1274 items found
Collection ID is exactly "11" AND Subject is exactly "Material culture"
African American man cutting up sugar cane

African American man cutting up sugar cane

Date
1985 (circa)
Collection
African American man turpentining.

African American man turpentining.

Date
1980 (circa)
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
F202424African American man chipping at a tree to collect turpentine.Ethnicity, African American
Turpentiners
Occupational groups
Industry, Turpentining
Conifers
Pine
Solvents industry
Material culture
African American turpentine industry workers
Turpentine industry and trade
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FA0519African American man cutting up sugar caneCrops
African American agricultural laborers
Sugarcane industry
Harvesting
Ethnicity, African American
Material culture
Agriculture
African American men
Occupational groups
Sugar cane workers
Armor
Machetes
Sugarcane
Occupations, Agricultural
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F2024213African American man extracting turpentine from a pine tree by putting acid on the barkEthnicity, African American
Turpentiners
Occupational groups
Industry, Turpentining
Conifers
Pine
Solvents industry
Material culture
African American turpentine industry workers
Turpentine industry and trade
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FA12114African American man standing by tractor loaded with barrels of rosin for turpentineConifers
Industry, Turpentining
Turpentiners
Occupational groups
Pinaceae
Pine
Turpentining
Solvents industry
Turpentine industry and trade
Shades and shadows
Barrels
Gums and resins
Tractors
African American turpentine industry workers
Material culture
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F202422African American man turpentining.Ethnicity, African American
Turpentiners
Occupational groups
Industry, Turpentining
Conifers
Pine
Solvents industry
Material culture
African American turpentine industry workers
Turpentine industry and trade
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KOR1973African American turpentine industry worker standing next to tapped tree.Material culture
Turpentiners
Occupational groups
Industry, Turpentining
Agricultural industries
Plant products industry
Gums and resins industry
Chemical industry
Solvents industry
Tree tapping
Turpentining
African Americans
African American men
Turpentine industry workers
Turpentine industry and trade
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FS78674AAfrican American woman making a sweetgrass basket.Sweetgrass coil
Basketry
Craft
Equipment, Domestic arts
Domestic arts
Sweetgrass baskets
Basket making
Handicraft
Decorative arts
African American basket makers
Older African American women
Material culture
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F2018122Alfonzo Biggs cutting strips of white oak to make a basket- White Springs, FloridaDecorative arts
Containers
Demonstrations
Domestic arts
Equipment, Domestic arts
Basket making
Material culture
Craft
White oak basketry
African American basket makers
Baskets
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Festivals--Florida--Hamilton County--White Springs
Artisans--Florida--Hamilton County--White Springs
African American men--Florida--Hamilton County--White Springs
Folklore revival festivals--Florida--Hamilton County--White Springs
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BD114Along Tamiami Trail in the Florida Everglades.Chickees
Architecture, Native American
Architecture
Craft
Indian dwellings
Seminole Indians--Dwellings
Material culture
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FA1651Ana de Diaz making Puerto Rican bobbin lace as Camen Lindstrom looks on- Duval County, FloridaFancy work
Textile crafts
Textiles
Woven goods
Ethnicity, Puerto Rican
Projects, Instate
Folklife and folklore projects
Domestic arts
Decorative arts
Lace work
Lace and lace making
Bobbin lace
Craft
Handicraft
Arts, Puerto Rican
Lace bobbins
Needleworkers
Women artisans
Puerto Ricans
Puerto Rican women
Material culture
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