Interview with Fulton Love
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Bloomingdale, Chatham County (Ga.)
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Ogeechee River, shad fishery, commercial catfishing, sturgeon fishery, paddle boats, food, JM Sikes, spoon fishing, Great Ogeechee Raft Races, boat rental business, Morgan’s Bridge, AC Matthews, Italians, Baltimore fish market, New York fish market, shrimp fishery, Lime Canal, The Head, The Dock, Upper Chimley, Shad creek, Obadiah Creek, Three Sisters, Betty Canal, Seven Daughters, Mungen, Orange Canal, Walker Canal, South Field, Sand Hill, Ambrosia, Gum Canal, Fire Docks, Greens Creek, Rum Lake, Blue Lake, Broughton Street, moonshine, Ed Lloyd, Carter family, Henry Ford, International Paper, mullet fishery, Weigh Station, Richmond Hill, Ditmire Store, bear grass, Love’s Seafood Restaurant
Environmental Studies | History | Human Ecology | Human Geography | Nature and Society Relations | Oral History | Physical and Environmental Geography | Social History
Gongaware, Hartford, "Interview with Fulton Love" (2016). Ogeechee Riverkeeper Oral Histories. 4.
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