One audio cassette tape. Tozzer and Bucuvalas served as emcee. Martha Jones, Jenny Shore and Mary Johns lead a Seminole Family Camp Roundtable. Serbian dancers, Serbska Kruna, led by Robert and Irina Lasic make up the second interview on the tape.
One audio cassette tape. Bucuvalas served as emcee. Serbian dancers, Serbska Kruna, continue from C01-88. Paco Fonta, Celia Fonta and Isnaya Santos discuss Flamenco (Spain) music and dance and their origins.
One audio cassette tape. Hansen served as emcee. Paco Charlie Dean, saddlemaker continues from C01-90 discussing his craft. Wormy Wasserman, a 1970s cow hunter and cow camper discusses the practice of cow hunting.
One audio cassette tape. Hansen served as emcee. Wormy Wasserman continues from C01-91 discussing cow hunting. Randy and Jacque Minger discuss ranching skills, particularly horse shoes. See C01-69 for further description of their work.
One audio cassette tape. Hansen and Bucuvalas served as emcee. Randy and Jacque Minger continue from C01-92 discussing cow-catching, rodeo and horse shoeing. Tina Bucuvalas interviews Walter Bruce Crouse who is trained in the art of building and repairing wooden boats.
One audio cassette tape. Walter Bruce Crouse continues from C01-93 discussing wooden boat making. Margaret Horvath, Hungarian embroiderer since the age of 5, discusses Hungarian embroidery as well as Hungarian culture and her family history.
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