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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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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.

Access Restrictions:

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 1: PRJ-1002 TurpentineAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: ADS-1002-01C.J.J.Taylor"C.J.", 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:None

County of Residence:Pierce

Occupation:Retired US veteran, Turpentiner

Notes:Occupational folklore, Tape-recorded interview with detailed index made at 833 Allen Ave., Blackshear, GA on 07/14/02. Part of Faces of the Piney Woods internship by Tim Prizer.

Keywords:Turpentine, African American, Mayday, Echols, Faces of the Piney WoodsGenres (Controlled Vocabulary)

Personal experience narrative, occupational folklore, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 2: ADS-1002-02JuniorTaylor"Iron Man", 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Pierce

Occupation:Turpentiner, Locomotive mechanic, musician

Notes:Occupational folklife, Tape-recorded interview with detailed index made at 833 Allen Ave., Blackshear, GA on 07/14/02.  Deceased since initial contact made.  Part of Tim Prizer's original volunteer internship with SGFP.

Keywords:Turpentine, African American, Mayday, Echols

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, Personal experience narrative, occupational folklore, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 3: ADS-1002-03George, Jr.E.Music, 12-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence: Ware

Occupation:Turpentiner

Notes:Occupational folklife, Tape-recorded interview with detailed index made at George Music Rd., Waycross, GA 07/12/02.  Part of Tim Prizer's initial volunteer internship with SGFP.

Keywords:Turpentine, Mayday, Echols

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, Personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 4: ADS-1002-04Eula LeeWatkinsArnold, 30-Nov-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Lowndes

Occupation:laundry, private duty setting, hospital/friends

Notes:Interview by Laurie Sommers, done after Faces of Piney Woods project, as part of effort to get more on life of women in turpentine quarters.

Keywords:Kirkland Turpentine Camp, sharecropper. Quarters

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 5: ADS-1002-05PatriciaWetheringtonBrockington, 04-Sep-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Echols

Occupation:housewife, mother, beekeeping, turpentine bus.

Notes:Interview to get more information on life of women in turpentine camps.  Pat's late husband and his family, the Wetheringtons, employed Stick Nelson, also interviewed for Faces of Piney Woods Project. 

Father was R.G. Kaney.

Emma Godwin Kaney.

Keywords:Dayton Turpentine Camp, commissary

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stories

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 6: ADS-1002-06GillisCarter, 02-Nov-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Atkinson

Occupation:retired

Notes:Interview took place in the carport of Mr. Carter's home in Willacoochee, GA.  Part of Faces of Piney Woods Project. 

Note: Gillis also videotaped at a later time for website.

Truly a wonderful recording of a wonderful interview.  The recording, though,

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife,naval stores local history

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 7: ADS-1002-07RalphL.Dupree, 01-Dec-86Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:transportation provider for hospital patients

Notes:deceased, Interview copied from collection of Florida State Archives, originally done for the Florida Folklife Program in 1986. 

Ralph Dupree is a tradition-bearer, a cooper, who learned his craft from his father. 

Keywords:Cooper

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, coopering, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 8: ADS-1002-08Anthrom Jr.L.Green, 19-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Duval

Occupation:

Notes:Interview done at Green Home, Jacksonville, FL.  Referred by a man who called in, having heard about the project, and referred Laurie Sommers to Mr. Green.  One of three interviews LeRoy Henderson did for Faces of Piney Wood Project

Keywords:Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):

Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 9: ADS-1002-09JosephF.Johns"Cayoni (bad weather)", 16-Jan-05Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:police, ret. military, Indian artist in residence

Notes:Contacted Joseph Johns by phone through referral from his younger brother, Bobby Johns, initially in reference to turpentine research. Conducted intervews by phone and then received handwritten answers to questions about turpentine.

Keywords:shaman, woodcarver, Creek ceremonial masks, traditional Creek carving methods, Muskhogean Creek Carver

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 10: ADS-1002-10WilbertJohnson, 21-Feb-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Atkinson

Occupation:Retired

Notes:Located in the carport of Mr. Johnson's home in Willacoochee, GA.

Mr. Johnson speaks audibly and clearly throughout this interview.

Interview part of Faces of Piney Woods grant project. Referred by Gillis Carter.

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 11: ADS-1002-11Harley, Jr.Langdale, 16-Apr-02Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:The Langdale Company/Langdale Forest Products

County of Residence:Lowndes

Occupation:Forester, Chairman, Langdale Forest Products

Notes:1937 - UGA Forestry School - GA's 3rd registered Forester

Currently oldest living registered forester in state.

Intial contact for early turpentine work. Later interviewed on video tape in three installments by Laurie Sommers and Bill Muntz.

Keywords:Tarver, Council, Valdosta

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 12: ADS-1002-13AclineMelton, 06-Jan-05Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Echols

Occupation:worked in woods.

Notes:Location of interview was Melton home in Fruitland. Contact made via Billy Rowe, grandson, who works at D & A Photo in Valdosta.

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 13: ADS-1002-14L.A.Nelson"Stick", 10-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:turpentiner, woodsman

Notes:deceased, Interview location was Nelson Home in Nashville, GA.  Faces of Piney Woods project interview.  Mr. Nelson is now deceased.

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 14: ADS-1002-15WilliamCandlerTomlinson"Dub", 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:J.W. Langdale Co.

Notes:deceased, Interview location:  Statenville Library.  Faces of Piney Woods Project interview.  Tomlinson died in March 2006.

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):turpentine, personal expereince narratives, occupational folklife, food, music, naval stores, herding

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 15: ADS-1002-16ElliottWest, 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:Retired, works lawn care on occasion

Notes:Mr. West was joined in the interview by Mr. Eddie Lee Scripp (now deceased), a former turpentiner. 

The interview took place on the front porch of Mr. West's home for Faces in the Piney Woods project.

This recording, unfortunately, loses whatever it is Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 16: ADS-1002-17Willie Jr.White, 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Brantley

Occupation:Sawmill Worker

Notes:Location of interview: Solid Rock Holiness Church, just 100 or so yards behind Mr. White's home in Hoboken, GA.

Very little noise outside whatsoever.  An absolutely beautiful DAT recording of Mr. White playing his guitar and singing spirituals and gospeKeywords:gospel, spirituals, blues

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores, music, religious songs, gospel

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 17: ADS-1002-18J.F., Jr.Wilcox, 28-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Long

Occupation:Retired

Notes:Location of interview:  The kitchen table of Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox's home in Ludowici, GA.  Faces of the Piney Woods project interview,.

The sounds quality of this recording is above average, and the interview itself also provides some useful information

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stories

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 18: ADS-1002-19BerniceWilcox, 28-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Long

Occupation:N/A

Notes:Location of interview:  The kitchen table of Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox's home in Ludowici, GA.  Faces of the Piney Woods Project interview.

