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||Mr. and Mrs. Josh Easter of Surry
County, North Carolina, with the assistance of
Wally Macnow (left), peel apples for drying, as Terry Eiler (behind
the camera) and
Bob Fulcher videotape the process. From the American Folklife Center's
Ridge Parkway Folklife Project. Photo by Lyntha Scott Eiler
Allen, Barbara, and William L. Montell. From Memory to History: Using
Oral Sources in Local Historical Research. Nashville: American Association
for State and Local History, 1981.
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to Type. Chicago: American Library Association, 1977.
Hall, Stephanie A. Ethnographic Collections in the Archive of Folk
Culture: A Contributor's Guide. Washington, DC: Publications of
the American Folklife Center, no.20, 1995.
(Available online at www.loc.gov/folklife/cg.html)
Ives, Edward. The Tape Recorded Interview. 2nd ed. Knoxville:
University of Tennessee, 1995.
Ives, Edward and Jackson, Bruce. The World Observed: Reflections on
the Fieldwork Process. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996.
Jackson, Bruce. Fieldwork. Urbana: University of Illinois Press,
Ritchie, Donald A. Doing Oral History. New York: Twayne Publishers,
Taylor, David A. Documenting Maritime Folklife: An Introductory Guide.
Washington, DC: Publications of the American Folklife Center, no. 17, 1992.
(Available online at www.loc.gov/folklife/maritime)