Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Manscill, Kathleen
Ownby, "Uncle Lem"
Dates 1980
Location Tennessee
United States
Language English
Subjects Appalachian Region
Climate
Dialects
Elkmont
English Language
Genealogy
Gristmills
Interpersonal Relations
Interviews
Language
Men, White
Older Men
Oral Histories
Revivals
Social Life and Customs
Tennesee
Tennessee
Vision Disorders
Title
Oral history with 91 year old white male, Tennessee
Contributor Names
Manscill, Kathleen (Collector)
Ownby, "Uncle Lem" (Speaker)
Created / Published
February 1980
Subject Headings
-  English language--Dialects--Tennessee
-  Appalachian Region--Social life and customs
-  Genealogy
-  Men, White--Language--Tennessee--Elkmont
-  Vision disorders
-  Revivals--Appalachian Region
-  Appalachian Region--Climate
-  Gristmills--Appalachian Region
-  Older men--Tennessee--Elkmont--Language
-  Interpersonal relations--Tennesee
-  Interviews
-  Oral histories
-  United States -- Tennessee
Genre
Interviews
Oral histories
Notes
-  For rights information contact the collector’s institution: Great Smoky Mountain National Park Museum. Gatlinburg, TN
-  91 year old white southern Appalachian male. The last "life-right resident" remaining in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Subject died in 1984.
-  Talks about his personal history and history of the area; revival meetings; plants and crops; and grist mills.
Medium
Audio tape; 10.5” reel, 7.5 ips; duration: 15:29
Call Number
AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,339 a03
Source Collection
Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc1986022.sr41a03


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