Interview with Mamie Breybeal Shull, April 3, 1973
Mamie Graybeal Shull was born in 1889 and has lived around Boone, North Carolina since 1906.
Ms. Shull begins her interview talking about Shull's Mill. She then talks about home remedies and other traditions like the legends, myths, and food. Ms. Shull explains her experiences with cars and the reaction of the community when they were first introduced. She recollects memories in the schoolhouse including school lunches, text books, and the layout. To finish her interview, Ms. Shull explains what church was like as a child.
Watauga County (N.C.)--Social life and customs--20th century
Mountain life--North Carolina--Watauga County--History--20th century--Anecdotes
Shull, Mamie Graybeal
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