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South Georgia Folklife Collection

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PRJ-1002 Turpentine

PRJ-1003 General Resources

PRJ-1004 Sacred Harp of Southeast Georgia

PRJ-1005 Suckerfish

PRJ-1007 Wiregrass

PRJ-1008 Last Harvest

PRJ-1009 Folkwriting

PRJ-1010 Sounds of South Georgia

PRJ-1011 Exploring Community Heritage

PRJ-1012 Student Projects

PRJ-1013 Okefenokee

Multimedia Materials

Miscellaneous Post Publications

Carved Stick

Poster: Wiregrass Folkways Celebration Sept. 14, 2006

Linda Bruton painted gourd fish

Digitized Photographs



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Collection Overview

Title: South Georgia Folklife Collection, 1996-2006Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: UA/22/12

Extent: 28.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

The collection is divided into thirteen series that reflect topical foci. Each series has been assigned a "PRJ" or "project" number to identify its place in the collection. The series for the collection are as follows:

Series 1: PRJ-1002: Turpentine

Series 2:PRJ-1003: General Resources

Series 3: PRJ-1004: Sacred Harp of Southeast Georgia

Series 4: PRJ-1005: Suckerfish

Series 5: PRJ-1007: Wiregrass

Series 6: PRJ-1008: Last Harvest

Series 7: PRJ-1009: Folkwriting

Series 8: PRJ-1010: Sounds of South Georgia

Series 9: PRJ-1011: Exploring Community Heritage

Series 10: PRJ-1012: Student Projects

Series 11: PRJ-1013: Okefenokee

Series 12: Multimedia Materials

Subjects: Folklore--Wiregrass, Okefenokee Swamp (Ga. and Fla.), Primitive Baptists, Primitive Baptists--Georgia--History., Primitive Baptists--History--Sources., Sacred harp, Turpentine Industry and Trade

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This multi-genre ethnographic collection is an outgrowth of the South Georgia Folklife Project founded by Dr. Laurie Sommers in 1996. It reflects 10 years of field documentation and public programs from 1996 to 2006. Highlights of the collection include Southeast Georgia Sacred Harp, Okefenokee Music Survey, Flint River fisheries, Traditions of Turpentiners, Folkwriting (Lessons on Place, Heritage, and Traditions for Georgia Classrooms), online exhibits, and a radio archives of documentary programs originally broadcast on National Public Radio affiliates.

Subject/Index Terms

Folklore--Wiregrass
Okefenokee Swamp (Ga. and Fla.)
Primitive Baptists
Primitive Baptists--Georgia--History.
Primitive Baptists--History--Sources.
Sacred harp
Turpentine Industry and Trade

Administrative Information

Repository: Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections

Accruals: Signed Records Transfer for SGFC additions: Gourd by Linda Bruton done in 2006; Walking stick carved by Ronnie Dale Lee of Hoboken 199, and SGFC posters  Gourd is on display in Mobley Reading Room.

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Series 8: PRJ-1010 Sounds of South Georgia

Box 19

Folder 70: VHS-1010.06 The McIntosh County Shouters may not be copied

Other URL: http://www.valdosta.edu/library/find/arch/folklife/index.html


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[Series 1: PRJ-1002 Turpentine],
[Series 2: PRJ-1003 General Resources],
[Series 3: PRJ-1004 Sacred Harp of Southeast Georgia],
[Series 4: PRJ-1005 Suckerfish],
[Series 5: PRJ-1007 Wiregrass],
[Series 6: PRJ-1008 Last Harvest],
[Series 7: PRJ-1009 Folkwriting],
[Series 8: PRJ-1010 Sounds of South Georgia],
[Series 9: PRJ-1011 Exploring Community Heritage],
[Series 10: PRJ-1012 Student Projects],
[Series 11: PRJ-1013 Okefenokee],
[Series 12: Multimedia Materials],
[Series 13: Miscellaneous Post Publications],
[Item 1: Carved Stick],
[Item 2: Poster: Wiregrass Folkways Celebration Sept. 14, 2006],
[Item 3: Linda Bruton painted gourd fish],
[Electronic Records 01: Digitized Photographs, 1996-2006],
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Series 4: PRJ-1005 SuckerfishAdd to your cart.
Box 14Add to your cart.
Folder 1: ADS-1008-01WillieMaeWilliams, 07-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Farmworker Association of Florida

County of Residence:Orange

Occupation:carrot house packer, Lust Farm

Notes:separted, two grown children, hasn't seen husband in years; parents now deceased but were also from Zellwood.  Willie Mae and Louise Seay are co-workers at Lust Carrot house.  Interview took place in apartment complex where Willie Mae lives.