The sound quality of this recording is above average, and the interview itself also provides some useful information

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 19: ADS-1002-20RalphWilkerson, 22-Feb-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Ware

Occupation:Varn Wood Products, Hoboken, GA

Notes:Location of interview: The kitchen table in Mr. Wilkerson's home in Waycross, GA. Faces of the Piney Woods Project interview.

Mr. Wilkerson speaks audibly and clearly throughout this interview.

Keywords:stiller

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 20: ADS-1002-21LawrenceWilliams, 07-Jan-89Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:Surveyor

Notes:Skill:  General knowledge, memory of turpentine. Interviewed  for Florida Folklife Program, from collection in Florida State Archives, Tallahassee.

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):turpentine, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 21: ADS-1002-22BessieKincadeSmith, 06-Dec-04Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:

Occupation:domestic, Smith Nursing Home, farm workNotes:Interviewed on the front porch of Ms. Smith's home. Role of women for Faces of Piney Woods project.

Keywords:Coleman turpentine quarters

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 22: ADS-1002-23LuellaRoss, 11-Dec-06Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:Barberville Pioneer Settlement employee

County of Residence:Volusia

Occupation:agricultural worker

Notes:works at the Barverville Pioneer Settlement in Volusia County, interviewed by Sid Taylor with questions provided by Laurie Sommers, note Ross moved to FL when just a few days old

Keywords:women, turpentine quarters

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):tupentine, naval stores, occupational folklife, personal experience narratives

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 23: ADS-1002-24ClarenceTaylorAdd to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Brantley

Occupation:pastorNotes:several recordings in collection, part of original Taylor Brothers

Keywords:music, religious song

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):gospel music

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 24: ADS-1002-25StetsonKennedy, 19-Jun-06Add to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:St. Johns

Occupation:folkloristNotes:born 1916, interviewed for turpentine project

Keywords:WPA, forced labor

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentining, personal experience narratives

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 25: ADS-1002-26MajorPhillipsAdd to your cart.

Group or Organization Name:

County of Residence:Treutlen

Occupation:

Notes:

Keywords:

Genres (Controlled Vocabulary):personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Access Restriction: Access to artist data sheets is restricted: Contact the Archivist for more information.
Folder 26: CAS-1002..4.1 George E. Music, Jr., 12-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Front porch of house at 5250 George Music Rd. (mother's home), Waycross, GA

Engineer:

Fieldworker's tape #: 02.1  (First tape of interview)

Location:

Fieldworker's tape #: 02.1  (First tape of interview)

Content Summary:Music's voice recorded much quieter than that of the fieldworker.  The interview took place on the porch of Music's mother's home, and the sounds of birds, insects, dogs, wind and his mother's voice may at times be heard.

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Jamestown, Waresboro, Waycross, Baxley, turpentine camp, commissary, Satilla River, Okefinokee Swamp,

Genre:George Music, Jr., George Music, Sr., Louis Music, Diner,

Places:Eureopean American

People:turpentine, chipper, sulfuric acid, wood hack, bark hack, rosin, mule, cup-and-gutter system, dipping, hill pine, slash pine, face, Grand Ole Opry, fire ants, black panther, puller, dip iron, Hurricane Hugo, pitcher pump

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 27: CAS-1002.05.1 Willie White Interview, 06-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Front yard of informant's home at 110 Franklin St. in Hoboken, Georgia

Engineer:Tape Number: 03.1  (Fieldworker's designations)

Location:

Tape Number: 03.1  (Fieldworker's designations)

Content Summary:SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF TAPE QUALITY (background noise, etc.)

This is an excellent recording both in sound and content.  The sounds of passing cars, playing children, and barking dogs are fairly constant, but these do not intrude significantly

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Hoboken

Genre:Willie White, Jr., Frank KukesPlaces:African American

People:mules, medicine

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 28: CAS-1002-05.2 Interview with Willie White, Jr., 06-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C.  Prizer

Fieldworker:Front yard of informant's home at 110 Franklin St. in Hoboken, Georgia

Engineer:Original fieldworker number 03.2

Location:Original fieldworker number 03.2

Content Summary:This is an excellent recording both in sound and content.  The sounds of passing cars, playing children, and barking dogs are fairly constant, but these do not intrude significantly upon the voices of the informant or the fieldworker.

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, music

Technical Summary:HobokenGenre:Places:African American

People:

Groups:

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Folder 29: CAS-1002.06 Willie White Jr., 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Solid Rock Holiness Church in Hoboken, Georgia

Engineer:Original tape number 03.5. SGFP collection  CAS 1002.06 is the same as DAT 1002.08.

Location:Original tape number 03.5. SGFP collection  CAS 1002.06 is the same as DAT 1002.08.

Content Summary:As with most Digital Audio Tape recordings, this one is of splendid sound quality.  Far superior to regular cassette tapes, the DAT recorder makes all the difference in the world.  White's voice, both when speaking and when singing.

Notes:

Technical Summary:

Genre:

Places:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

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Groups:

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Folder 30: CAS-1002.07 W.C. "Dub" Tomlinson, 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Statenville Public Library

Engineer:See also Tomlinson's book, Lad in the Piney Woods, which is a memoir of his life.

Location:See also Tomlinson's book, Lad in the Piney Woods, which is a memoir of his life.

Content Summary:Good--recorded inside Stateville Public Library

Notes:personal experience narratives, occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, cowherding

Technical Summary:Echols County

Genre:

Places:European American

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Keywords:

Folder 31: CAS-1002.08.1 Elliott West, 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Front porch of Elliott West's home . in Folkston, Georgia

Engineer:Original tape number 03.3Location:Original tape number 03.3

Content Summary:This recording, unfortunately, loses whatever it is worth in content in its extremely poor sound quality.  On Mr. West's front porch the sounds of passing cars, whistling trains, buzzing bugs, bleating goats, and everything else associated with the rural-

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:

Genre:Eddie Lee Scipp

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 32: CAS-1002.08.2 Elliott West, 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Front porch of Elliott West's home  in Folkston, Georgia

Engineer:Original tape number 03.4Location:Original tape number 03.4

Content Summary:This recording, unfortunately, loses whatever it is worth in content in its extremely poor sound quality.  On Mr. West's front porch the sounds of passing cars, whistling trains, buzzing bugs, bleating goats, and everything else associated with the rural-

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine. Personal experience narratives

Technical Summary:

Genre:Eddie Lee Scipp

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 33: CAS-1002.09.1 Gillis Carter, 02-Nov-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:The carport of Mr. Gillis Carter's home at Route 2, Box 4320 in Willacoochee, GA.

Engineer:Original tape number 03.6

Location:Original tape number 03.6

Content Summary:This recording is excellent in sound quality.  Though recorded outdoors with the sound of the occasional passing automobile, the recording is surprisingly quiet and crisp.  Mr. Carter's voice is nearly always perfectly audible

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:WillacoocheeGenre:Gillis Carter, Era Carter

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 34: CAS-1002.09.2 Gillis Carter, 02-Nov-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:The carport of Mr. Gillis Carter's home at Route 2, Box 4320 in Willacoochee, GA.

