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    • Death of Birchie Potter, Variant 1
    • Ballads -- North Carolina<br>Murder -- Songs and music<br>Binge drinking -- Songs and music<br>Pottertown (N.C.) -- Songs and music
    • One leaf, typewritten on the front side. The document is in good physical condition. There are staple holes at the upper left and upper right corners. There is a pushpin hole at the lower right corner. The informant citation and a note follow...


    • "Cherokee Indian Reservation, North Carolina"
    • Cherokee Indian Reservation, N.C. - Description and travel; - Camp sites, facilities, etc.; Hunter, Kermit. Unto these hills; Mingo Falls (Cherokee, N.C.); Cherokee dance; Basketmaking - Appalachian Region; Indian Pottery - North America;...
    • This multi-fold postcard includes color photographs advertizing the Cherokee Indian Reservation, such as personalities ("Chief Harry," "Chief Walkingstick," "Princess Ernestine," "Princess Henrietta), Cherokee...


    • Silver Creek Still Destruction, photo 1
    • Stills (Distilleries); Alcoholic beverages; Law enforcement; Law enforcement officers;
    • This image shows Bob Deviney in back left. Fred Hennessee is standing on the right watching still destruction near Silver Creek. An unknown officer stands in the center with axe.


    • Lex Poteat's Still
    • Stills (Distilleries); Alcoholic beverages; Law enforcement;
    • This image shows a photo of still that was located on Pete Britain Rd in Burke County, North Carolina. Still appears to have been confiscated by law enforcement.


    • Warlick Chapel Road Still 1973, photo 4
    • Stills (Distilleries); Alcoholic beverages; Law enforcement; Law enforcement officers;
    • This image shows an investigation of the still at Warlick Chapel Hill Road in Burke County, NC. Fred Hennessee is standing in the center with still owner Pearlie Workman on right.


    • Hildebran Bust, 1971
    • Stills (Distilleries); Alcoholic beverages; Law enforcement; Law enforcement officers;
    • This image shows, from front to back, Alvin Wise, Fred Hennessee, and Lee Britain at Hildebran bust in 1971. Officers can be seen inspecting the still.


    • "Across the Creek from Salem: The Story of Happy Hill, 1816-1952"
    • Salem (Winston-Salem, N.C.) -Description and travel; African American families; Happy Hill (Winston-Salem, N.C.); Negro Moravian Church (Winston-Salem, N.C.); St. Philip's Church (Winston Salem, N.C.); Architecture -Appalachian Region
    • This brochure advertizes an Old Salem exhibit about Happy Hill, the slave quarters of Salem, North Carolina. In 1861, St. Philip's Moravian Church was built to serve the Moravians' slaves and is North Carolina's oldest standing African American...


    • John Henry, Variant 2
    • Ballads -- United States<br>John Henry (Legendary character) -- Songs and music<br>Railroad construction workers -- Songs and music<br>Death -- Songs and music<br>Family -- Songs and music
    • Two leaves, typewritten on the front sides. The document is in good physical condition. There is a staple hole at the center upper edge of both leaves. There is a circled "2" handwritten in blue ink at the upper left corner, likely for...


    • John Henry, Variant 1
    • Ballads -- United States<br>John Henry (Legendary character) -- Songs and music<br>Railroad construction workers -- Songs and music<br>Death -- Songs and music<br>Family -- Songs and music
    • Two leaves, handwritten in blue ink on the front sides. The first leaf is also handwritten in blue ink on the reverse side. The document is in good physical condition. There is a staple hole at the center top edge of both leaves. There is a...


    • "Oconaluftee Indian Village"
    • Cherokee County, N.C.; Cherokee Indian Reservation, N.C. -Description and travels; Oconaluftee Indian Village (Cherokee, N.C.); Cherokee Historical Association; Architecture -Appalachian Region
    • This brochure advertizes the Southern Highlands Attraction, Oconaluftee Indian Village. This village is located on the Cherokee Indian Reservation and is a living history site which includes 18th century dressed guides, re-enactors who demonstrate...
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