Keywords:agriculture, occupational folklife, food, farmworker

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):personal experience narratives

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 2: ADS-1008-02LouiseSeay, 07-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Farmworker Association of Florida

County of Residence:Orange

Occupation:carrot house packer, Lust Farm

Notes:married with 5 children and 12 grandchildren.  Husband works in fields for Lust Farms.

Keywords:occupational folklife, food, farmworker, agriculture

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):farmworker, personal experience narratives

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 3: ADS-1008-03TirsoMoreno, 05-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Farmworker Association of Florida

County of Residence:Orange

Occupation:General Cooridnator, FWAF

Notes:president of Farmworker Association of Florida

Keywords:agriculture, migrant worker, occupational folklife

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):former farmworker, community organizer, union organizer, personal experience narratives

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Folder 4: ADS-1008-04GeraldeanMatthew, 05-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:FWAF

County of Residence:Orange

Occupation:FWAF organizer, former migrant & seasonal farmwork

Notes:former migrant worker

Keywords:occupational

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):migrant and seasonal farmwork

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Folder 5: ADS-1008-05OlgaMartinez, 06-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Farmworker Association of Florida

County of Residence:Occupation:laborer, Zellwin farms

Notes:Olga Martinez is a very talkative, open, forthright interviewee, who has been in farm work all her life.  She was born in Texas but came with her parents to Apopka at age 7 and was raised in Apopka from that age.  Her parents have permanent home in Apopka

Keywords:farmlife, migrant workers, agriculture, occupational folklife, food, seasonal rites

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):personal experience narratives

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 6: ADS-1008-06MarinaEspinoza, 06-Mar-98Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Farmworker Association of Florida

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Occupation:laborer, Zellwin FarmsNotes:Marina Espinosa moved to Weslaco, TX at age 14.  She began working for Zellwin Farms at age 20.  Her brother, Alfredo, the leader of her crew, is married to Olga Martinez.

Keywords:farmlife, migrant workers, agriculture, seasonal rites, occupational folklife, food.

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):personal experience narratives

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Folder 16: VF-1008.01 Last Harvest Grant- GHC, 18-Jun-02Add to your cart.

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Folder 17: VF-1008.02 Original (Florida) Last Harvest Project Crealde-FHC, 01-Jan-99Add to your cart.

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Folder 18: VF-1008.03 The Last Harvest-COM 3010 Staged Reading, 21-Sep-02Add to your cart.

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Folder 19: VF-1008.04 Last Harvest Project- Echols County Field NotesAdd to your cart.

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Folder 20: VF-1008.05 Hispanics - Georgia, festivalsAdd to your cart.

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Places In Article:Omega

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, festivals

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, festivals, La Fiesta del Pueblo

Brief Summary:Advertisement for the 1997 La Fiesta del Pueblo.

Folder 21: VF-1008.06 Hispanics - Georgia, festivals, 07-Sep-03Add to your cart.

Article Title:Event celebrates Hispanic culture

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Dean Poling

Places In Article:Lake Park

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, festivals

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, festivals, Fiesta Internacional

Brief Summary:Lake Park celebrates Hispanic culture with a South Georgia flavor at the 2003 Fiesta Internacional.

Folder 22: VF-1008.07 Hispanics - Georgia, festivals, 01-Oct-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:South Georgia festival has new location, new theme

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Luz Marti

Places In Article:Tifton

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, festivals

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, festivals, La Fiesta del Pueblo

Brief Summary:The 1999 La Fiesta del Pueblo, a festival celebrating Hispanic culture, was held in downtown Tifton.