Engineer:Original tape number 03.7

Location:Original tape number 03.7Content Summary:This recording is excellent in sound quality.  Though recorded outdoors with the sound of the occasional passing automobile, the recording is surprisingly quiet and crisp.  Mr. Carter's voice is nearly always perfectly audible

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narraitves

Technical Summary:WillacoocheeGenre:Gillis Carter, Era Carter

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 35: CAS-1002.10 J. F. Wilcox and Bernice Wilcox, 28-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:The kitchen table in the home of J. F. and Bernice Wilcox on RR1 in Ludowici, GA.

Engineer:Original Tape Number: 04.1 (Fieldworker's designation)

Location:Original Tape Number: 04.1 (Fieldworker's designation)

Content Summary:The sound quality of this recording is average, and there is very little background noise.  J. F. and Bernice speak fairly clearly and audibly throughout.

Notes:occupational folklife, turpentine, naval stores, food

Technical Summary:Ludowici, Tatnall CountyGenre:J.F. Wilcox, Bernice Wilcox, Tom Howard, Lawton Howard

Places:African American

People:turpentine camp, quarters, mule

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 36: CAS-1002.11 Wilburt Johnson, 21-Feb-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:The carport of Mr. Wilburt Johnson's home at 200 Project Ave. in Willacoochee, GA.

Engineer:Original tape number 04.2

Location:Original tape number 04.2Content Summary:Mr. Johnson speaks audibly throughout the recording, his deep speaking voice loud enough for the tape recorder.  The occasional car passes by his house, sometimes with music playing, but for the most part the recording is superb.

Notes:personal experience narratives, turpentine, naval stores, occupational folklife

Technical Summary:Genre:Era Carter, Gillis Carter, Wilbur Johnson

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 37: CAS-1002.12 Ralph Wilkerson, 22-Feb-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:The kitchen table in Mr. Ralph Wilkerson's home at 116 Garlington Circle in Waycross, GA.

Engineer:Original tape number 04.3Location:Original tape number 04.3

Content Summary:Mr. Wilkerson speaks audibly throughout the recording, and there is very little background noise whatsoever.

Notes:occupational folklife, personal experience narratives, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Hoboken

Genre:

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 38: CAS-1002.14.1 George E. Music, Jr., 12-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Ware County (mother's home), Waycross, GA

Engineer:Original tape number 02.1.Location:Original tape number 02.1.

Content Summary:Music's voice recorded much quieter than that of the fieldworker.  The interview took place on the porch of Music's mother's home, and the sounds of birds, insects, dogs, wind and his mother's voice may at times be heard.  These sounds do not lessen the sNotes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:Ware County

Genre:George Music, Jr., George Music, Sr.

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 39: CAS-1002.14.2 George E. Music, Jr., 12-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Ware County

      (mother's home), Waycross, GA

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Music's voice recorded much quieter than that of the fieldworker.  The interview took place on the porch of Music's mother's home, and the sounds of birds, insects, dogs, wind and his mother's voice may at times be heard.  These sounds do not lessen the sNotes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:Ware County

Genre:George Music, Jr., George Music, Sr.Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 40: CAS-1002.15.1 Junior Taylor, 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Back bedroom of the Taylor residence at 823 Allen

    Avenue in Blackshear, GA

Engineer:Original tape number 02.3

Location:Original tape number 02.3

Content Summary:Taylor's voice recorded much quieter than that of the fieldworker.  The interview took place in an un-airconditioned back bedroom of the house, and an oscillating fan causes a constant, but not distractive, droning

Folder 41: CAS-1002.15.2 Junior Taylor, 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Back bedroom of the Taylor residence at 823 Allen

    Avenue in Blackshear, GAEngineer:Original tape number 02.4

Location:Original tape number 02.4

Content Summary:Taylor's voice recorded much quieter than that of the fieldworker.  The interview took place in an un-air-conditioned back bedroom of the house, and an oscillating fan causes a constant, but not distractive, droning

Folder 42: CAS-1002.16 Turpentine BluesAdd to your cart.

Equipment Used:

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:Echols County

Engineer:Location:Content Summary:home recording, goodNotes:music, country blues, guitar

Technical Summary:Echols countyGenre:W.C. "Dub" Tomlinson

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 43: CAS-1002.17 C.J. Taylor, 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker::  Living room of the Taylor residence at 833 Allen Avenue, Blackshear, GA

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Taylor is strong spoken most of the time, which makes for a nice recording.  The sounds of Taylor's window air-conditioning unit and oscillating fan make for a constant, but not distractive, hum in the background.

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, music, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:

Genre:

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 44: CAS-1002.19 Luella Ross Interview, 11-Dec-06Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Sid Taylor

Informant Name:Sid Taylor

Fieldworker:Volusia County, FL

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, personal experience narratives

Technical Summary:

Genre:Luella Ross

Places:

African American

People:turpentine quarters, women

Groups:

Keywords:

Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: DAT-1002.01 Alton Carter and Elliott West Interview, 01-Feb-98Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay sommers

Fieldworker:Folkston

Engineer:Excerpts from this interview included in Wiregrass Ways turpentine radio program.

Location:Excerpts from this interview included in Wiregrass Ways turpentine radio program.

Content Summary:Good, but ambient sounds include cars going by on nearby road, etc.

Notes:personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine, food, natural medicine

Technical Summary:Waynesville, Baxley, Brantley County

Genre:Elliott West, Alton Carter, Harley Landale

Places:African American, European American

People:quarters, juke, commissary, Georgia Forestry Commission

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 2: DAT-1002.02 Carter and West in the Woods, 18-Apr-98Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Ware County

Engineer:material from this tape included in Wiregrass Ways Turpentine radio program.

Location:material from this tape included in Wiregrass Ways Turpentine radio program.

Content Summary:Good--includes actual sounds of working in the woods.

Notes:occupational folklife, personal experience narratives, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Ware County, WaycrossGenre:Alton Carter, Elliott West, Eddie B. Robinson

Places:African American, European American

People:chpper, hack, cup, tools

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 3: DAT-1002.03 Taylor Brothers interview, 12-Sep-99Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Blackshear, home of Junior Taylor

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Recorded outside on porch.

Notes:gospel music, personal experience narrative, naval stores, occupational folklife, turpentine

Technical Summary:

Genre:Clarence Taylor, Willie B. Taylor, C. J. Taylor, Junior Taylor

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 4: DAT-1002.04 Harley Langdale Jr. Interview, 16-Apr-02Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Valdosta

Engineer:Tape was transcribed from cassette copies, hence the Tape 1 and Tape 2 notations.

Location:Tape was transcribed from cassette copies, hence the Tape 1 and Tape 2 notations.

Content Summary:Good.Notes:naval stores, personal experience narratives, turpentine

Technical Summary:Valdosta, Council, Tarver

Genre:Harley Langdale, Jr., Ottemiers, Harley Landgale, Sr., Thalia Lee Langdale

Places:

People:Superior Pine Products, Langdale Forest Products

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 5: DAT-1002.7.1 Gillis Carter Stills for Tools VideoAdd to your cart.

