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Eugene Theodore Booth, Nellie Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Watson interview
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TitleEugene Theodore Booth, Nellie Wilkins, Mr. and Mrs. Watson interview
CreatorSanders, Carol
DescriptionIn the interview Mr. Booth recalls his work as a minister. The Watsons share stories of their childhood, including memories of courting, superstitions, and games. Nellie Wilkins talks about what she learned taking care of children. Mr. Booth's interview is not transcribed, but is the first 31:23 of the recording. There are background noises during Nellie Wilkins interview.
Geographic LocationUnion Hill (Ga.)
SubjectSchools--Georgia
Entertainment events--Georgia
Superstition
Automobiles
Food--Georgia
Courtship
Traditional medicine
Ghost stories
Midwifery--Southern states
Personal NameWilkins, Nellie
Booth, Eugene Theodore
Watson, Mr.
Watson, Mrs.
Date Original1967
Date Digital2011
TypeAudio recording
Digital Formataudio/mp3
Catalogue NumberMSS 1003.07.26
CollectionJohn Burrison Georgia folklore oral history and music recordings
PublisherKenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center, 130 West Paces Ferry Road, Atlanta GA 30305
RightsThis material is protected by copyright law. (Title 17, U.S Code) Permission ofr use must be cleared through The Kenan Research Center at the Atlanta History Center. Licensing agreement may be required.
NotesEugene Booth was born in 1878. He was a Baptist minister, a farmer and a teacher. Nellie Wilkins was born in Amaxis, Georgia in Oglethorpe County on July 4, 1909.
Sourceahc10030007026.mp3
Original formatreel-reel
Extent00:35:44/07:11
LanguageEnglish
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