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Collection ID is exactly "1" AND Subject is exactly "Pots"
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Capirotada (Mexican bread pudding)

Capirotada (Mexican bread pudding)

Date
1985-03-07
Description
Two color slides. Images of Mexican bread pudding cooked by Marie Castillo. In winter 1985, the Bureau joined with two folklorists to conduct a folk arts survey of the St. Johns River basin in northeastern Florida. The St. Johns River is the largest and most used river in Florida, supporting much river commerce as well as a modest amount of commercial fishing. Folklorists Mary Anne McDonald and Kathleen Figgen conducted the survey from January through March 1985 under the direction of Folklife Coordinator Blanton Owen and Bureau Chief Ormond Loomis. Documentation compiled in the survey was used to prepare and present the "St. Johns River Basin Folklife Area" at the 1985 Florida Folk Festival.
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Chef Paul McKean demonstrating dessert cooking

Chef Paul McKean demonstrating dessert cooking

Date
1987-04-29
Description
Ten color slides. Originally from New York (Long Island, then Ithaca) where he learned to bake. In 1981 he moved to Florida. He demonstrated to students soun sugar. The Folk Arts in Education Project in Palm Beach County was a joint venture between the Palm Beach County School System and the Florida Folklife Program. It was conducted between 1986 and 1987 by folklorist Jan Rosenberg with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts to add to existing social studies curriculum. The goal was to impart an appreciation of multi-ethnic traditions and provide a sense of place to the mobile student population. The project focused on the Florida Studies component for fourth grade students. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, a series of five two-day seminars to acquaint teachers with the use of folklore and folk arts, in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists. In total, the project involved 15 schools with 779 students.
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Curras Brothers and their ceramics

Curras Brothers and their ceramics

Date
1985-08-04
Description
Three color slides. The Curras were twins from Cuba who primarily made tinajones (water jugs). They came to the US in 1981 and learned ceramic making (potting) in Calabasar, near Havana. The Dade Folk Arts Survey was conducted in 1986 by folklorists Tina Bucuvalas, Nancy Nusz and Laurie Sommers in order to identify folk arts and folk artists for the special folklife area at the 34th Annual Florida Folk Festival. The traditions are mainly Haitian, Jamaican, Mexican, Bahamian, Cuban and Jewish and cover a wide range of skills and art forms.
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Donnie Gader cooking pilau

Donnie Gader cooking pilau

Date
1982-12
Description
Thirteen color slides.
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Interview with Ethel Santiago on Seminole cooking and food

Interview with Ethel Santiago on Seminole cooking and food

Date
1984
Description
Three reel to reels. Santiago discuss and demonstrates Seminole cooking. She discusses fry bread, sofkee, clan systems, proper creation and maintenance of log fireplaces (use cypress and oak), boiling, proper welcoming of guests, role of men and women and children in food preparation, cooking training, use of corn, cooking in different weather, use of fire, and stories/beliefs connected with cooking. The Seminole Video Project was a joint project between the Florida Folklife Program and WFSU-TV. Completed in Spring 1984, and financed by a Florida Endowment for the Humanities grant with the support of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the project culminated in a thirty-minute documentary entitled "Four Corners of the Earth" which profiled Ethel Santiago, a Seminole craftswoman and Tribal representative. The program addressed such issues as cultural retention within contemporary society; the role of women in Seminole society; traditional Seminole foods, arts, and medicine; and the changing emphasis on clan affiliations. The project covered Seminoles on the Big Cypress and Hollywood Reservations and at Immokalee, Florida. Raw video footage, along with the finished product, can be found in S 1615, V84-16 through V-84-24. Images from the project can be found in S 1577, v. 23, slides S83-2994 - S83-3020.
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Making cane syrup at the 1984 Rural Folklife Days

Making cane syrup at the 1984 Rural Folklife Days

Date
1984-11-14
Description
158 color slides. Includes images of cane syrup making, from grinding the sugar cane, boiling the syrup, and finally canning the end product. Done as a demonstration of the rural tradition at Rural Folklife Days. Each fall, the Stephen Foster Center and the Florida Folklife Program held a festival demonstrating the rural folk arts and traditions of North Florida, including farming, sugar cane grinding, lye soap making, and quilting. Among the rural folk artists in 1994 were quilters Bailey and Jones (slides 766-776), blacksmith Hollenback (slides 777-790), and soap makers Smith and Taylor.
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Park ranger Emory Lane and Harley Cason making cane syrup at the 1990 Rural Folklife Days

Park ranger Emory Lane and Harley Cason making cane syrup at the 1990 Rural Folklife Days

