Category: Southern Folklife Collection

Saving the River One Song at a Time: The Eno River Festival Legacy

Wilson Special Collections Library documents a half-century effort to preserve the Eno.

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More Than One Story | Más de una historia

A photograph exhibition in Davis Library examines the life of farmworkers in the Carolinas.

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Wilson Library Open House, May 13

Reunioneers, new graduates, and visitors are invited to stop by Wilson Library between 1 and 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, for a look at Carolina’s past. View yearbooks from reunion classes, enjoy a class of 1967 slide show and

Well Said: The Southern Folklife Collection and Yep Roc Records

The Southern Folklife Collection in the Wilson Special Collections Library is home to nearly a quarter of a million recordings of music ranging from blues and folk to gospel and rock-and-roll. This Saturday on Record Store Day, the Southern Folklife

Ronald D. Cohen, Down Hill Strugglers, and Depression Folk Music at Wilson Library March 9

Explore the complex cultural history of American folk music with a free lecture and concert on March 9 from the Southern Foklife Collection at Wilson Library. Ronald D. Cohen, author and professor emeritus of history at Indiana University Northwest, will

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