1998: 45.2 (Summer-Fall 1998)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 45.2 (Summer-Fall 1998)

“Editor’s Forward” | Karen Baldwin – – – – – 69

“‘Pieces Torn From Lives:’ The North Carolina Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection”
Sally Council – – – – – 71

“Blanton Owen: Folklorist, Photographer, Banjo Player” | Gary Stanton – – – – – 88

“Leonard Glenn: Instrument Maker, Musician, North Carolina Folk Heritage Award Winner”
Thomas McGowan – – – – – 93

“Lester Gay: Decorative Windwill Maker” | Karen Baldwin – – – – – 95

“Gladys Salter’s Story of the Storm of ’33”
Gladys Salter, Wayne Martin, and Karen Baldwin – – – – – 103

“Orville Hicks: Appalachian Storyteller” | Thomas McGowan – – – – – 105

“Señora Nazaria Múñoz Joaquín de Hernández & Señora Ereneida Duarte de Ocampo: Embroidery and
Crochet Artists” | Kate Hanser – – – – – 109

“La señora Nazaria Múñoz Joaquín de Hernández y la señora Ereneida Duarte de Ocampo: Artistas de
Bordadora y Tejedoras a Crochet” | traducción por Ana Cowó y Ellyn Felts – – – – – 111

“Trudier Harris: Scholar, Folklorist, Teacher” | Charles G. Zug III – – – – – 113

“Sheila Kay Adams: Seventh-Generation Ballad Singer” | Daniel W. Patterson – – – – – 115

“Lula Belle and Glenn Bolick: Musicians and Traditional Potters” | Thomas McGowan – – – – – 117

“Dwaine C. Coley: Executive Director, Hiddenite Center” | Mary Anne McDonald & Lucy Allen – – – – – 120

“Alexander County First Sunday Singing Convention” | Lucy Allen – – – – – 122

“Brown-Hudson Folklore Awards, 1971-1996” – – – – – 124

“Community Tradition Awards, 1991-1997” – – – – – 128

1998 W. Amos Abrams Student Prize (undergraduate essay):
“‘I’ll tell you what–It all depends on the wood:’ Making Handles with Joe Willis”
Ronan Kyle Peterson – – – – – 129

“Judge’s Comment” | Patricia Sawin – – – – – 144

Reviews
Book Review: Walt Wolfram and Natalie Schilling-Estes’ Hoi Toide on the Outer Banks: The Story of
the Ocracoke Brogue |
Polly Stewart – – – – –
Book Reviews: Sarah H. Hill’s Weaving New Worlds: Southeastern Cherokee Women and Their Basketry
Barbara R. Duncan – – – – – 147
Ron Ruehl’s Cherokee Artists, Vol. 1, The Basketmakers | Barbara R. Duncan – – – – – 150
Album Review: Orville Hicks’ Mule Egg Seller & Appalachian Storyteller | Lucy Allen – – – – – 153

Contributors – – – – – 155

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Cover Image: Lester Gay’s decorative windmills, made from bicycle wheels,
hubcaps, and other discarded material, greeted travelers out in front of his
home on Bell’s Road, west of Fountain, Pitt County.  Photo: Karen Baldwin.

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