Equipment Used:

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:

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Content Summary:

Notes:

Technical Summary:Genre:

Places:

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Folder 6: DAT-1002.08 Willie White Jr., 15-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Timothy C. Prizer

Informant Name:Timothy C. Prizer

Fieldworker:Solid Rock Holiness Church in Hoboken, Georgia

Engineer:Original tape number 03.5. SGFP collection  CAS 1002.06 is the same as DAT 1002.08.

Location:Original tape number 03.5. SGFP collection  CAS 1002.06 is the same as DAT 1002.08.

Content Summary:As with most Digital Audio Tape recordings, this one is of splendid sound quality.  Far superior to regular cassette tapes, the DAT recorder makes all the difference in the world.  White's voice, both when speaking and when singing

Notes:

Technical Summary:

Genre:

Places:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 7: DAT-1002.09 L.A. "Stick" Nelson interview, 10-Jul-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:LeRoy Henderson

Informant Name:LeRoy Henderson

Fieldworker:Nashville

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Lawn mower in background during part.

Notes:personal experience narratives, naval stores, turpentine, occupational folklife, calendar customs

Technical Summary:

Genre:Langdale, Poole,

Places:African American

People:quarters, woods rider

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 8: DAT-1002.10 Interview with Patricia Brockinton, 04-Sep-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Woodpecker Route, Fargo

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Good.

Notes:personal experience narrative, naval stores, turpentine, natural medicine, food, occupational folklife, calendar customs

Technical Summary:Fargo, Valdosta, Dayton Camp

Genre:Patricia Wetherington Brockinton, Robert Wetherington

Places:African American, European American

People:quarters, commissary, tally board, Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 9: DAT-1002.12 Eula Lee Arnold Interview, 30-Nov-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Valdosta

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Good.

Notes:naval stores, personal experience narratives, food, games

Technical Summary:Kirkland Turpentine Camp, Lumber City, Wheeler County, Hazelhurst, Jeff Davis CountyGenre:Eula Arnold, Jesse Watkins, Lizzie Morland Watkins, Emory Watkins

Places:African American

People:quarters

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 10: DAT-1002. 13 Bessie Kincaide Smith interview, 06-Dec-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Somers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Hahira

Engineer:Smith has a health problem that makes her voice low and raspy and breathing pronounced.

Location:Smith has a health problem that makes her voice low and raspy and breathing pronounced.

Content Summary:good

Notes:personal experience narrative, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Hahira, Florida, Coleman Camp, Mineola

Genre:Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 11: DAT-1002.14 Acline Melton interview, 06-Jan-05Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Fruitland

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:good

Notes:personal experience narrative, oral history, naval stores, turpentine, family narratives

Technical Summary:

Genre:Acline Melton

Places:

People:American Indians, narratives

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 12: DAT-1002.15 Joseph Johns  interview, 16-Jan-05Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Peabody, MA Peabody, MA

Engineer:Questionnaire in file.

Location:Questionnaire in file.

Content Summary:Phone interview, phone line buzz audible.Notes:personal experience narratives, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:

Genre:Joseph Johns, Bobby Johns

Places:Creek, Scots

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 13: DAT-1002.16 Major Phillips interview, 25-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:LeRoy Henderson

Informant Name:LeRoy Henderson

Fieldworker:Adrian

Engineer:Phillips has a speech impediment which affects the interview.  See Faces of Piney Woods web site and End of an Era article in VF.

Location:Phillips has a speech impediment which affects the interview.  See Faces of Piney Woods web site and End of an Era article in VF.

Content Summary:good quality

Notes:occupational folklife, turpentine, personal experience narrative

Technical Summary:Adrian, Soperton

Genre:Major Phillips, Marsten Kennedy, Philliips, Gillis

Places:African American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 14: DAT-1002.17 Interview with Anthrom Green, 19-Jan-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:LeRoy Henderson

Informant Name:LeRoy Henderson

Fieldworker:Jacksonville, FL

Engineer:Recorded for Faces of the Piney woods project. **Note portion of this tape is restricted.

Location:Recorded for Faces of the Piney woods project. **Note portion of this tape is restricted.

Content Summary:Green is a soft spoken but well spoken man throughout the interview.  There is very little background noise on the tape--good quality.

Notes:naval stores, games, religion, work, occupational folkilfe, turpentine, personal experience narratives

Technical Summary:Swainsboro, Soperton, Gillis Plantation, Phillips Settlement

Genre:Anthrom Green, Gillis, Coleman, Randolph

Places:African American

People:juke joints, turpentine camps

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 15: DAT-1002.19 Joseph Johns follow-up interview, 28-Feb-05Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Kay Sommers

Informant Name:Laurie Kay Sommers

Fieldworker:Peabody, MA phone interview

Engineer:See consent form in DAT-1002.15.

Location:See consent form in DAT-1002.15.

Content Summary:Phone interview, phone line buzz audible.

Notes:personal experience narratives, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Genre:Joseph Johns, Bobby Johns

Places:Creek, Scots

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 16: DAT-1002.20 L.A. Stick Nelson #2, 10-Sep-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:LeRoy Henderson

Informant Name:LeRoy Henderson

Fieldworker:Nashville

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Good

Notes:personal experience narratives, occupational folklife, turpentine, naval stores

Technical Summary:

Genre:Will Brown

Places:African AmericanPeople:Masonic order, Masons, fraternal organizations, quarters

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 17: DVD-1002.01 Harley Langdale Jr. interview, 05-May-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Valdosta, VSU Continuing Education Building

Engineer:Full transcription in file; this is too large to put online. This session also recorded on DAT-1002.05.1

Location:Full transcription in file; this is too large to put online. This session also recorded on DAT-1002.05.1

Content Summary:Good.

Notes:Personal experience narratives, naval stores

Technical Summary:Valdosa, Georgia Agrirama

Genre:Harley Langdale, Jr.,

Places:European American

People:commissary, Herty cup

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 18: DVD-1002.02 Harley Langdale Jr. Archives Interview, 05-May-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Valdosta, Continuing Education Building

Engineer:Complete transcription in file.  This session is also recorded on DAT-1002.5.2

Location:Complete transcription in file.  This session is also recorded on DAT-1002.5.2

Content Summary:Good

Notes:turpentine, naval stores, forestry, natural medicineTechnical Summary:Valdosta

Genre:Harley Langdale, Jr.

Places:European American

People:pine trees, niversity of Georgia

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 19: DVD-1002.03 Harley  Langdale Jr. Archives Interview, 05-May-03Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Valdosta, VSU Continuing Education

Engineer:Full transcription is available, but too long to place online.  This session also recorded on DAT-1002.05.3

Location:Full transcription is available, but too long to place online.  This session also recorded on DAT-1002.05.3

Content Summary:Good

Notes:personal experience narratives

Technical Summary:Valdosta

Genre:Harley Langdale, Jr.

