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Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Crabbing"
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Florida Seafare

Florida Seafare

This film shows the many types of commercially harvested seafood in Florida. Scenes include: commercial fishermen; oystermen; crabbing; shrimping; and seine net fishing for mullet. Additional scenes include a folk singing couple at the 6th Annual Apalachicola Seafood Festival. Produced by: Barton Films; U.S. Dept. of Commerce; NOAA; Florida Department of Natural Resources; and National Marine Fisheries.
Under Florida Stars, ca. 1960

Under Florida Stars, ca. 1960

1960 (circa)
This film shows camping and recreation areas available in Florida during the 1960s. There are scenes of state parks, national forests and national parks, including Fort Clinch, Florida Caverns, Everglades National Park and Apalachicola National Forest. Families are shown enjoying park facilities and recreational activities during their camping trips. Two Boy Scouts canoe down the Suwannee River from the Stephen Foster Memorial to Manatee Springs State Park, and they see the paddle wheel replica “Suwannee Belle” and camp at Suwannee River State Park. At Highlands Hammock, a guide feeds marshmallows to an alligator to entertain a tour group. Finally, a young couple on their honeymoon visit Everglades National Park and boat to a campsite on an island in the Florida Keys. Produced by LeRoy Crooks; sponsored by the Florida Development Commission, American Thermos Products Company, Crosby Aeromarine Company and Johnson Motors.
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
fvc916Florida SeafareApalachicola Seafood Festival
Florida Development Commission
Barton Films
U.S. Dept. of Commerce
Florida Deptartment of Natural Resources
National Marine Fisheries
Under Florida Stars, ca. 1960Under Florida Stars, ca. 1960National parks and reserves--Florida--Everglades
Recreation areas--Florida
Outdoor recreation--Florida
Boats and boating--Florida
Camping trailers
Promotional films
Coast defenses--Florida
Blue crab
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