Folder 23: VF-1008.08 Hispanics - Georgia, festivalsAdd to your cart.

Article Title:VSU Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

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Places In Article:Valdosta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, festivals

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, festivals, Hispanic Heritage Month

Brief Summary:Valdosta State University recognizes October as Hispanic Heritage Month at the University.

Folder 24: VF-1008.09 Hispanics - Georgia, mediaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspaper

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Explosion

Brief Summary:Advertisement for Hispanic newspaper "La Explosion".

Folder 25: VF-1008.10 Hispanics - Georgia, mediaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, music, radio, mass media

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, music, radio

Brief Summary:Advertisement for Hispanic radio station 1310 a.m.

Folder 26: VF-1008.11 Hispanics - Georgia, mediaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspapers

 

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Explosion

 

Brief Summary:April 27, 2002 and January 10, 2004 issues of the "La Explosion" newspaper

Folder 27: ADS-1005-01CalvinJacksonWingate"Jack"Add to your cart.

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County of Residence:Decatur

Occupation:fishing and hunting camp, guide

Notes:Interviewed for Suckerfish project.

Keywords:fishing, hunting,  guide, suckerfish, Wingate's Lunker Lodge

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):oral history, local history, personal experience narrative, fishing, suckerfish

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Folder 28: ADS-1005-02MarkDarley, 20-Sep-01Add to your cart.

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County of Residence:Decatur

Occupation:motor technician

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Keywords:suckerfish

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):fishing, food

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Folder 29: ADS-1005-03AliceM.ZornAdd to your cart.

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County of Residence:Lowndes

Occupation:Notes:wife of W. H. Bud Zorn

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Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):fishing, food, oral history

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Folder 30: ADS-1005-04ElicaLouiseBarwick, 29-Nov-01Add to your cart.

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County of Residence:Decatur

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Notes:interviewed with a group for the Suckerfish project, Barwick was a farmer, lifelong resident of Decatur County

Keywords:suckerfish, swamp gravy

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):fishing, food

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Folder 31: CAS-1005.01 Memorial Hospital, Elica Barwick, 29-Nov-01Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Carol Heard

Informant Name:Carol Heard

Fieldworker:Memorial Hospital, Decatur County

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Notes:fishing, food

Technical Summary:Decatur County, Flint River

Genre:Elica Barwick, Carol Heard, Marion Miller, Roger Trawick, Pick Oliver, Curtis Edwards, Clarence Lyles, Horace Beard, Edna Bonner, Prudence Musgrove

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People:Suckerfish, swamp gravy, redhorse sucker, fishing laws, fish fries

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Folder 32: DAT-1005.01 Interview with Mark Darley, 20-Sep-01Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie K. Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie K. Sommers

Fieldworker:Bainbridge

Engineer:This was a "demo" interview for the Suckerfish project held at the Firehouse Museum.

Location:This was a "demo" interview for the Suckerfish project held at the Firehouse Museum.

Content Summary:Tape quality is sort of hollow and a little under recorded.

Notes:oral history, fishing, suckers

Technical Summary:Bainbridge, Decatur County, Flint River, Red Lake

Genre:Mark Darley, Bud Goss, Carol Heard

Places:European American

People:nets, gashing, buffalo sucker, pond sucker

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Folder 33: DAT-1005.02 Interview with Jack Wingate, 21-Sep-01Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie K. Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie K. Sommers

Fieldworker:Wingate's Lunker Lodge, Lake Seminole

Engineer:Interview done as consultant to the City of Bainbridge Suckerfish project, a grant they got from the GCA Folklife Program.

Location:Interview done as consultant to the City of Bainbridge Suckerfish project, a grant they got from the GCA Folklife Program.

Content Summary:Recorded at the table in Lodge restaurant.  Some background room noise, occasional interruptions, but generally audible.  AC/fan is loud in background.

