1989: 36.2 (Summer-Fall 1989)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 36.2 (Summer-Fall 1989)

1989 Brown Hudson Folklore Awards
“Julian Guthrie: Boat Builder and Oral Historian” | Rodney Barfield – – – – – 65
“Richard “Big Boy” Henry: Beaufort Blues Artist” | Connie Mason – – – – – 67
“David Stick: Outer Banks Historian” | Thomas McGowan – – – – – 70

“The Storyteller as Craftsman: Stanley Hicks Telling ‘Jack and the Bull'” | Cheryl Oxford – – – – – 73

“Miss Emily and Miss Olive and the Legend of the Devil’s Hoof Prints of Bath” | Roy Armstrong II – – – – – 121

Reviews
Book Review: Ruth Haislip Roberson‘s North Carolina Quilts | Judith Shulimson – – – – – 128
Review: Signs and Wonders | Joey Brackner – – – – – 132

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Cover Image: Stanley Hicks shows a dulcimer and fretless banjo
made in his workshop, Bethel community, Spring 1986.  Photo: Speed Hallman.

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