relationship with a professor at Duke University known as Bull Brown.
A list of proverbs within a collection and what they allude to.