43 items found
Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Event Name is exactly "Folk Arts in Rural Education"
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Ft. White Fourth Grade Class

Ft. White Fourth Grade Class

Date
1983-10
Description
One audio cassette. Students and teachers discuss family photographs brought in by students; scary stories; games and rhymes; jump rope rhymes.
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Interview with quilter Alva Gaston

Interview with quilter Alva Gaston

Date
1983-03-14
Description
One audio cassette. Side A Alva Gaston discusses family history; quilting; other crafts/traditions passed down through her family; canning - fig preserves. Side B Alva Gaston discusses preserving; cutting sugar cane; local cane grinding (Annie Sue and P.K. Powell); her father's blacksmith shop; family remedies.
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Interview with Charlie Mae Williams

Interview with Charlie Mae Williams

Date
1983-03-18
Description
One audio cassette. Side A Williams discusses her life history and family history; canning traditions and methods for preserving. Side B She discusses where she learned to can; her early education; making cane syrup.
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Interview with furniture maker George Wilson

Interview with furniture maker George Wilson

Date
1983-03-28
Description
One audio cassette. Mr. Wilson discusses family history; how he learned to build furniture from his father; where his father learned; how his family became involved in building cypress furniture; moving from Tampa to Lee, Florida; how he makes his furniture; why he stays in the business; time it takes to build a chair; alteration in furniture design; other family involved in the business; experiences in the woods while cutting trees for furniture; names of furniture pieces (Nusz notes that Mr. Wilson worked as he was interviewed).
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Interview with fiddler Wilborn Reaves

Interview with fiddler Wilborn Reaves

Date
1983-03-28
Description
One audio cassette. Side A Mr. Reaves discusses the history of his family and the area; how he learned to play from a traveling violinist; other family members who play music; his playing style; bands in which he played; community gatherings for music; his father, a square dance caller; quitting and starting back again with the fiddle; meeting to play with his cousin twice a year; his mother, a guitar player; his FFA quartet; different fiddles he had owned; other musical family members. Side B Mr. Reaves performs: "Sally Goodin"; "Waltz You Saved for Me" (his mother's favorite); "Orange Blossom Special"; "Rye Whiskey" (first song he learned); Mr. Reaves plays with three fingers. For images of Reaves, see S 1577, v. 22.
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Interview with singer Louise Sanders

Interview with singer Louise Sanders

Date
1983-03-17
Description
Two audio cassettes. C84-55: Side A Ms. Sanders discusses her family history - especially tragic episodes like the death of her mother by starvation and the disappearance of her son; tells jokes; sings songs and talks about the songs she sings: "It's Pretty and White" (racy birthday song); "Dying Cowgirl" (talks about but does not sing) "I Come Home the Other Night as Drunk as I can be"; "The Blind Child"; "My Father Is a Drunkard" (A Lonely Orphan Child); "The Drinking House Over the Way"; "Engineer's Child"; "The Miner's Child"; unidentified song about a mother's death; "Letter Etched in Black". Side B "My Blue Heaven"; yodeling; tongue twister "Hello Betsy; three riddles; joke about two Irishmen on the ocean; poem/rhyme about a black man being baptized; Pat and Mike joke; preacher story; joke about a rooster; joke about a bull/steer; more jokes; tells story about her early married life; tells cemetery story; sings "Skin a Flea for its Tallow"; story about falling off a wagon; story about a wild cat coming in the house. C85-56: Side A Ms. Sanders quotes a letter/poem her son wrote her husband; son's religious comments; recites several rhymes and poems; sings: "I Took My Girl to a Restaurant"; "Tree in the Hole and Hole in the Ground"; "Dying Cowgirl"; talks about her youth; sings: "The Brave Engineers"; "Put My Little Shoes Away"; "Kiss and Make It Well"; "Dear Lord Forgive"; "Dear Ole Faded Picture on the Wall"; "Sweet Lullabye"; talks about putting on plays for the school; sings: "Curtin Rize"; "It's Tough to be a Boy"; talks about her daughter reciting a book of the Bible. Side B Ms. Sanders recites the rhyme, "I'm Momma's Little Curly Head"; sings: "Whoa, Mule, Whoa" (sung by Louise's husband); recites more rhymes; tells joke about three preachers; sings: "Single Young Soldier"; "My Little Darling"; "Kiss Those Lips That You Betrayed"; "Oh, Darling You Can't Love But One"; "It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down" (about the Titanic); part of "Ole '97"; explains how to make snuff box baskets; bathroom tile gift; egg carton ice-box decoration/magnet; how to make poodles [?].
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J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural Education

