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Homeplace Mississippi Homeplace Mississippi : 2014 June 5
Mixed Material
Yellow Cat Productions.
Folk music--Mississippi.
Documentary films.
Mississippi--Social life and customs.
Mississippi--Rural conditions.
Genre Form
Filmed interviews.
Digital photographs.
Geographic Coverage
Identified By
Lccn: 2014655399
During the early 1970s, filmmaker Michael Ford lived in and documented traditional music, farming practices, blacksmithing, molasses-making, and other aspects of community life in La Fayette, Marshall, Tate, and Panola Counties, Mississippi. Portions of his material were published in his documentary film Homeplace (1975) and his collection is housed in the American Folklife Center's archives. To discuss his experiences in the 1970s as well as talk about his ongoing work documenting life and culture in contemporary Mississippi, Mr. Ford joins American Folklife Center archivist Todd Harvey for a program highlighting his work. Michael Ford was a featured presenter in the Benjamin Botkin Folklife Lecture series on June 5, 2014, sponsored by the American Folklife Center.
Recorded in the West Dining Room, James Madison Building, Library of Congress on June 5, 2014 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
Authorized Access Point
Ford, Michael, 1943- Homeplace Mississippi : 2014 June 5
Authorized Access Point Variant
Harvey, Todd, 1965- Homeplace Mississippi : 2014 June 5
American Folklife Center, Homeplace Mississippi : 2014 June 5
Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress), Homeplace Mississippi : 2014 June 5