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Laurie Kay Sommers and Timothy C. Prizer with Le Roy Henderson. “Faces” of the Piney Woods: Turpentine and Folklife in South Georgia. Valdosta, Georgia: Valdosta State University. www.valdosta.edu/turpentine
© 2004 Valdosta State University
This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts Folk and Traditional Arts Infrastructure Initiative and from the Georgia Council for the Arts through the Appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly. The Council is a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional funding has been provided by Valdosta State University.
Permission to reprint copyrighted text or photographs is gratefully acknowledged. Our thanks to:
Georgia Forestry Commission
Georgia Forestry Magazine and photographer Bill Godfrey
Additional thanks to:
Carroll B. Butler
John Johnson and Mark Dixon of the Georgia Agrirama
Lowndes County Historical Society and Museum
Special thanks to those who generously gave their time through interviews with the project team:
Anthrom Green, Jr.
George Music, Jr.
L.A. “Stick” Nelson
Eddie Lee Scipp
W. C. “Dub” Tomlinson
Patricia Wetherington Brockinton
J.F. and Bernice Wilcox
Project report | Informants |
Technique Video |
Tools Video | Still firing process
Exhibit | About US