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for The State Vol. 5 Issue 3, June 1937
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Jacque Busbee and his wife Juliana began a pottery industry in Moore County. Their emphasis was on the state's folk and historic pottery. In May 1917, they began Jugtown a name given to their workshop. The Busbee's researched and sought examples of pottery to inform their business which recreated and replicated these pieces and even employed potters with a strong lineage in the art.
Henderson takes readers on a western North Carolina tour, stopping at Fletcher to see the Open Air Westminster Abbey, then to Hendersonville and to many other interesting places along the road to Brevard.
This article recounts the long educational career of Dr. E. C. Brooks, who was a classroom teacher, school superintendent, organizer of the Department of Education at Trinity College, and finally president of North Carolina State College in Raleigh.