Foxfire 9 - Nola Campbell - Catawba Indian Potter Summary & Analysis

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Nola Campbell - Catawba Indian Potter Summary and Analysis

This chapter introduces Nola Campbell. As authors Allison Adams and Oh Soon Shropshire note, Nola is a relative of some members of the Foxfire staff. The pottery she makes is not created with a potter's wheel, but is made from coils of clay shaped together; the pieces are unglazed. Nola states that her mother moved from South Carolina to the Indian reservation on which her mother lived. Nola's father is full Catawba Indian and her mother is Caucasian. Nola herself wishes she were darker like her father. Nola is one of seven children, four of which are still living. She explains that she was not present for the birth of her twin sisters but was highly jealous of them when they were born. She worked the cotton fields at age six...

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