Notes:personal experience narratives, fishing, sucker, oral history, local history, food

Technical Summary:Lake Seminole, Faceville, Wingate's Lunker Lodge, Flint River, Chattachoochee River, Fowlstown

Genre:Jack Wingate, Hugh Bates, Dennis Mock

Places:European American

People:nets, suckers, bass, gigging, swamp gravy, redhorse sucker

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Folder 34: DAT-1005.03 Interview with Bud and Alice Zorn, 30-Nov-01Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie K. Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie K. Sommers

Fieldworker:Zorn home, Valdosta

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Content Summary:Good audio. Recorded in Zorn's living room.

Notes:fish, food, material culture, nets, sucker, boats, boatbuilding

Technical Summary:Bainbridge, Flint River, Spring Creek, Chatahoochee River, Henry County, AL

Genre:Arch Austin,  Ralph Simpson, Bud Zorn, Alice Zorn, Burma Ernest

Places:European American

People:swamp gravy, sucker, mulligen stew, doughboys, gigging, batteau

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Folder 35: VHS-1005.01 WALB Suckerfish outtakesAdd to your cart.

Equipment Used:WALB TV-Albany

Informant Name:WALB TV Alabany

Fieldworker:Bainbridge

Engineer:First part of video is unrelated footage.

Location:First part of video is unrelated footage.

Content Summary:good

Notes:fishing, food, local history

Technical Summary:Bainbridge

Genre:Dennis Mock, Larry Funderburke

Places:European AmericanPeople:suckers, gashing

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Folder 36: VF-1005.01 Bainbridge Suckerfish Fieldwork, 30-Aug-01Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Carol Heard, Jack Wingate, Laurie Sommers

Places In Article:Bainbridge, GA, Flint River

Subjects in Article:local histories

Keywords:sucker fish, Flint River, swamp gravy

Brief Summary:Correspondence and notes from the Suckerfish project

Folder 37: VF-1005.02 articlesAdd to your cart.

Article Title:Buildin' Boats, Giggin' and Foolin' Around is All Fun:" Traditional Material Culture of the Ozark

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People In Article:Cecil Murray, Paul Martin, Dana Everts-Boehm

Places In Article:Ozarks

Subjects in Article:fish, material culture, boats, boatbuilding

Keywords:giggin, johnboats

Brief Summary:Discusses waterways traditions of johnboat building, gigging, and gig maker for two Ozark masters in state apprenticeship program.  Background for Sucker Fish project.

Everts-Boehm, Dana.  "Buildin; Boats, Giggin' and Foolin' Around is All Fun:" Traditon

Folder 38: VF-1005.03 Everts - BoehmAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:Cecil Murray, Paul Martin, James Price, John Murray, Jim McCarty, Swiney Rayfield, Roby Cogswell, Ray Joe Hastings, Paul Bunker

Places In Article:Missouri Ozark Waterways

Subjects in Article:boats, boatbuilding, fishing, fishers

Keywords:johnboats, boatbuilding, gigging, fishing, Ozarks

Brief Summary:Paper entitled "Buldin' Boats, Giggin' and Foolin' Around is All Fun: Traditional Material Culture of the Ozark Waterways" from the Dana Everts-Boehm Missouri Folk Arts Program, Summer 1996.

Folder 39: VF-1005.04 Suckerfish Festival MaterialsAdd to your cart.

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Folder 40: VF-1005.05 Suckerfish Field Notes ContinuedAdd to your cart.

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Folder 41: VF-1005.06 Suckerfish Grant Copy, 14-Jan-02Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Carol Heard

Places In Article:Bainbridge, GA, Flint River

Subjects in Article:local histories

Keywords:sucker fish, Flint River, swamp gravy

Brief Summary:A copy of the Suckerfish Grant Report

Folder 42: VF-1008.17 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 14-Feb-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:Diversity: State's Hispanic population on rise

Newspaper Title:Georgia Times Union

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People In Article:Toni Martinez, Doug Bachtel, Alan Zubay, Carlene Gooch, Gisela Teeple

Places In Article:Hall County, Gainesville

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, farm workers

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Discusses the rapidly increasing Hispanic population in Hall County Georgia.

Folder 43: VF-1008.18 Hispanics - Georgia, generalAdd to your cart.

