[78-L] recordings made in 1939 of Smoky Mountain residents

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Fri Apr 13 09:03:22 PDT 2012

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The intarviews were eventually transcribed and published as Smoky Mountain folks and their lore by Joseph S Hall with the Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. Asheville, N.C. The Cataloochee Press, 1960 DJDVisit the Blue Pages: the Encyclopedic Guide to 78 RPM Party Recordshttp://www.hensteeth.com-----Original Message-----From: Rodger Holtin [mailto:rjh334578 at yahoo.com]Sent: Friday, April 13, 2012 09:48 AMTo: '78-List'Subject: [78-L] recordings made in 1939 of Smoky Mountain residentsAnybody here know about this?http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2012/04/07/2761937/website-to-feature-1939-recordings.html KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- A new website will feature recordings made in 1939 of residents who lived in and around the Smoky Mountains.The recordings of traditional Appalachian speech were made by Columbia University graduate student Joseph Hall over an eight-month period as he endeavored to record a way of life that was disappearing.He recorded 58 people ranging in age from late 30s to 96, some of whom lived near the newly formed park and others who lived in it. Read more here: http://www.myrtlebeachonline.com/2012/04/07/2761937/website-to-feature-1939-recordings.html#storylink=cpyRodgerFor Best Results use Victor Needles.._______________________________________________78-L mailing list78-L at klickitat.78online.comhttp://klickitat.78online.com/mailman/listinfo/78-l_______________________________________________78-L mailing list78-L at klickitat.78online.comhttp://klickitat.78online.com/mailman/listinfo/78-l

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