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The Sound of 1930s Florida Folk Life

During the Great Depression, the U.S. government began an unprecedented effort to record the sights and sounds of American folk life. Producer Barrett Golding uncovered a wealth of music and interviews from Florida in the 1930s, reflecting the culture of the Jim Crow South.

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