Audio Recordings Going up Hazy Creek.
Hazy Creek (W. Va.)
Lillybrook Mountain (W. Va.)
Molly Moochers (Morchella Sp.)
- Going up Hazy Creek.
- Contributor Names
- Bailey, Dave (Interviewee)
- Jarrell, Vicky (Interviewee)
- Boggs, Woody (Interviewee)
- Hufford, Mary, 1952- (Interviewer)
- Created / Published
- April 12, 1996
- Subject Headings
- - Foodways
- - Hazy Creek (W. Va.)
- - Spring
- - Molly moochers (Morchella sp.)
- - Morels
- - Lillybrook Mountain (W. Va.)
- - Ethnography
- - Interviews
- - West Virginia -- Raleigh County -- Montcoal
- - West Virginia -- Raleigh County -- Hazy Creek
- - This conversation took place on a trip up Hazy Creek to Charlie Rock. As we proceeded up Hazy Creek, Dave Bailey and Woody Boggs interpreted sights, which included natural landscape and artifacts of the farming and mining community that once extended far up the now depopulated hollow. Some of the recording was made in Vicky Jarrell's truck as we drove up the hollow, and some was made as we stopped to talk with Bob Jarrell and his grandsons, who were digging ramps. Toward the head of the hollow we parked the truck and walked the rest of the way to Charlie Rock.
- Call Number
- AFC 1999/008: CRF-MH-A103
- Source Collection
- Coal River Folklife Collection (AFC 1999/008)
- American Folklife Center
- Digital Id
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