Date
1990-11-13
Description
Twenty-two color slides. This festival was held each year at the Stephen Foster Center by the Florida Folklife Program.
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Soap making at South Hamilton County Elementary School

Soap making at South Hamilton County Elementary School

Date
1982-03-18
Description
Nineteen color slides. The Folk Arts in Schools Project in Columbia and Hamilton County was a joint venture between the county school systems and the Florida Folklife Program. The project consisted of field research to identify local traditions and folk artists, and in-school programs conducted by a folklorist and traditionalist, which included visits by local folk artists.
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Syrup kettle

Syrup kettle

Date
1983
Description
One black and white print (plus negtaive)
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Views along Tamiami Trail

Views along Tamiami Trail

Date
1982
Description
Fifty-nine color slides. Images of the Tamiami Trail leading into the Miccosukke Reservation (Mikasuki), and within the reservation. Includes images of chickees; reservation buildings; items for sale to tourists; sign for a local restaurant; Everglades canals; airboats; and food cooking over an open fire. The images were created for the Florida Folklife Program's Seminole Slide and Tape Project, a program sponsored by the American Express Company in 1982-1983 to create two educational slide/tape programs for use by schools, community groups, and other educational outlets. One program dealt with sweetgrass basket making; the other on traditional Seminole patchwork. Recordings of the finished program tapes can be found in S 1576, Box 10. Teacher guides, program scripts, and documentation of the project can be found in S 1595, Box 1.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Capirotada (Mexican bread pudding)Capirotada (Mexican bread pudding)Still ImageFieldwork
Food
Food habits
Mexican American cookery
Pots
Cookware
Bread
Bread puddings
Desserts
Puddings
Cooks
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Chef Paul McKean demonstrating dessert cookingChef Paul McKean demonstrating dessert cookingStill ImageFieldwork
Classrooms
Students
Elementary schools
Schools
Education
Children
Teaching of folklore
Cookery (Sugar)
Desserts
Cooking and dining
Cookware
Pots
Demonstrations
Food preparation
Occupational folklore
Occupational groups
Cooks
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Curras Brothers and their ceramicsCurras Brothers and their ceramicsStill ImageFieldwork
Ceramics
Material culture
Pots
Craft
Cuban Americans
Potters
Artisans
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Donnie Gader cooking pilauDonnie Gader cooking pilauStill ImageArtisans
Fieldwork
Cooking and dining
Kitchens
Ovens
Pots
Minorcans
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a_s1576_t84-127Interview with Ethel Santiago on Seminole cooking and foodSoundFieldwork
Documentary videos
Interviews
Ethnicity, Seminole
Seminole Indians
Indian reservations
Native Americans
Food preparation
Cooking and dining
Demonstrations
Seminole cookery
Corn
Bread
Fireplaces
Fire
Religious rites
Cypress
Oak
Pots
Storytelling
Clans
Cookware
Cookery (Corn)
Boiling (Cookery)
Beliefs and cultures
Cooks
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Making cane syrup at the 1984 Rural Folklife DaysMaking cane syrup at the 1984 Rural Folklife DaysStill ImageArtisans
Demonstrations
Cooking and dining
Boiling (Cookery)
Sugar
Sugarcane
Sugarcane grinding
Sugarcane products
Cookery (syrups)
Outdoor cookery
Domestic arts
Equipment, domestic arts
Food
Food preparation
Food industry and trade
Pots
Cooks
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Park ranger Emory Lane and Harley Cason making cane syrup at the 1990 Rural Folklife DaysPark ranger Emory Lane and Harley Cason making cane syrup at the 1990 Rural Folklife DaysStill ImagePark rangers
Festivals
Folk festivals
Special events
Food preparation
Sugarcane
Sugarcane products
Cookery (syrups)
Syrups
Boiling (Cookery)
Outdoor cookery
Pots
Demonstrations
Sugar
Cooks
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Soap making at South Hamilton County Elementary SchoolSoap making at South Hamilton County Elementary SchoolStill ImageArtisans
Elementary schools
Education
Students
Soap
Lye
Teaching of folklore
Classrooms
Children
Pots
Cookware
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Syrup kettleSyrup kettleStill ImageFieldwork
Cane syrup
Cookery (syrups)
Pots
Kettles
Material culture
Equipment, domestic arts
Cooking and dining
Cookware
Food preparation
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Views along Tamiami TrailViews along Tamiami TrailStill ImageFieldwork
Mikasuki Indians
Native Americans
Waterways
Chickee
Buildings
Architecture
Cooking and dining
Pots
Signs (commercial)
Boats
Dolls
Restaurants
Indian reservations
Community enterprise
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