2009 CTA — Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center

Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center by Monica McCann Located in the small community of Stecoah in North Carolina’s Graham County, Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center (SVCAC) vitally contributes to the preservation of the unique cultural traditions of the Southern Appalachian Mountains and carries on those traditions through education, celebration, and economic opportunities. SVCAC is located…

2009 CTA — Sappony Heritage Youth Camp

Sappony Heritage Youth Camp: Saving the Sappony Tribe’s Culture and Community by Shelia Wilson Before the establishment of the Sappony Heritage Youth Camp, many families from this American Indian community had what could be called mini-heritage camps every summer. People in the community started talking about the many children who were missing out on this…

2000: 47.1 (Winter-Spring 2000)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 47.1 (Winter-Spring 2000) “Editor’s Foreword” | Karen Baldwin – – – – – 1 “Frankie Silver” (full text of the ballad) – – – – – 5 “A Fly in Amber: Faded Leaves of Time” | Bobby McMillon – – – – – 9 “On the Making of The Ballad of…

2000: 47.2 (Midwinter 2000)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 47.2 (Midwinter 2000) “Carolina Roots–Reminiscence with Reason” | Karen Baldwin – – – – – 77 “West African Spiritualism in North Carolina’s Buildings and Crafts” | Alice Eley Jones – – – – – 79 “His Worship, the John Kuner” | Richard Walser – – – – – 96 “John Kooner,…

2001: 48.1-2 (2001)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 48.1-2 (2001) Focus on South Carolina (Dedicated to Billy Walker Henson, 1941-2001) “Greetings from the Guest Editors: South Carolina Welcomes Y’all” Stephen Criswell & John Michael Coggeshall – – – – – 1 “Sharing Traditions: Keynote Address to the South Carolina Traditional Arts Network First Annual Conference on Folklore, Folklife, and…

2002: 49.1 (Spring-Summer 2002)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 49.1 (Spring-Summer 2002) “Representing Cratis William: A Review Essay” | Thomas McGowan – – – – – 1 2001 Brown-Hudson Folklore Awards “Mary Jane Queen: Singer and Musician” | Betty Smith – – – – – 34 “Freeman Owle: Storyteller and Stonecarver” | Barbara Duncan – – – – – 37…

2002: 49.2 (Fall-Winter 2002)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 49.2 (Fall-Winter 2002) “‘Trail of the Whispering Giants’: One Man’s Monumental Tribute” | Brenda Gale Beasley – – – – – 53 “The Thomas McGowan Award” | Charles G. “Terry” Zug, III – – – – – 65 “Four Beech Mountain Jack Tales” | Thomas McGowan – – – – –…

2003: 50.1-2 (2003)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 50.1-2 (2003) “Dedicated to the memory of Tommy Thompson (1937-2003)” | Jack Bernhardt – – – – – 1 “Tommy Thompson: Collector of Folksongs, Composer, and Banjo Player” 1995 Brown Hudson Award by Bland Simpson, presented by Cece Conway – – – – – 9 “Remembering Ray Hicks” | Orville Hicks…

2004: 51.1 (Spring-Summer 2004)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 51.1 (Spring-Summer 2004) “Editor’s Foreword” | Carmine Prioli – – – – – 1 Cambodian Culture in North Carolina “From Cambodia to Greensboro: Tracing the Journeys of New North Carolinians” Barbara Lau – – – – – 5 “Family Narratives: Reflections on From Cambodia to Greensboro” | Jill Hemming – –…