Article Title:South Georgia's Burgeoning Hispanic Population

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People In Article:Larry Purdom

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Discusses South Georgia's rapidly increasing Hispanic population. Published in the Winter/Spring 1997 "Waycross Lifestyle".

Folder 44: VF-1008.19 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 29-Oct-02Add to your cart.

Article Title:Jury pools opened for Hispanics

Newspaper Title:Atlanta Journal Constitution

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People In Article:Bill Rankin, Maurice Tamman, Kathlene Gosselin

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, legal practices

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, juries

Brief Summary:Georgia's Supreme Court rules that the Hispanic population must be represented on county jury pools.

Folder 45: VF-1008.20 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 05-Jul-97Add to your cart.

Article Title:Illegal and essential

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Ben Butler, Bill Castro, Travis Nash, Violet Corbett, Julissa Clapp, Guillermo Tadeo, Maurilio Romolo, Tina Tadeo, Nelda RyanPlaces In Article:Valdosta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Nearly all of the 4,000 migrant workers living in Lowndes County are illegal aliens, yet they are essential to the survival of area farms.

Folder 46: VF-1008.21 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 05-Jul-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:INS handles conflicting agendas

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Kathleen Newland, Russell Parry Jr., Delbert Brand, Fred Alexander

Places In Article:Atlanta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Discusses the relationship between illegal aliens and area economics.

Folder 47: VF-1008.22 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 06-Jul-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:Many start new life at bottom

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Ernesto Alvarez, Eulalio Cirillo, Teodor Maus

Places In Article:Atlanta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Most Hispanic immigrants find relatively low paying jobs, however, they often consider this an improvement over opportunities available in their home countries.

Folder 48: VF-1008.23 Hispanics - Georgia, generalAdd to your cart.

Article Title:Against the Odds

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People In Article:Jose Israel Cortez

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Profile of Jose Cortez, an immigrant who graduated from Valdosta State University with a degree in Spanish Education. Published in the Spring 2003 "VSU Alumni Voice".

Folder 49: VF-1008.24 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 06-Mar-00Add to your cart.

Article Title:Hispanic Immigration Boom Rattles South

Newspaper Title:Washington Post

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People In Article:Sue Anne Pressley

Places In Article:Silver City, NC

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Discusses the South's rapidly increasing Hispanic population, with an emphasis on North Carolina.

Folder 50: VF-1008.25 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 15-Sep-00Add to your cart.

Article Title:Goat law causes clash

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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Places In Article:Gainesville

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:A new law makes goat slaughter illegal in residential areas of Gainesville, Georgia.

Folder 51: VF-1008.26 Hispanics - Georgia, businessesAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, business, commerce

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, Blanton's Meat and Grocery

Brief Summary:Advertisement for Blanton's Meat and Grocery.

Folder 52: VF-1008.27 Hispanics - Georgia, businessesAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, sports, soccer

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, soccer

Brief Summary:Advertisement for Hispanic soccer teams.

Folder 53: VF-1008.28 Hispanics - Georgia, businesses, 02-Apr-06Add to your cart.

Article Title:Business caters to Hispanics in Echols

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Jennifer Tanner, Teresa Moreno, Jesus Moreno, Marcus Holt, Daisy Moreno, Eddie Moreno, Eric Moreno

Places In Article:Echols County

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, business, commerce

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, business

Brief Summary:Profile of Moreno's Pizza, a business in Echols County which caters to the large Hispanic population.

Folder 54: VF-1008.29 Hispanics - Georgia, businessesAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, business, commerce

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, business

Brief Summary:Advertisement for Ortega's Mexican Store and Video.

Folder 55: VF-1008.30 Hispanics - Georgia, La OndaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspaper

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Onda

Brief Summary:October 1997 issue of "La Onda" newspaper.

Folder 56: VF-1008.31 Hispanics - Georgia, La OndaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspaper

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Onda

Brief Summary:August 1997 issue of "La Onda" newspaper.

Folder 57: VF-1008.32 Hispanics - Georgia, La OndaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspaper

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Onda

Brief Summary:November 1997 issue of "La Onda" newspaper.

