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for The State Vol. 39 Issue 4, July 1971
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Every year during spawning season, herring migrate from the Atlantic Ocean to the Chowan River where fishermen take their harvest to Perry-Wynn's Fish Company. The writer provides a vivid look at the lives of fishermen on the Chowan River and work at Perry-Wynn's Fish Company.
After purchasing an old organ, Don Melvin, a graduate of William and Mary with a degree in fine arts, turned a new hobby into a business repairing and restoring antique organs. Literature or manuals on the trade of organ maintenance and repair are very rare if not non-existent; similarly, craftsmen are hard to come by. Melvin has rebuilt 218 organs and owns twenty in his private collection.
Stewart discusses where the movement to merge city and county governmental units into one county governing unit now stands in North Carolina.