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Naval stores industry--Southern States--History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

DVD 1002.55c: White 5, 1983-09-20

Collection number:  DVD1002.55c
Scope and Contents White 5 2 copiesSummary: Mr. Williams answers more questions about his experiences in the Turpentine industry. A woman also talks about growing up in a turpentine camp and folk treatments used in the camp she lived in as a child.People in Video: Mr. WilliamsSubjects: turpentine camps; folk remediesWhite 5: Uncle Bud interview about (John J. Williams) about conditions in camp, change of management and new rules. What went on in other camps (brutality,...
Dates: 1983-09-20

Langdale Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: MS-30
Scope and Contents Harley Langdale(1914-2013) graduated from Valdosta High School.He then attended the Citadel before transferring to the University of Georgia to study Forestry. He was the first person from Lowndes County to receive a BSF Degree in Forestry from UGA. Mr. Langdale became the third Registered Forester in the state of Georgia. He was actively engaged in practicing forestry and developing markets for forest products since 1937 and was a consistent leader in the industry for over 70 years. Under his...
Dates: Acquired: 2003-05-16