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1984 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

1984 Summer Folk Culture Seminar

Date
1984-07-23
Description
Nine audio cassettes. Liz Simmons, folklorist and teacher from California, leads discussion with teachers on folklore and the place of jokes, legends, and games in folklore. Topics include Zora Neale Hurston; African American folklore; writing folklore; memory and expressive writing; tooth fairy stories; reinforced roles and stereotypes; politics, race and gender in folklore; teaching folklore; children's games; naming traditions; children's folklore; Jack Tales; and family folklore and stories.
Collection
Basket maker Mebelen Holloway teaching pine needle basket making to Hamilton County High School students

Basket maker Mebelen Holloway teaching pine needle basket making to Hamilton County High School students

Date
Description
Sixteen color slides. Students making baskets under the tutelage of Holloway. Images also incldue teacher Hargrett helping students 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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Children's games at Niblack Elementary School

Children's games at Niblack Elementary School

Date
1981-11-16
Description
One audio cassette. Images of the students can be found in S 1577, volume 12. 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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Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Emmanuel Gombos (Video 22-23)

Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Emmanuel Gombos (Video 22-23)

Date
1987-11
Description
Two video cassettes. 20 minutes. (Copy can be found on FV-10, S 1615.) Emmanuel Gombos (influential church lay leader and local high school Greek teacher) on the unique Greek heritage of Tarpon Springs; scenes of local Greek organizations. Created for the Every Island Has Its Own Song project. The finished product was a documentary about Nikitas Tsimouris, a Greek bagpipe player, and his family, and the Tarpon Springs Greek community he lived in. A co-production of WEDO-TV and the FFP, it was funded in part by the Florida Endowment for the Humanities. Offenbach narrated. Folklorist Michael researched, wrote and produced, and Yvonne Bryant was assistant producer.
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Folk Arts program at Niblack Elementary School

Folk Arts program at Niblack Elementary School

Date
1981-11-18
Description
Twenty-four color slides. Educational folklife program in which stduents brought in family traditional artifactas, and musicians Huggins (guitar) and Sconyers (fiddle) played old-time music.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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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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Golden Age Project program at Niblack Elementary School

Golden Age Project program at Niblack Elementary School

Date
1981-11-24
Description
Six color slides. Older residents answering student questions about traditional crafts. 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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Hamilton Middle School students at Oliver Hunter's farm

Hamilton Middle School students at Oliver Hunter's farm

Date
1982-04-23
Description
One proof sheet with 17 black and white images (plus negatives) Location of Hunter's property is unidentifed. For more images of Hunter's tools, see S 1577, volume 11, slides S82-1016 - S82-1040. 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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Interview with educator Margaret Sanchez

Interview with educator Margaret Sanchez

Date
1985-03-05
Description
One audio cassette. Interview with Seville Elementary School principal Sanchez about the local Latino/Mexican American community. Sanchez was born and raised in Colorado, and became principal in 1982. In winter 1985, the Bureau contracted 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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Interview with jazz musician Hal (Fess) Andrews

Interview with jazz musician Hal (Fess) Andrews

Date
1981-11-03
Description
Two reel to reels. Poor audio quality in some areas. Interview with Pensacola-based jazz musician Andrews. He discusses learning music; attending Tuskegee Institute; teaching chemistry in Pensacola; varities of jazz music; working with artists like Cab Calloway and Duke Ellington; working for a radio station in New York City; leading a big band in the 1940s and 1950s; and various nightclubs in the Pensacola area. Copied onto audiocassettes C83-5 & C83-6.  
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a_s1576_14_c84-0931984 Summer Folk Culture SeminarSoundTeacher
Conferences and seminars series
Seminars
Teaching of folklore
Education
Teachers
Folklife
Jack tales
Marchen
Storytelling
Tales
Children
Family history
Writing
Naming practices
Jokes
Beliefs and cultures
Educators
Folklorists
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Basket maker Mebelen Holloway teaching pine needle basket making to Hamilton County High School studentsBasket maker Mebelen Holloway teaching pine needle basket making to Hamilton County High School studentsStill ImageBasket maker
Education
Students
Classrooms
Schools
Teaching of folklore
Basket making
Basketry
Teachers
Teenagers
Pine needle crafts
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a_s1608_02_tape03Children's games at Niblack Elementary SchoolSoundElementary schools
Classrooms
Hand-clapping games
Teachers
Folklore
Children
Oral education
Oral performance
Students
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Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Emmanuel Gombos (Video 22-23)Fieldwork for Every Island Has Its Own Song: Interview with Emmanuel Gombos (Video 22-23)Moving ImageTeacher
Fieldwork
Interviews
Teachers
Local history
Emigration and immigration
Greek Americans
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Folk Arts program at Niblack Elementary SchoolFolk Arts program at Niblack Elementary SchoolStill ImageMusicians
Education
Classrooms
Schools
Teaching of folklore
Fiddlers
Fiddling
Teachers
Children
Elementary schools
Artifacts
Guitarists
Students
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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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Golden Age Project program at Niblack Elementary SchoolGolden Age Project program at Niblack Elementary SchoolStill ImageEducation
Teaching of folklore
Elderly, the
Classrooms
Elementary schools
Teachers
Children
Demonstrations
Students
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Hamilton Middle School students at Oliver Hunter's farmHamilton Middle School students at Oliver Hunter's farmStill ImageTurpentiners
Fieldwork
Farms
Agricultural implements
Agriculture
Plows
Turpentining
Trees
Teachers
Teaching of folklore
Demonstrations
Tools
Occupational groups
Farmers
Students
Teenagers
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a_s1714_04_tape61Interview with educator Margaret SanchezSoundFieldwork
Interviewing
Interviews
Sound recording
Labor
Occupational groups
Education
Teachers
Teaching
Elementary school principals
Life histories
Oral histories
Oral narratives
Schools
Curricula
Pedagogy
Educators
School principals
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a_s1576_t82-005Interview with jazz musician Hal (Fess) AndrewsSoundFieldwork
Interviews
Oral histories
Life histories
African Americans
Big band music
Musicians
Education
Personal experience narratives
Jazz music
Ragtime music
Ragtime songs
Teachers
Radio stations
Dance music
Nightclubs
African Americans Segregation
Jazz songs
Popular songs
Music business
Music performance
Jazz musicians
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