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  • The Fiddlers of James Bay

    <p>This National Film Board of Canada documentary traces the history of the fiddle’s arrival in Canada 300 years ago via Scottish traders from Orkney Island.</p>

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  • Shady Grove Camp Ground

    <p>Documentary producer and filmmaker Stan Woodward has devoted approximately seven years and filmed over 170 hours on five Lowcountry campgrounds</p>

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  • Lord Have Mercy: Olger's Store

    <p>Colorful documentary about Jimmy Olger, proprietor of Olger's Store and Museum in Virginia.</p>

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  • Indian Field Camp Meeting

    <p>Documentary producer and filmmaker Stan Woodward has devoted approximately seven years and filmed over 170 hours on five Lowcountry campgrounds</p>

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  • Drake's Barbecue

    <p>Drake's is a a barbecue shack back off the road...as they pull in and Stan begins to shoot, the owner appears and begins waving and calling him to come eat "the best barbecue and brunswick stew in Georgia."</p>

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  • Stewbilee

    <p>Every year in Brunswick, Georgia the town holds a folk heritage festival celebrating the roots of Brunswick stew - roots that they claim which are also claimed by Brunswick County, Virginia.</p>

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  • Cooperative Grocery

    <p>This is a remarkable "inside" glimpse into Southern folk culture and the roots of Southern "raconteurship" at it’s most authentic and best.</p>

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  • Cattle Creek Camp Part 1

    <p>For many families at Cattle Creek Campground, the annual camp meeting signifies a time of fellowship when families can spend a week away from the hectic pace of modern life.</p>

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  • Chicken Bog of the Pee Dee Region

    <p>Chicken bog is a delicious chicken, rice and sausage dish, and it’s very much a South Carolina thing. Folks in surrounding states are likely to give you a blank stare if you mention it.</p>

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  • Cypress Camp Meeting

    <p>Cypress Methodist Camp Ground is one of only a few campgrounds in South Carolina which continues to host annual week-long camp meetings—a vestige of the Great Awakening in American religious life in the nineteenth century.</p>

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