J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural Education

Date
1983-03-31
Description
Two audio cassettes. Mr. Agner discusses his family and background; how he got started in music; remembers first song he learned, "I Saw the Light"; talks of his first band, The North Florida Bluegrass Boys; talks about styles he plays - bluegrass and Gospel; how he learned to play guitar; songs he learned from his father: "I Live On", "Great Speckled Bird"; talks about other family members that play; talks about cane grinding; making can syrup; speaks of plans to teach his children music and cane grinding. At the time of interview, he worked as a meat packer.
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Singing by resident at the Madison County Senior Center

Singing by resident at the Madison County Senior Center

Date
1983-04-19
Description
One audio cassette. Various female senior citizens at the Madison County Senior Citizen Center sing religious songs and spirituals. (A man comes in near the beginning and sounds as if he sings with them).

 

 

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Interview with grist miller S. M. Blackmon

Interview with grist miller S. M. Blackmon

Date
1983-06-29
Description
One audio cassette. Mr. Blackman discusses learning how to run grist mill; background of his property; discusses how the mill works; differences between old process and new (grist mill is running in background during interview).
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Interview with herbalist LaVerne Zipperer

Interview with herbalist LaVerne Zipperer

Date
1983-11-03
Description
One audio cassette. Side A Ms. Zipperer talks about her early childhood and things she learned; speaks of her children and two husbands; talks about getting 5 adopted children and 16 foster children for a total of 32 children; making a living to support the family by farming and public work; family property they live on; discusses various herbal remedies treating ailments such as infection, venereal disease, pneumonia, burns, colds; homemade shampoo; planting by the moon; talks about her parents' backgrounds; Indian and Spanish backgrounds in her family; family tradition of net making; husband taught her farming, she taught him net-making; talks about her grandmother's Indian herbal cures; strange cures. Side B Discusses natural cures further; discusses natural vs. non-natural childbirth; delivering 4 of her grandchildren; delivering animal babies; talks about making hoghead cheese.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
a_s1576_13_c84-050Ft. White Fourth Grade ClassSoundTeacher
Storytellers
Fieldwork
Elementary schools
Storytelling
Teachers
Teaching of folklore
Ghosts
Jump rope rhymes
Games
Supernatural legends
Children
Students
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a_s1576_13_c84-051Interview with quilter Alva GastonSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Family history
Canning and preserving
Sugarcane grinding
Sugarcane products
Quilting
Quiltmakers
Needleworkers
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a_s1576_13_c84-052Interview with Charlie Mae WilliamsSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Family history
Canning and preserving
Sugarcane grinding
Sugarcane products
Cane syrup
Cookery (syrups)
Life histories
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a_s1576_13_c84-053Interview with furniture maker George WilsonSoundFurniture maker
Fieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Furniture makers
Furniture making
Cypress
Woodwork
Furniture
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a_s1576_13_c84-054Interview with fiddler Wilborn ReavesSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Fiddle music
Fiddling
Music performance
Old time music
Musicians
Fiddlers
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a_s1576_13_c84-055Interview with singer Louise SandersSoundMusicians
Fieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Family history
Singing
Poetry
Old time music
Craft
Singers
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a_s1576_13_c84-057J. D. Agner, Jr. interview for Folk Arts in Rural EducationSoundFolksingers
Bluegrass music
Field recordings
Interviews
Oral narratives
Grinding (manufacturing processes)
Old time music
Syrups
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a_s1576_13_c84-058Singing by resident at the Madison County Senior CenterSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Elderly, the
Senior centers
Singing
Poetry
Religious music
Gospel songs
Religious songs
A capella singers
A capella singing
African Americans
Spiritual music
Spirituals (Songs)
Singers
Poets
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a_s1576_13_c84-059Interview with grist miller S. M. BlackmonSoundMillers
Fieldwork
Interviews
Gristmills
Milling
Occupational groups
Occupational training
Mills
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a_s1576_13_c84-060Interview with herbalist LaVerne ZippererSoundHerbalists
Fieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Life histories
Marriage
Health
Herbs
Flora
Diseases
Childbirth
Family history
Natural childbirth
Healers
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