Interview with Barbara Brown Rawlings
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Bloomingdale, Chatham County (Ga.)
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Connors Fishing Camp, Fishing, Bait, Redbreast fish, Rawlings family, Redbreast Fish, Wildlife, Orendoff, Brown family, local food terms, produce, selling produce, selling bait, moonshine, Uncle Shads fishing camp, Love machine, Inventor, Osteen Road, Black ankle, Jack Leigh, Dickerson family, land purchases, land sales Morgan’s bridge, Melvin’s Beach, Morgan’s bridge explosion, Desoto, Spanish artifacts, Sword, Chunky rock, Chunky ball, Indian ball sports, Sherman, Ogeechee River landowner, Harden Canal, Alligator, Jericho River, Tattnall County, Little Ogeechee River, Flooding, 1990s, County land swaps, Recreational use history, Personal meaning, Shad fishing, Russo family, Heritage, Dashers Dancehall, Skates, Horsepin swamp, Highway intrusion.
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Perry, Simona, "Interview with Barbara Brown Rawlings" (2016). Ogeechee Riverkeeper Oral Histories. 13.
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