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Audio Recording Interview with William Snedigar, blacksmith, Stevensville, Montana, part 3 of 3

Final reel in an interview with Mr. Bill Snedigar, blacksmith in Stevensville

About this Item

Title

  • Interview with William Snedigar, blacksmith, Stevensville, Montana, part 3 of 3

Names

  • Stanton, Gary Ward, 1946- (Collector)
  • Young, Kay, 1931- (Collector)
  • Crummett, Michael, 1948- (Collector)
  • Snedigar, William (Interviewee)

Created / Published

  • Stevensville, Montana, July 20, 1979

Headings

  • -  Blacksmiths
  • -  Blacksmithing
  • -  Ethnography
  • -  Field recordings
  • -  Interviews
  • -  Sound recordings
  • -  United States -- Montana -- Stevensville

Genre

  • Ethnography
  • Field recordings
  • Interviews
  • Sound recordings

Notes

  • -  Index data: Part 3 of a 3-part recording made at the William Snedigar welding and blacksmith shop in Stevensville MT, the fieldworker's notes state that segments of this recording were made as Snedigar was making a horseshoe at the forge and family members dropped in to chat: topics include discussion about gear he makes for his son, who logs with horses; greeting to people named MacAllister [McAllister?] who dropped in; sounds of hammering out an odd shoe for a crooked-shoed horse; sound of forge stopping; about how the Forest Service used to use fir bark as fuel for forge; Dean Snedigar walks in; Bill kids Dean who just got married; end of tape.

Medium

  • 7-inch reel

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Call number: AFC 1981/005: AFS 20390
  • MBRS shelflist: RXA 0876
  • Field project identifier: MT9-GS-R5

Source Collection

  • Montana Folklife Survey collection (AFC 1981/005)

Repository

  • American Folklife Center

Digital Id

Online Format

  • audio

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Credit line: Montana Folklife Survey collection (AFC 1981/005), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.

Chicago citation style:

Stanton, Gary Ward, Kay Young, Michael Crummett, and William Snedigar. Interview with William Snedigar, blacksmith, Stevensville, Montana, part 3 of 3. Stevensville, Montana, 1979. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20390/.

APA citation style:

Stanton, G. W., Young, K., Crummett, M. & Snedigar, W. (1979) Interview with William Snedigar, blacksmith, Stevensville, Montana, part 3 of 3. Stevensville, Montana. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20390/.

MLA citation style:

Stanton, Gary Ward, et al. Interview with William Snedigar, blacksmith, Stevensville, Montana, part 3 of 3. Stevensville, Montana, 1979. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1981005_afs20390/>.