1996: 43.2 (Summer-Fall 1996)

North Carolina Folklore Journal 43.2 (Summer-Fall 1996)

1996 Brown-Hudson Folklore Award Citations
“James Allen Rose” | Michael B. Alford – – – – -75
“Michael B. Alford” | Connie Mason – – – – -78
“Wayne and Margaret Martin” – – – – -79

“‘Deep in My Heart’: Competition and the Function of Stepping in an African American Sorority”
Amy Davis – – – – – 82

“‘Hot,’ ‘Cool,’ and ‘Getting Down’: African American Style and Aesthetics in Stepping”
Alicia J. Rouverol – – – – – 96

“‘That’s… Where Stepping Came from’: Afrocentricity and Beliefs about Stepping”
Lisa J. Yarger – – – – – 109

“The Harkers Island Work Boat: Draft Horse of the Carolina Sounds” | Carmine Prioli – – – – – 120

“Santeria and Palo Mayombe: The Presence of Afro-Cuban Artifacts at Wrightsville Beach”
James A. Bailey – – – – – 128

“The Power of Tradition in the Forms of Potter Charlie Boyd Caven” | Stephen C. Compton – – – – – 142

“‘All the Busy Humming of the World Outside’: The Evolution of the Lincoln Academy Legend”
Samantha McCluney-Criswell & Stephen E. Criswell – – – – – 160

Book Review: Joffre Lanning Coe’s Town Creek Indian Mound: A Native American Legacy
T. J. Arant – – – – – 177

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Cover Image: A handmade license plate advertises the model boat making
of James Allen Rose, 1996 Brown-Hudson Folkore Award recipient.
Harkers Island, NC, 22 March 1996.  Photo: Thomas McGowan.

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