Interview with Eula Lee Watkins Arnold, November 30, 2004
Scope and Contents
Oral history interview with Eula Lee Watkins Arnold, November 30, 2004. Valdosta (Ga.). Fieldworker: Laurie Sommers. Audio file digitized from DAT tape. Part of the South Georgia Folklife Project at Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections.
Interview by Laurie Sommers, done after Faces of Piney Woods project, as part of effort to get more on life of women in turpentine quarters.
Bag includes audio recording, tape log and transcript, artist data sheet, obituary, and 2 photographs.
- November 30, 2004
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Series 8: PRJ-1010 Sounds of South Georgia Box 19 Folder 70: VHS-1010.06 The McIntosh County Shouters may not be copied
2.99 Gigabytes (1 electronic record(s) and derivatives. 1 audio file (wav, mp3) 2906897530 bytes. 02:06:10. 4 PDF documents (2 scans, jp2). 2 digital photos.) : Made available in DSpace on 2022-06-22T15:11:45Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 3 dat1002-12.mp3: 181690533 bytes, checksum: c195723cae4a0f39899d688f89fddd64 (MD5) ads-1012-04.pdf: 648419 bytes, checksum: 9c37caf800c5d149d6e7588fd1941e65 (MD5) dat1002-12_tapelog.pdf: 145391 bytes, checksum: 35d2a51ac582fdf8b3d16bfe1c4fc281 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2004-11-30
From the Collection: English
Artist Data Sheet
item_title: Eula Lee Arnold Interview
informant_name: Eula Lee Arnold
fieldworker: Laurie Kay Sommers
recording_engineer: Laurie Kay Sommers
content_summary: Interview with Eula Arnold in her home discussing growing up as the daughter of a sharecropper and a turpentine still operator, and then as wife of a turpentiner. Most of interview focuses on her experience in Kirkland Camp, near Lumber City, GA.
genre: naval stores, personal experience narratives, food, games
places: Kirkland Turpentine Camp, Lumber City, Wheeler County, Hazelhurst, Jeff Davis County
people: Eula Arnold, Jesse Watkins, Lizzie Morland Watkins, Emory Watkins
groups: African American
first_name: Eula Lee
Call number: PRJ-1002
birthplace: "Wheeler Co, Lumber City, GA"
ethnicity_1: African American
religion: Missionary Baptist
genre: "Turpentine, personal experience narrative, occupational folklife, naval stores"
occupation: "laundry, private duty setting, hospital/friends"
contact_made_by: Laurie K. Sommers
notes: "Interview by Laurie Sommers, done after Faces of Piney Woods project, as part of effort to get more on life of women in turpentine quarters."
keywords: "Kirkland Turpentine Camp, sharecropper. Quarters"
PRJ1014-074, ADS-1002.04, DAT-1002.12, sgfp_sca-2004-6_040