We are currently working to reorganize and improve our digital archives of our older printed editions of Life on the Pamlico.
If you're looking for a particular edition that isn't listed here yet, feel free to reach out to James or Suzanne, and we'll se what we can dig up.
In 2008, after falling dormant for a number of years, Life on the Pamlico was resurrected as a component of HUM 120, Cutural Studies. Under the direction of Bryan Oesterreich, the focus shifted from transcribed conversations to more of a biographical narrative. As the costs of printing a physical book had become more than the college's budget would allow, Oesterreich had students prepare digital versions of their article to be published on the college's website, and those articles appear below:
Dutchman to American: The Life of Jake De Jong
John Irvin Morgan: Lending a Helping Hand
"The Critter Getter"
My Grandfather, Carl Jones
The Life of a Farming Mother
The Intriguing Life of Nora Grey Foster Braddy
Uncle Starley Stell
The Story Lady
Ira and Lizzie Holloway: A Lifetime Together
Mrs. Charlotte Adams
From Farm to Factory and Loving It All The Way
The Curse of Bath
Kirby Avery Skins an Otter
Baseball in Beaufort County--An Old Timer Remembers
Mr. "Tee Wee" Blount Describes the Jamesville Easter Monday Herring Festival
A Concise History of Ocracoke Island
The Legend of the Devil's Hoofprints of Bath
Bob Pearce, Woodworker
Cookin' Deer and Rabbit
A Conversation with Their Grandfather