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Omnibus #23

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, March 14, 2007. Total length: 25:44

Folklorist Nancy Solomon discusses a survey of historic buildings and the lives and traditions of communities from Oakdale to Brookhaven Hamlet.
"...this could be the last generation [of baymen]."
Nancy Solomon

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(Music Courtesy of the Podshow Podsafe Music Network)

  • 0:07 Introduction
    Chris Kretz - Instructor/Reference Librarian
  • 1:56 South Shore Estuary Historic Survey
    Folklorist Nancy Solomon, Executive Director of Long Island Traditions, discusses the South Shore Estuary Historic Survey that documented the lives, traditions, and surviving architectural record of maritime history between Oakdale and Brookhaven Hamlet.
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