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Vanishing Georgia

Author: Art RosenbaumCherry RutlandJames OliverioDedra GrizzardAnn LongAll authors
Publisher: Atlanta, GA : GPTV, ©1996.
Series: Georgia Legacy Collection
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : State or province government publication   Visual material : English
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From the cliffs of Tallulah Gorge to the beaches of Tybee and Jekyll Islands ... from the stories of a cow named Rosebud to a composer named Mercer, Vanishing Georgia is a journey back in time. Nostalgically recalls the days when families lived in the Okefenokee Swamp, when one-room schoolhouses provided basic education, when the turpentine industry was in full swing, and when small towns like Osierville were still  Read more...
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Named Person: Rosebud (the cow); Johnny Mercer; Hank Aaron
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Art Rosenbaum; Cherry Rutland; James Oliverio; Dedra Grizzard; Ann Long; Brad Winn; Gail Miller Deloach; George S Whittley, IV.; Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission.; Georgia Public Television.; WTOC-TV (Savannah, Ga.); Robert W. Woodruff Library for Advanced Studies. Special Collections.; William Russell Pullen Library. Special Collections Department.; Georgia. Department of Natural Resources.; Georgia Instructional Research Center.; Savannah Production Group.; Atlanta Braves.; Foxfire.; Troup County Archives.; Seabrook Village Foundation.; Tybee Island Historical Society Museum.; Jekyll Island Historical Society Museum.; Georgia Historical Society Library.
OCLC Number: 36794694
Notes: Preceded and followed by a Georgia Legacy Collection solicitation.
Credits: Executive producer, Carol Fisk; producer, Mark Cottrell; on line editors, Tom LeMay, William Hudson, Joe LaMattina; electronic graphics, Johnny Johnson, Brenda Hopkins; publicist, Marcia Killingsworth, Susan Starnes; videographers, Mitchell Zastrow, Rannie Goldwater; writers, Carol Fisk, Mark Cottrell; narrator, Stuart Culpepper; voices, Dawn Douglass, Clare Whitfield, James Argroves; original music, James Oliverio; additional music, David Brose, Ross Brown, Venetia Butler; production assistant, Dawn Douglass; production coordinator, Rosser Shymanshi; publicists, Marcia Killingsworth, Susan Starnes; executive producer in charge of production, Kent H. Steele.
Performer(s): Tommy Irvin, Buddy Hopkins, Delma Presley, Johnny Hickox, Alice Steadley, John Stevens, Jeanette J. Bacon, Grady Williamson, Jimmy Gillis, Sr., Alex Taylor, Hugh McGraw, Jack Lott, Earle Moore, Mary Denton, Herta Schartle, Bob Rathbone, Cullen Chambers, Tom Coffey, Carrie Riner, Eleanor McCall, Nick Mamalakis, Chris Paton, Emma Kelly, Frank Mathews, Kaye Minchew, Lois Sledge, Nora Harris, Jack Mathis, Bob Jones, Hank Aaron, Ernie Johnson.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (59 min.) : sd., color ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Born to the fields and woods --
Most blissful spot on earth --
If walls could talk --
As dirty a job as ever you'll get --
Keys of convenience --
On the road --
Funny how places just add up --
Mountain breezes --
One sixth of the world's wealth --
Heaven on earth --
Our Huckleberry friend --
Lost treasure --
Where we love is home --
Rosebud --
House that Aaron built.
Series Title: Georgia Legacy Collection
Responsibility: Georgia Public Telecommunications Division.

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From the cliffs of Tallulah Gorge to the beaches of Tybee and Jekyll Islands ... from the stories of a cow named Rosebud to a composer named Mercer, Vanishing Georgia is a journey back in time. Nostalgically recalls the days when families lived in the Okefenokee Swamp, when one-room schoolhouses provided basic education, when the turpentine industry was in full swing, and when small towns like Osierville were still visible on a map.

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