Places:European American

People:forestry, bird dog field trials

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 20: DVD-1002.04.1 Turpentine at Agrirama #1 of 2, 10-Apr-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Tifton, Georgia Agrirama

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:good

Notes:naval stores, turpentine, ocupational folklife, festival

Technical Summary:Tifton, Georgia Agrirama

Genre:John Johnson, Grady Williams, David King, George Varn

Places:European American

People:fire still, still firing

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 21: DVD-1002.04.2 Turpentine at Agrirama #2 of 2, 10-Apr-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Georgia Agrirama, Tifton

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:good

Notes:naval stores, occupational folklife, festival

Technical Summary:Tifton, Georgia Agrirama

Genre:George Varn, Grady Williams, John Johnson, David King

Places:

People:still firing, fire still

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 22: DVD-1002.05 Turpentine at Agirama Edited, 10-Apr-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Laurie Sommers

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Georgia Agrirama, Tifton

Engineer:Footage for Faces of Piney Woods Turpentine Still Firing website.

Location:Footage for Faces of Piney Woods Turpentine Still Firing website.

Content Summary:good

Notes:occupational folklife, festival, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Georgia Agrirama, Tifton

Genre:John Johnson, David King, George Varn

Places:European American

People:turpentine fire still, still firing

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 23: DVD-1002.06.1 Turpentine-Gillis Carter #1 of 2, 05-Jun-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Tim Prizer

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Willacoochee

Engineer:Raw footage for Faces of Piney Woods turpentine website.

Location:Raw footage for Faces of Piney Woods turpentine website.

Content Summary:Good.

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:WillacoocheeGenre:Gillis Carter

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 24: DVD-1002.06.2 Turpentine-Gillis Carter #2 of 2, 05-Jun-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Tim Prizer

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Willacoochee

Engineer:Location:Content Summary:

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Willacoochee

Genre:Gillis Carter

Places:

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 25: DVD-1002.07 Turpentine-Gillis Carter Edited, 05-Jun-04Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Tim Prizer

Informant Name:Bill Muntz

Fieldworker:Willacoochee

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:

Notes:turpentine, naval stores, occupational folklife

Technical Summary:Willacoochee

Genre:Gillis Carter

Places:European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 26: DVD-1002.08 Turpentine- "End of an Era"Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:Soperton, GA

Engineer:See Georgia Forestry Magazine's article End of an Era, in collection.

Location:See Georgia Forestry Magazine's article End of an Era, in collection.

Content Summary:

Notes:occupational folklife, turpentine, naval stores

Technical Summary:Soperton, Treutlen County, Soperton Naval Stores

Genre:Major Phillips, Jim Gillis

Places:African American, European American

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 27: VHS-1002.01 Turpentine "End of an Era", 01-Jul-01Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:

Notes:

Technical Summary:

Genre:

Places:

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 28: VHS-1002.02 Entrepreneurs of Georgia Programs 1-4Add to your cart.

Equipment Used:Bill Muntz

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:Valdosta, VSU

Engineer:Any consent forms or other documentation would be with the SIFE program. Original digital tape  with Bill Muntz, VSU Satellite Services.

Location:Any consent forms or other documentation would be with the SIFE program. Original digital tape  with Bill Muntz, VSU Satellite Services.

Content Summary:Good.

Notes:local history, personal experience narrative, forestry, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:

Genre:Harley Langdale, Jr

Places:

People:

Groups:

Keywords:

Folder 29: VHS-1002.03 Spirits of the PinesAdd to your cart.

Equipment Used:Al Ike

Informant Name:

Fieldworker:Homerville

Engineer:

Location:

Content Summary:Good

Notes:occupational folklife, naval stores, turpentine

Technical Summary:Homerville

Genre:Lloyd Powell

Places:African American, European American

People:cooper, quarters

Groups:

Keywords:

Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: VF-1002.01 AT-FA papers Agirama American Turpentine Farmers Association, 28-May-04Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Olustee Research

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:turpentine

Keywords:

Brief Summary:

Folder 2: VF-1002.02 Barbour, George  M. Florida for Tourists, Invalids, and Settlers (excerpt)Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Florida for Tourists, Invalids, and Setters (excerpt)

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:George M. Barbour

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:regional histories, occupational folklife

Keywords:African Americans, customs, labor camps

Brief Summary:Barbour, George M. "Florida Folks and Families" Florida for Tourists, Invalids, and Settlers. University of Florida Press (1964): 232-238

excerpt from this larger work that deals with a 19th century African American labor camp, probably not turpentine, b

Folder 3: VF-1002.03 Baxter Rebellion, MoniacAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:The Baxter Rebellion

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:4

People In Article:Gene Barber

Places In Article:Baker County, GA

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:photocopy of article

Folder 4: VF-1002.04 Blount, Robert Spirits in the PinesAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Spirits in the Pines

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:Robert Shelley Blount III

Places In Article:Florida

Subjects in Article:local histories, occupational folklife

Keywords:naval stores

Brief Summary:Blount, Robert S. III. "Spirits of the Pine." The Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences. Fall (1992) 129-186

This is a thesis that was submitted to the Department of History. (MA)  Good background on naval stores, turpentining; some use o

Folder 5: VF-1002.05 Bordelon, Pamela, Ed., Go Gator and Muddy the Water. Writings by Zora Neale Hurston from the Federal Writers ProjectAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Go Gator and Muddy the Waters (excerpts)

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:Zora Neale Hurston, Pamela Bordelon

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:narratives, occupational folklore

Keywords:African American folklore

Brief Summary:Hurston, Zora Neale. "Go Gator and Muddy the Waters." The Federal Writers' Project. New York. WW Norton (1999) 26-27, 42-45, 70-89, 110-130

Excerpts from this work related to her 1937 field trip to Cross City and African American turpentiner folklore.

Folder 6: VF-1002.06 Brockinton, Patricia W., 11-Oct-05Add to your cart.

Article Title:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:typed notes as well as photocopied handwritten notes and a photocopied picture (poor quality)

Folder 7: VF-1002.07 Catface Turpentine Festival, 28-Oct-06Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:1

People In Article:

Places In Article:Portal, GA

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:flyer for the 25th annual Catface Turpentine Festival in Portal, GA

Folder 8: VF-1002.08 DeVine,  General History of Turpentining Ind. (agirama)Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:General History of the Turpentine Industry

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:Jerry DeVine

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:naval stores, regional histories

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:DeVine, Jerry." General History of the Turpentine Industry" Georgia Agrirana Archives, Tifton. Unpublished MS for The National Endowment for Humanities Grant  (Chapter 2)

Folder 9: VF-1002.09 Faces of the Piney Woods - GCA Folklife GrantAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:administrative file, Georgia Council for the Arts Folklife Program grant

Brief Summary:information about the GCA grant as well as applications and correspondence

Folder 10: VF-1002.10 Prizer, Tim, Internship 02-03 TurpentineAdd to your cart.

