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 Traditional Arts” | Charles Joyner – – – – – 4

“The Cement Sculpture Aesthetic: A Photo Essay” | Fran Gardner Perry – – – – – 14

“Face Vessels and Contemporary South Carolina Folklore Pottery” | Paul Matheny – – – – – 22

“About Fishing, Making Split Oak Baskets, and Other Affairs of Everyday Life: The McKinley Family
of Anderson, South Carolina” | Gale McKinley – – – – – 28

“Creativity and Ingenuity on the Mill Hill: Reflections on Cotton Mill Toys and Other Objects”
Dan Roper – – – – – 37

“‘Come Along, Let’s Ride This Train:’ Santee River Testimonies, Praises, and Songs”
Vennie Deas-Moore – – – – – 47

“Bluegrass Passion: South Carolina Traditional Music Advocates Jennings and Willie Chestnut,
Guy and Tina Faulk” | Michelle Ross – – – – – 59

“In Search of the Frog’s Raccoon” | Julia Arrants – – – – – 68

“South Carolina Hash: By the Light of the Moon” | Saddler Taylor – – – – – 80

“Let Every Morsel Be Good to You: Reflections on My South Carolina Food Traditions”
Ervena Faulkner – – – – – 88

“Taquería El Perico: Mexican Food and Identity in Columbia, South Carolina” | Craig Stinson – – – – – 9

“Taquería El Perico: la comida mexicana y la indentidad en Columbia, Carolina de Sur”
traducción por Michael Schinasi e Ingrid Vernon – – – – – 102

“Cultural Tourism in South Carolina” | Lisa Randle – – – – – 110

Contributors – – – – – 116

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Cover Image: Contemporary potter Billy Henson and a sample of his work.
Lyman, South Carolina, 1998.  Photo: Paul Matheny.

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