1987: 34.1 (Winter-Spring 1987)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 34.1 (Winter-Spring 1987)

“Brown-Hudson Folklore Award” | – – – – – 3

1985 Brown-Hudson Folklore Award Citations
“Bertie Mae Dickens” | Cece Conway – – – – – 4
“Arthur James Wooten” | Cece Conway – – – – – 7
“George Mahon Holt” | Daniel W. Patterson – – – – – 9

“Morrison’s Café: A Study of Community and Social Change in Winston-Salem”
Tanja Kim Johnson – – – – – 11

“The Origins of the Hicks Family Traditions” | James W. Thompson – – – – – 18

“The Assailant in Disguise: Old and New Functions of Urban Legends About
Women Alone in Danger” | Mary Seelhorst – – – – – 29

“The Art of Meditation in Afro-American Folksong: Roy Dunn’s Blues” | Luke A. Powers – – – – – 38

“Mountain Breed: Western North Carolina Tales” | Sandra Elingburg – – – – – 52

“An Interview with Mrs. Bertie Dickens: Old Time Banjo-Player” | Karen Linn – – – – – 61

Book Reviews
Charles G. Zug III’s Turners and Burners: The Folk Potters of North Carolina | John Burrison – – – – – 66
Afro-American Folktales: Stories from Black Traditions in the New World
(edited by Roger D. Abrahams) | Elon Kulii – – – – – 68

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Cover Image: Brown-Hudson Folklore Award winner Bertie Mae Dickens of
Ennice, NC, plays at a music picnic in Galax, VA, Fall 1984. Photo: Cece Conway.

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