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Cane grinding at Dudley Farm complex

Cane grinding at Dudley Farm complex

Date
1989-11
Description
Ninety-seven color slides. Images of cane grinding at the Dudley Farms complex. Today a state park, Dudley Farms had been used as the Dudley family farm since the 1840s. Donated to the state in 1984 by Myrtle Dudley, the Bureau of Florida Folklife was contracted by the Florida Park Service to survey the sugarcane grinding complex at the farms. The final result, as a report of the findings,is available in S 1597.
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Cane grinding at the Dudley Farm complex

Cane grinding at the Dudley Farm complex

Date
1989-11
Description
Twelve proof sheets with 384 black and white images. Images of cane grinding at the Dudley Farms complex. Today a state park, Dudley Farms had been used as the Dudley family farm since the 1840s. Donated to the state in 1984 by Myrtle Dudley, the Bureau of Florida Folklife was contracted by the Florida Park Service to survey the sugarcane grinding complex at the farm. The final result was a report of the Bureau's findings, available in S 1597. Logs are included with the proof sheets.
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Friday program at the 1996 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)

Friday program at the 1996 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)

Date
1996-05-24
Description
One audio cassette tape. Kerchmar served as emcee. Liliane Louis, Haitian storyteller, talks about the history of stories and tells: "The Smart-Ugly Student" and "The Charcoal Man". Sally Jones discusses her child hood in the White Springs area and talks about African-American culture, self-sufficiency and farming processes. Jones talk continues on C96-50.
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Interview with basket maker Lucreaty Clark

Interview with basket maker Lucreaty Clark

Date
1978-04-14
Description
One audio cassette. Side 1: Clarke, born in Jefferson County in 1904, started making white oak baskets when she was 13. She learned to do so from her parents and grandparents and discusses the types of baskets she made and explains how she makes them. She also discusses her grandparents - - who were once slaves - - and talks about the changes Lamont, Florida, has undergone throughout the years. In addition, she talks about planting and harvesting collards, peas, sweet corn, tomatoes, okra, and snap beans, and she discusses cooking collards and snap beans. Side 2: Clarke continues her discussion on foods and wild plants like the palm tree bud [??], polk salad (poisonous), elephant ears, tanion, and pepper grass. Also, she describes home remedies such as mint, ragweed, tallow, turpentine and camphos, castor oil and turpentine, cow water (for whooping cough), "Yellow Gal" (for fever), asaphidity bag. Further, she talks about growing up on a plantation, travels to Syracuse, New York, New Jersey, and Naples, Florida, talks about her relatives, and discusses finishing baskets by soaking them in water for a brown finish.
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Interview with butcher Benjamin Willard Redditt

Interview with butcher Benjamin Willard Redditt

Date
1993-12-03
Description
One audio cassette. An interview with butcher Redditt. He discusses learning commercial butchering; family farm butchering; Orlando pre-Disney World; history of commercial butchers; smoking and preserving meat; and hogs as a food source. For more information, see file in S 1664, box 5, folder 31.
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Interview with Captain Eddie Baker

Interview with Captain Eddie Baker

Date
1986-07-16
Description
Two audio cassettes. Interview with Captain Eddie Baker. Born in Georgia, Baker moved to Mayport in the 1920s, and worked as a captain for several fish houses. He discusses growing up around fishing and farming; farming techniques; learning the trade; recreational fishing; eating and cooking fish; skippering shrimp boats; economic aspects of shrimping; immigrant fishers in Mayport; regulations of fishing; World War II in Florida; bait; weather lore; superstitions and folklore; dangers of shrimping; and race relations. Between 1986 and 1987, a partnership between the Florida Folklife Program and the American Folk Center created the Maritime Heritage Survey Project. Focusing on the Gulf and Atlantic fishing cultures, and utilizing photographs, slides, oral histories, and on-site interviews, the survey climaxed with a demonstration area at the 1987 Florida Folk Festival. The three main researchers were Nancy Nusz, Merri Belland, and project director David Taylor. Additional information on the project can be found in Taylor's project files in S 1716.
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Interview with farmers Sam and Jessie Perry

Interview with farmers Sam and Jessie Perry

Date
1980-10-29
Description
One reel to reel. Interview with farmers who were neighbors of Lucreaty Clark (she also talks on the recording). Topics include farming, farm animals, marriage, wood stoves, cane grinding, chores, railroad work, and mules. For images of Perry's farm, see S 1577, box 17, box 83.
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Interview with Fred Williams

Interview with Fred Williams

Date
1983-04-16
Description
Two audio cassettes. C83-104: Williams, born in Sneads, Florida, in 1923, discusses being raised in a rural farming family in Jackson County, Florida; joining the Army and using his disabled veterans' pension to start his own farm; the character of his family; life during the "Hoover Days" of the Depression; the Wesleyan Church creating a sense of civic community; farming under President Roosevelt's government policies; serving in the military and being injured in Europe during World War Two; being disabled; family sayings; and sacred harp singing in northern Alabama. In addition, he also talks about hog killing, smoking meat, mule plowing and other routines on the farm. C83-105: Williams talks about making homemade brooms; giving homemade brooms and bonnets to the elderly; the proliferation of modern technology; physical and mental challenges involved in farming; attending church revivals and going fishing in the summertime; training mules; and serenadings, weddings, and cane grindings. In addition, he remarks upon black quartet singing, his marriage, his political career and political outlook, and his religious views, including his outlook on the bible, Israel, and his favorable regard for Jews.
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Interview with Ida Sessions

Interview with Ida Sessions

Date
1983-05-05
Description
One audio cassette. Sessions, a quilter, was born in Winston County, Alabama, and was eighty-two years old at the time of the interview. In the interview, she discusses coming to Winter Garden, Florida, in the 1920s; learning to quilt from her mother; the tools and methods used in quilting; and quilting patterns such as "rail fence", "trip around the world", "butterfly," "girl with umbrella" and others. In addition, she describes growing up on a farm and planting crops by signs and omens.
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Interview with Lloyd Earl McMullian, Sr.