Folder 58: VF-1008.33 Hispanics - Georgia, La OndaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspaper

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, La Onda

Brief Summary:September 1997 issue of "La Onda" newspaper.

Folder 59: VF-1008.34 Hispanics - Georgia, religionAdd to your cart.

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Places In Article:Valdosta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, religion

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, religion

Brief Summary:Listing of Hispanic churches and services.

Folder 60: VF-1008.35 Hispanics - Georgia, religion, 07-May-00Add to your cart.

Article Title:Helping the census

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Victoria English, Ralph Romero

Places In Article:Dasher

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, religion, sports, soccer

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, religion, soccer

Brief Summary:The Airport Church of Christ hosted an event for the Hispanic community including a soccer game and information booths to assist local Hispanic residents.

Folder 61: VF-1008.36 Hispanics - Georgia, religion, 24-Mar-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:Memorial Baptist hears program

Newspaper Title:Waycross Today

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People In Article:Acacio Hernandez, Clint Bowman, Lecel Lane

Places In Article:Waycross

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, religion

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, religion

Brief Summary:Waycross Memorial Baptist Church invites mission Bautista de laNeuva Vida to speak.

Folder 62: VF-1008.37 Hispanics - Georgia, music, 03-Nov-00Add to your cart.

Article Title:Latin Nights

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People In Article:Dean Poling, Willis Lopez, Logan Birdsong, Maria Keeffe

Places In Article:Valdosta

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, music

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, music

Brief Summary:Due to increased popularity, Valdosta establishment Maria's Lounge now offers Latin Music Night twice a month.

Folder 63: VF-1011.01 Exploring Community Heritage GHC Grant, 31-Dec-99Add to your cart.

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Folder 65: VF-1008.12 Hispanics - Georgia, mediaAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, newspapers

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, Atlanta Latino

Brief Summary:August 21, 2002 issue of the "Atlanta Latino" newspaper

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Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, music, radio, mass media

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Brief Summary:Email from Grady Lacy advertising the radio show "La Voz Latina de Valdosta" offered on WVVS. Dated 2/25/1999.

Folder 67: VF-1008.14 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 09-May-99Add to your cart.

Article Title:The outsiders' pain

Newspaper Title:Georgia Times Union

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People In Article:Marcia Mattson, Maria Espinoza, Gil Walter, Charlotte Willis, Archie Williams, Alfredo Bahena, Perry Floyd, Cheryl Hampton, Greg Stamper, Carla Bell, Brenda Luna, Deborah Kellogg, Colleen Boccasini

Places In Article:Putnam County, Florida, Volusia County, Florida, St. Johns County, Florida

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, farm workers

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers

Brief Summary:Discusses the problems faced by the more than 7,000 migrant workers who work in St. Johns, Putnam, or Volusia counties with low pay and no benefits.

Folder 68: VF-1008.15 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 06-Mar-00Add to your cart.

Article Title:Classes help migrant workers

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Victoria English, Danielle Buehrer, Mathilde Pena, Leonel Ronquillo, Mauricio Perez, Zirhank Castillo

Places In Article:Echols County

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, farm workers

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, english language classes

Brief Summary:Danielle Buehrer offers English language classes to migrant workers in the Echols County area.

Folder 69: VF-1008.16 Hispanics - Georgia, general, 20-Oct-04Add to your cart.

Article Title:When cultures clash: Doraville a microcosm of immigration problems

Newspaper Title:Atlanta Journal Constitution

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People In Article:Teresa Borden, Tamar Jacoby, John King, Adelina Nichols, Lamar Lang, Jason Anavitarte, Jason Dayette, Ray Jenkins

Places In Article:Atlanta, Doraville

Subjects in Article:Hispanic Americans, Mexican Americans, Chicanos, migrant workers, migrants, farm workers

Keywords:Hispanic, migrant workers, farm workers, Doraville, immigration

Brief Summary:Discusses immigration issues sparked in Doraville, as hundreds of illegal immigrants protested demanding driver's licenses for illegal immigrants.


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