Article Title:

Newspaper Title:

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People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:information pertaining to Tim Prizer's internship, includes correspondence

Folder 11: VF-1002.11 Prizer, Tim, Faces in the Piney Woods - Internship: initial report 2002Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:"Faces" in the Piney Woods

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:58

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:initial report

Folder 12: VF-1002.12 Prizer, Tim.  Faces in the Piney Woods 2004Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:"Faces" in the Piney Woods

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:60

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:final submitted draft of "Faces" in the Piney Woods

Folder 13: VF-1002.13 Faces of the Piney Woods websiteAdd to your cart.

Article Title:

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Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:information pertaining to/about the website

Folder 14: VF-1002.14 Prizer, Tim CorrespondanceAdd to your cart.

Article Title:

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Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:printed emails between Dr. Sommers and Tim Prizer about his internship

Folder 15: VF-1002.15 Prizer, Tim, Field Journal '03Add to your cart.

Article Title:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:turpentine, naval stores

Brief Summary:photocopied handwritten notebook/journal recording the internship of Tim Prizer

Folder 16: VF-1002.16 Prizer, Tim Faces in the Piney Woods 2002-Annotated BibliographyAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:"Faces" in the Piney Woods - Annotated Bibliography

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:5

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:

Folder 17: VF-1002.17 Faces of the Piney Woods website raw materialsAdd to your cart.

Article Title:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:

Brief Summary:contains information and paper work about an intern, as well as some photocopied pictures

Folder 18: VF-1002.18 Prizer, Tim Faces of Piney Woods - original draft final reportAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:"Faces" in the Piney Woods:  Turpentine and Folklife in South Georgia

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:87

People In Article:

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:turpentine, naval stores

Keywords:turpentine, naval stores

Brief Summary:includes biographies and bibliography

Folder 19: VF-1002.19 Faces of the Piney Woods website, 25-Mar-06Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Traditions of Turpentine in South Georiga

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People In Article:

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Brief Summary:includes pictures from the website

Folder 20: VF-1002.20 Florida Folklife from the WPA songs and TranscriptionsAdd to your cart.

Article Title:

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:

Places In Article:Cross City, Florida

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:music, song, occupational folklife

Brief Summary:printed from the internet, taken from the Library of Congress American Memory Website, includes fieldwork by Stetson Kennedy and Zora Neale Hurston

Folder 21: VF-1002.21 Forest Industries Florida Folk Festival  1987 program bookAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Forest Industries

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:4-17

People In Article:

Places In Article:North Florida and South Georgia

Subjects in Article:Forestry

Keywords:timber, fire, tupentining, cruising, worm grunting

Brief Summary:Program book article from 1987 Florida Folklife Festival, based on fieldwork by folklorists with the Florida Folklife Program for a Forest Industries theme

Folder 22: VF-1002.22 Gamble,  Words and Expressions Used in Naval StoresAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Gamble's Naval Stores Year book for 1928-1929

Newspaper Title:

Page Number:

People In Article:Gamble

Places In Article:

Subjects in Article:naval stores, occupational folklife

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Gamble. "Gamble's Naval Stores Year book for 1928-1929" State Archives of Florida. Tallahassee, FL.

Good overview of terminology for naval stores.

Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: VF-1002.23 Georgia Forestry CommissionAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:J. Frederick Allen. Director

Places In Article:Georgia

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Brief Summary:photocopies of GFC phamplets

Folder 2: VF-1002.24 Georgia Forestry Comission End of an Era (Jim Gillis, Jr.)Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:End of An Era

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People In Article:Jim Gillis, Jr, Major Phillips

Places In Article:Soperton Naval Stores, Treutlen County

Subjects in Article:naval stores, occupational folklife

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Georgia Forestry Commission,  "End of An Era" Georgia Forestry, Spring (2003) 4-7, 18

Article about the last dipping of commercial naval stores in GA and the US.  Photos of Jim Gillis, Jr. and his worker, Major Phillips.

Folder 3: VF-1002.25 Green, Jim The Brotherhood Forest Industry UnionizationAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:The Brotherhood

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People In Article:Jim Green

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Subjects in Article:occupational history

Keywords:logging, timber, unions

Brief Summary:Green, Jim. "The Brotherhood." Southern Exposure vol IV, no. 1-2 (1976) 21-29.

Article about the Brotherhood of Timber Workers, unionization in the South.

Folder 4: VF-1002.26 Harrington, GeorgeAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:George W. Harrington

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Subjects in Article:turpentining

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Brief Summary:copies of correspondence to Mr. Harrington and notes taken during interviews

Folder 5: VF-1002.27 Herty, Practical Results of the Cup and Gutter SystemAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Practical Results of the Cup and Gutter System of Turpentining

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People In Article:Charles Herty

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Subjects in Article:naval stores

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Herty, Charles." Practical Results of the Cup and Gutter System of Turpentining." U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Forestry - Circular No. 34

Article by inventor of the Herty Cup.

Folder 6: VF-1002.28 Hopkins, MiltonAdd to your cart.

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Brief Summary:contians correspondence about, from, and to Mr. Hopkins, includes photocopies of items and pictures (some in poor quality)

Folder 7: VF-1002.29 Hurston, Zora - Turpentine WPAAdd to your cart.

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Folder 8: VF-1002.30 Johns, Joseph, 16-Jan-05Add to your cart.

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Brief Summary:consent form and transcript of interview

Folder 9: VF-1002.31 Johns, Joseph VF, 13-Jan-95Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Art is More Than a Definition

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People In Article:Joseph F. Johns (Cayoni)

Places In Article:Okefenokee, Altamaha, Peabody Massachusetts

Subjects in Article:wood carving

Keywords:Creek ceremonial masks, wood carving

Brief Summary:report by Patsy Phillips about Mr. Johns' talent and art form and its history, also includes photocopied newspaper clippings and printed internet pages

Folder 10: VF-1002.32 Johns, JosephAdd to your cart.

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Subjects in Article:wood carving, masks

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Brief Summary:information about scared pole and Mr. Johns' art form

Folder 11: VF-1002.33 Kennedy, Stetson Florida Folklife and the WA - An IntroductionAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:Zora Neale Hurston

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Subjects in Article:turpentine camps

Keywords:Zora Neale Hurston, turpentine camps

Brief Summary:internet article about Hurston's recollection of Negro turpentine camps

Folder 12: VF-1002.34 Kennedy, Stetson The Mark of ZoraAdd to your cart.

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Brief Summary:short article about Zora Neale Hurston

Folder 13: VF-1002.35 Kennedy, Stetson Turpentining WPA fw etc Cook, Robert and Bill DuncanAdd to your cart.

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Places In Article:Cross City, Florida

Subjects in Article:turpentining

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Brief Summary:article about turpentining in Cross City, FL - poor copy

Folder 14: VF-1002.36 Kennedy, Stetson Forced Labor in the United StatesAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Forced Labour in the United States

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People In Article:Stetson Kennedy

Places In Article:Cross City, Florida

Subjects in Article:

Keywords:turpentine camps, labor camps, peonage

Brief Summary:Kennedy, Stetson. "Forced Labour in the United States" World Trade Union Movement, No.2 (1953)

Article by Kennedy drawn in part from his WPA fieldwork at the Cross City, Florida, turpentine camps in 1937.

