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Ribbons of Color Along the Eno River Vol 1

Ribbons of Color Along the Eno River: The History of African Americans and People of Color Living on the Eno contains first- and second-hand stories of those who have long lived in the Eno watershed. This Eno Journal is the culmination of a two decades-long effort by the Association to discover, research, recruit writers, and publish this collection.

“We are grateful to the descendants, record keepers, and historians in the Eno River community who preserved these memories and photographs” says Dave Cook, former Eno staffer and veteran volunteer on the project.

Friends’ board member Beverly Scarlett is the editor and primary author of many of the accounts.

Paperback. 90 pages

Availability: In stock

$16.00