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Record Group Number: 000521
Series/Collection Number: .S 2347
Creator: Northwest Florida Water Management District.
Title, Dates: Oral histories of the Apalachicola River, 2001-2006.
Amount: 2.5 cubic ft.
Medium Included: cassettes, CDs
Restrictions: Letters, transcripts and recordings bear labels indicating that the materials may not be used for other purposes than the oral history project without interviewee permission. These labels were added after the fact and do not reflect the conditions under which the interviewees participated in the project. Interviewee permission is not required for use of these materials.

Terms Governing Use: Portions of interview transcripts published in "Voices of the Apalachicola" may be subject to copyright restrictions.
Summary:     This series consists of the oral histories conducted by the Northwest Florida Water Management District for the book "Voices of the Apalachicola." The series contains the recordings and transcripts of the interviews, interviewee agreement and correspondence.  The oral histories document the lives of people who lived, worked and contributed to the culture of the Apalachicola River and Bay basin, including a steamboat pilot, sharecroppers, turpentine workers and beekeepers.
Finding Aids: Folding listing available.
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Subject Access Fields: Water Management District, Northwest Florida.
Steamboats Florida
Turpentine industry and trade Florida
Sharecropping Florida
Oral history
Rivers Florida
Waterways Florida.
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Transcripts. aat
Audio cassettes. aat
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Apalachicola Bay (Fla.)
Apalachicola River (Fla.)
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