Folder 15: VF-1002.37 Langdale, Harley Jr.Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Harley Langdale Jr.

Places In Article:Valdosta, GA

Subjects in Article:forestry business

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Brief Summary:copies of information pertaining to Harley Langdale Jr., including newspaper clippings from 2003 and 2004

Folder 16: VF-1002.38 Langdale, Harley Jr. Georgia's Oldest-Registered Active ForesterAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Georgia's Oldest-Registered-Active Forester!...Still Going storng at 89

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People In Article:Harley Langdale Jr.

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Subjects in Article:naval stores, local history, oral history

Keywords:forestry, turpentining, Langdale Forest Products

Brief Summary:Georgia Forestry Commission . "Georgia's Oldest-Registered-Active Forester!...Still Going strong at 89" Georgia Forestry. Fall /Winter (2003) 6-9

Folder 17: VF-1002.39 Lauriault, Robert From Can to Can't - the Norht Florida Turpentine Camp 1900-1950Add to your cart.

Article Title:From Can To Can't: The North Florida Turpentine Camp, 1900-1950

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People In Article:Robin Lauriault

Places In Article:Florida

Subjects in Article:naval stores, oral histories, local histories, occupational folklife

Keywords:turpentine, camp, peonage, commissary

Brief Summary:Lauriault, Robin. "From Can't To Can't: The North Florida Turpentine Camp, 1900-1950." The Florida Historical Quarterly, vol. 67, issue 3, January (1989) 310-328

Folder 18: VF-1002.40 Maunder, Edwood R. Voices From the South - Recollections o fFour ForestersAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Voices From The South - Recollections of Four Foresters

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People In Article:Elwood R. Maunder

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Subjects in Article:naval stores, oral histories

Keywords:forestry, turpentine, moonshine

Brief Summary:Maunder, Elwood R. "Voices From The South - Recollections of Four Foresters." Forest History Society. Santa Cruz, CA (1972)

Housed in Cary Austin papers UF special collections.

Folder 19: VF-1002.41 Melton, Acline, 06-Jan-05Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Acline Melton

Places In Article:Dupont/Fruitland, GA

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Brief Summary:transcript/summary of interview with Acline Melton, includes consent form and copy of thank you note

Folder 20: VF-1002.42 Mobley, TR Turpentine ProductionAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Old Days and Old Ways in South Georgia excerpt

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People In Article:T.R. Mobley

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Subjects in Article:naval stores, oral history

Keywords:turpentine, rolling stores

Brief Summary:Mobley, T.R. "Old Days and Old Ways in South Georgia."  Rural Southern Georgia Flashbacks. 37-46, PUB-1001/17 (1998) Self published

Excerpts dealing with turpentine and rolling stores.

Folder 21: VF-1002.43 Music, George Jr.Add to your cart.
Article Tilte:Newspaper Title:Page Number:People In Article:George Music, Jr., Tim PrizerPlaces In Article:Waycross, GASubjects in Article:turpentiningKeywords:Brief Summary:list of interview questions
Folder 22: VF-1002.44 Music, George Jr., 12-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Article Title:

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People In Article:George Music, Jr., Time Prizer

Places In Article:Waycross, GA

Subjects in Article:turpentining

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Brief Summary:transcript of interview

Folder 23: VF-1002.45 Nelson, LA "Stick", 16-Jan-04Add to your cart.

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Brief Summary:photocopy of obituary and a letter of appriciation to the family of Mr. Nelson, also includes notes

Folder 24: VF-1002.46 Olmstead, Frederick LawAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Turpentine and Naval Stores

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People In Article:Frederick Law Olmstead

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Subjects in Article:turpentining

Keywords:distillation, rosin, tar, pitch, slaves

Brief Summary:printed from the internet (no website given), includes photos

Folder 25: VF-1002.47 Parker, Stephen Echos frm Sand MountainAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Echos From Sand Mountain

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People In Article:Stephen Parker, Wootten family

Places In Article:Sand Mountain, Alabama

Subjects in Article:music, religious songs, acapella singing, shapenote

Keywords:sacred harp

Brief Summary:Parker, Stephen. "Echos From Sand Mountain." First published in  Prairie Harmony Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 3, July (1991)

web source: http://www.fasola.org/introduction/echo.html

Description by a northern singer of experiences at Sand Mountain, AL, home o

Folder 26: VF-1002.48 Sampson, William C. consent form for use of SGFP Turpentine Video, 26-Jul-05Add to your cart.

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Brief Summary:consent form foruse of SGFP turpentine video, signed by William C. Sampson

Folder 27: VF-1002.49 Schmier, Louis For him the Schwartzers Couldn't Do EnoughAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:"For Him the "Schwartzers" Couldn't Do Enough"

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People In Article:Louis Schmier

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Subjects in Article:local history

Keywords:turpentine camps, African American, peddlers, Jewish, Jews

Brief Summary:Schmier, Louis. "For Him the "Schwartzers" Couldn't Do Enough": A Jewish Peddler and His Black Customers Look at Each Other. American Jewish History, September (1983) LXXIII, no I, 56-70

Folder 28: VF-1002.50 Smith, Bessie Kincade, 06-Dec-04Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Bessie Kincade Smith

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Brief Summary:copies of correspondence and consent form

Folder 29: VF-1002.51 Smith, Bessie Kincade, 15-Dec-04Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Bessie Kincade Smith

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Brief Summary:copy of correspondence and notes

Folder 30: VF-1002.52 Smith, Wayne (UF) The 'Tep 'N' Tine Business Still Restoration/ed center UFAdd to your cart.

Article Title:The "Tep 'N' Time" Business

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People In Article:Wayne Smith

Places In Article:Florida

Subjects in Article:naval stories, local histories, regional histories

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Smith, Wayne." The "Tep 'N' Time" Business" Florida Forests, Spring (2003) 12-15

Folder 31: VF-1002.53 The Story of Decatur County's Carpet of Gold, Turpentining 1889-1986 LivingstonAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:The Story of Decatur County's Carpet of Green Gold, Turpentining 1889-1986

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People In Article:Mayo Livingston, Jr.

Places In Article:Decatur County

Subjects in Article:naval stores, local histories

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Livingston, Mayo Jr. "The Story of Decatur County's Carpet of Green Gold, Turpentining 1889-1986" Southwest Georgia Regional Library

# 3 4520 00092750 6

Folder 32: VF-1002.54 Taylor, C.J., 01-Oct-99Add to your cart.

