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9499
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Lewis continues his discussion of working decoys, or decoys used for hunting as differentiated from those used for ornamental purposes, and some of individuals who carved them.
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9496
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A number of migrating birds either pause and move on or winter in North Carolina. Godfrey describes four of them--the pileated woodpecker, red-winged blackbird, red-tailed hawk, and the eastern bluebird.
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9497
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Dean looks back one hundred years, and with text and old photographs, reminds current hunters that tomorrow's “Good Old Days” begin today.
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9498
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This is a letter that appeared in the October 1830 issue of AMERICA TURF REGISTER. The writer identifies himself with a single letter, “H.” The letter describes a deer hunt that took place in Chatham County during the previous winter.
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9500
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Dean describes two devastating floods that struck western North Carolina in mid-July 1916 and in August 1940.
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