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Folklorist Maria Kennedy interviews Marty Morris and Diane Richards about their Cider Pressing in the Finger Lakes National Forest

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Photos of Gita Sunuwar at the Rochester Museum and Science Center, practicing Bhutanese-Nepali crochet.

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New York Folklore
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Material Culture

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This video is comprised of an audio interview with retired Staten Island Ferry boat captain Frank Peters and original footage taken of the ferry boat in New York Harbor.

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This video features interpretations of two iconic African American spirituals (Over My Head & Swing Low Sweet Chariot) by Reverand Gayle Heyward and the Luis Augusta Mosely (LAM) Inspirational Choir on Staten Island.

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Music

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After moving to the United States, Ray Amato, Sr. started shoeing at the racetrack in 1940. Ray Amato is a second generation farrier, or horse-shoer, as he is known in the parlance of the thoroughbred racetrack. 

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New York Folklore
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Bill Marinaccio discussed Hurricane Carol in 1954 

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This video presents some of the stories collected for the LI Traditions' exhibit "Freeport Waters" about famous celebrity Guy Lombardo who resided in Freeport for many years until his passing in the late 1970s.

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Verbal Arts

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In this story bayman Michael Combs of Freeport shares his experiences with his bay house and working on the bay after Superstorm Sandy.

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