Our family is fortunate to belong to the oldest organized deer hunt in North Carolina, the North State Game Club. More than a century in existence, the club has rich history and traditions in hunting deer with hounds.
At an annual cleanup, my brother was given a copy of a collection of documents, North State Places and Names and Memorabilia, which I digitized and am publishing here for posterity.
Other public records of the camp and its traditions can be found here:
NCWildlife.Org, “The North State Way”, https://www.ncwildlife.org/portals/0/Learning/documents/WINC/Sample_06/sample_dec06b.pdf
Also available through East Carolina University Library, https://digital.lib.ecu.edu/ncpi/view/8346
Carolina Sportsman, “Hound Hunting”, https://carolinasportsman.com/content/hound-hunting/