AU2010-3148 -- Wild Sound Kenneth

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Title

AU2010-3148 -- Wild Sound Kenneth

Description

Sound Recording Content
Amibient (0:00-9:14): Chain saw, tree or branch falling (2:18-2:26).
Interview (9:15-24:09): Logging, hurricane of 1938. Economics of logging. Rising costs. Firewood. Maple sugaring and economics of sugaring. Tells story about sugaring in a sugar house with out a roof using 'an old flat pan.' 'It's kind of a gamble and it's something you like to do.' When saps starts, if you don't sugar, I don't know, something's lost all the rest of the season. All summer. You don't got no money to buy seeds with, you know, phosphate. You lost the whole year until the next year.'

Source

Richard Brick/Last Stand Farmer Collection -- VFC2003-0007. Vermont Folklife Center Archive, Vermont Folklife Center, Middlebury, Vermont, United States of America.

Rights

Audio recording copyright Richard Brick.

Extent

1 sound tape reel (Scotch 3M 208 polyester) : analog ; 7 1/2 ips, full track, mono. ; 7 in., 1/4 in. tape, 1 1/2 mil.
digital audio file (MP3)

Language

English

Identifier

AU2010-3148

Files

vfc2010-0008_au2010-3148_sl.mp3

Citation

Brick, Richard (Interviewer) , Opton, Suzanne (Interviewer) , and O’Donnell, Kenneth (Interviewee), “AU2010-3148 -- Wild Sound Kenneth,” Vermont Folklife Center Digital Collections, accessed April 14, 2024, https://vtfolklifearchive.org/collections/items/show/1505.

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