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People In Article:C.J. Taylor

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Brief Summary:copy of correspondence

Folder 33: VF-1002.55 Taylor, ClarenceAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:Rev. Clarence Taylor

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Brief Summary:copy of letter to Dr. Sommer from Rev. Taylor, as well as transcript of interview

Folder 34: VF-1002.56 Thomas, McCranie's Turpentine StillAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:McCranie's Turpentine Still

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People In Article:Kenneth Thomas, McCranie

Places In Article:Willacoochee, McCranie's turpentine still

Subjects in Article:naval stores, local histories

Keywords:turpentine still

Brief Summary:Thomas Jr., Kenneth H." McCranie’s Turpentine Still "University of Georgia Institute of Community and Area Development. Archived material, Georgia Southern University Special Collections, Statesboro. (1976) 

The title of Thomas’ article is a bit mislea

Folder 35: VF-1002.57 Tolle, Marie (Nelsons), 28-Nov-00Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Laura Newman

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Page Number:18

People In Article:Marie Tollie, Laura Newman

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Brief Summary:consent form and paper of Laura Newman interview

Folder 36: VF-1002.58 Tomlinson, W.C. "Dub"Add to your cart.

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People In Article:W.C. Tomlinson

Places In Article:Echols County, South Georiga

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Brief Summary:includes obituary, newspaper clipping, consent form, map of Echols County, and transcript of interview

Folder 37: VF-1002.59 Tomlinson, W.C. "Dub"Add to your cart.

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Brief Summary:photocopied notes and newspaper clipping

Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: VF-1002.60 Turpentine JakeAdd to your cart.

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Places In Article:Turpentine Jake - a play

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Brief Summary:Folder contains correspondence pertaining to the play, a copy of the drama, as well as other documentation

Folder 2: VF-1002.61 University of Florida Video Copies, 15-May-07Add to your cart.

Article Title:

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Places In Article:turpentine videos

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Brief Summary:contains emails about (location, availabilty) of the Turpentine dvds (video documentation)

Folder 3: VF-1002.62 Valdosta - World's Largest Naval Stores MarketAdd to your cart.

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Brief Summary:information pertaining to the Valdosta-Lowndes Historical Society

Folder 4: VF-1002.63 Varn, GeorgeAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:George Varn

Places In Article:"Faces" in the Pines

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Brief Summary:a thank you letter from Laurie Sommers to Mr. Varn

Folder 5: VF-1002.64 Waldorf Turpentine CommissaryAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:The Turpentine Commissary : Sustenance & Servitude in the Pine Woods

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People In Article:Gwendolyn B. Waldorf

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Subjects in Article:naval stores, local histories, regional histories, oral histories, food

Keywords:turpentine, peonage, commisssary

Brief Summary:Waldorf, Gwendolyn B. "The Turpentine Commissary : Sustenance & Servitude in the Pine Woods." (1996)Tallahassee, FL: Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science. Archived material, Georgia Southern University Special Collections, Statesboro.   

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Folder 6: VF-1002.65 White, Willie, 05-May-05Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Willie "Coon" White

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Brief Summary:2 thank you notes (both dated 05/05/05) and a short biography

Folder 7: VF-1002.66 Wilcox, J.F. and Bernice, 28-Jan-03Add to your cart.

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People In Article:J.F. and Bernice Wilcox

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Brief Summary:consent form, tape log, thank you note, and short biography

Folder 8: VF-1002.67 Williams, Lawrence (see Dupree-Cooper), 07-Jan-89Add to your cart.

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Brief Summary:Department of State Division of Historical Resources Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs

Folder 9: VF-1002.68 Wilkerson, Ralph, 05-May-05Add to your cart.

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People In Article:Ralph Wilkerson

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Brief Summary:thank you note and short biography

Folder 10: VF-1002.69 Winaster, Turpentine Man WPA - American Memory FloridaAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Turpentine Man

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People In Article:C.W. Wimster

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Subjects in Article:naval stores, oral history

Keywords:turpentine

Brief Summary:Wimster, C.W. "Turpentine Man." American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940

web source:

http:leweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?wpa:1:./temp/~ammam_4o1W

From American Memory collection online of WPA interviews.

Folder 11: VF-1002.70 Wright, Gay GoodmanAdd to your cart.

Article Tilte:Turpentining: An Ethnohistorical Study of a Southern Industry and Way of Life

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People In Article:Gay Goodman Wright

Places In Article:Homerville, South Georgia

Subjects in Article:naval stores, local histories, oral histories, regional histories, food, occupational folklife

Keywords:turpentine camp, ethnography

Brief Summary:Wright, Gay Goodman. "Turpentining: An Ethnohistorical Study of a Southern Industry and Way of Life. MA Thesis, University of Georgia (1979)

Based on extensive fieldwork: Wright also consulted on Spirit of the Pines video.  One of best sources for 1970s

Folder 12: VF-1002.71 Forestry, 27-Apr-97Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Turning trees into timber

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Joe Dunlop, J.W. Langdale, Harley Langdale Sr., Jim Hickman, Harley Langdale Jr.

Places In Article:Valdosta

Subjects in Article:forestry, logging, sawmilling

Keywords:Langdale Forest Products Company

Brief Summary:A brief profile of the Langdale Forest Products Company, a  Valdosta based lumber facility.

Folder 13: VF-1002.72 ForestryAdd to your cart.

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Places In Article:Georgia

Subjects in Article:agriculture, forestry, silvaculture

Keywords:Georgia Forest Facts, Georgia Forestry Commission

Brief Summary:Pamphlet entitled "Georgia's Forest Facts" created by the Georgia Forestry Commission.

Folder 14: VF-1002.73 Forestry, 14-Jul-02Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Forest flourishes thanks to fire

Newspaper Title:Atlanta Journal Constitution

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People In Article:Charles Seabrook, Ron Masters, Allen Dozier, Lane Green, Herbert Stoddard

Places In Article:Thomasville

Subjects in Article:agriculture, forestry, silvaculture, slash and burn agriculture, swidden agriculture

Keywords:Slash and burn agriculture, Wade Tract, Tall Timbers Research Station

Brief Summary:Discusses the benefits of utilizing controlled fire to encourage forest growth and health.

Folder 15: VF-1002.74 Forestry, 31-Mar-01Add to your cart.

Article Tilte:Georgia's forest community rallies against Canadian lumber imports

Newspaper Title:Valdosta Daily Times

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People In Article:Jimmy Carter, Rosalynn Carter

Places In Article:Albany

Subjects in Article:agriculture, forestry, silvaculture, sawmilling, logging

Keywords:Lumber, Canadian Softwood Lumber Agreement

Brief Summary:Brief overview discussing the impact of the Canadian Softwood Lumber Agreement on Georgia forestry.

Folder 16: VF-1002.75 Kennedy, StetsonAdd to your cart.

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People In Article:Stetson Kennedy, Zora Neale Hurston

Places In Article:Cross City, FL, Jacksonville, FL, St. Johns County, FL

Subjects in Article:turpentine, naval stores, forced labor

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Brief Summary:Partial detailed index of interivew with Stetson Kennedy at his home in Florida about the background to his turpentine interviews during the WPA and in the early 1950s for the UN regarding forced labor


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