Interview with Lloyd Earl McMullian, Sr.

Date
1983-04-16
Description
Two audio cassettes. C83-102: Macmillan discussed how Two Egg, Florida, and Paramour, Florida, were named; his birth in Grand Ridge, Florida, in 1910; his and his father's work in turpentining; getting into the farming business after the turpentining industry's decline; farming with mules and, later, with tractors in the 1930s; raising peanuts, soy beans, and corn; his son's work in cattle farming; blacksmithing; canning and preserving food; and magic and omens in farming. He also tell stories about voting Republican due to promises of racial equality and talks about "Hoover Days" and the Depression; old farming sayings and practices; and making moonshine from cane skimmings. C83-103: McMullian discusses visiting the Florida Folk Festival; collecting antique engines as a hobby; the turpentining process; tally calls and tally boards; "raking" trees; enjoying his work in the turpentine industry; bank loans; and trains and business transportation. In addition, he tells a story about the first toilet he ever saw and talks about losing crops in droughts and from nematodes; his father's employment in a large farm; fiddle and piano music and dances; Sacred Harp music; African-Americans; square dancing and clogging; serenades, housewarmings, and quilting parties; and farming in cold weather.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Cane grinding at Dudley Farm complexCane grinding at Dudley Farm complexStill ImageFarmers
Farm buildings
Farm life
Farm workers
Sugarcane
Sugarcane grinding
Agriculture
Material culture
Family farming
Cash crops
Sugar crops
Architecture
Food industry and trade
Structures
Cane syrup
Food preparation
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Cane grinding at the Dudley Farm complexCane grinding at the Dudley Farm complexStill ImageFarmers
Farm buildings
Agriculture
Architecture
Structures
Family farming
Farm life
Farm workers
Farms
Sugar crops
Sugarcane grinding
Sugarcane products
Cane syrup
Material culture
Tools
Agricultural implements
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a_s1576_63_c96-049Friday program at the 1996 Florida Folk Festival (Folklife Area Narrative Stage) (Tape 2)SoundStorytellers
Farmers
Folk festivals
Folklore revival festivals
Festivals
Special events
Performing arts
Oral performance
Oral narratives
Personal experience narratives
Life histories
Local history
Family farming
African Americans
Farm life
Arts, Haitian
Storytelling
Haitian Americans
Family history
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a_s1576_02_c78-047Interview with basket maker Lucreaty ClarkSoundBasket maker
Interviews
Basket work
Basket making
Basketry
African Americans
White oak
Family history
Life histories
Agriculture
Family farming
Seed crops
Food preparation
Food habits
Plants
Flora
Harvesting
Healers
Medicine
Fieldwork
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a_s1664_07_tape61Interview with butcher Benjamin Willard ReddittSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Personal experience narratives
Oral histories
Life histories
Oral history
Occupational groups
Occupational folklore
Meat
Food preparation
Occupational training
Smoked meat
Family history
Family farming
Butchers
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a_s1592_07_fmp86-adt002Interview with Captain Eddie BakerSoundFieldwork
Interviewing
Interviews
Life histories
Sound recordings
Oral histories
Fishers
Occupational groups
Boats and boating
Seafood gathering
Family history
Maritime life
Maritime folklore
Occupational folklore
Folklore
Labor
African Americans
Family farming
Religion
Beliefs and cultures
World War, 1939-1945
Shrimpers (persons)
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a_s1576_t80-105Interview with farmers Sam and Jessie PerrySoundFieldwork
Interviews
African Americans
Family farming
Sugarcane grinding
Agriculture
Farm life
Animals
Domestic animals
Stoves, Wood
Equipment, domestic arts
Personal experience narratives
Life histories
Farmers
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a_s1576_10_c83-104Interview with Fred WilliamsSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Local history
Oral histories
Life histories
Personal experience narratives
Turpentine industry and trade
Turpentining
Agriculture
Farm life
Family farming
Great Depression
New Deal, 1933-1939
Musical tradition, sacred
Shape note singing
World War, 1939-1945
Broom making
Farmer
Broom makers
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a_s1576_10_c83-106Interview with Ida SessionsSoundQuiltmakers
Needleworkers
Fieldwork
Interviews
Local history
Oral histories
Life histories
Personal experience narratives
Quilting
Quilts
Elderly, the
Farm life
Family farming
Great Depression
Needlework
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a_s1576_10_c83-102Interview with Lloyd Earl McMullian, Sr.SoundTurpentiners
Farmer
Fieldwork
Interviews
Local history
Oral histories
Life histories
Personal experience narratives
Turpentine industry and trade
Turpentining
Agriculture
Farm life
Family farming
Great Depression
Tractors
Mules
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