Maryland... Episode 9: Folkways
Social studies series for intermediate/middle school study of Maryland's geography, history, and economy. This episode, filmed at the Carroll County Farm Museum, features Ola Belle Reed, folksinger and storyteller; the jubilee singers Little Wonders; and Richard Otovic, who demonstrates the tradition of painting window screens. Baltimore arabbers, street peddlers who traditionally sell produce from horse-drawn carts, are shown. Program closes with a list of other sites to visit to learn about Maryland folkways. Host: John (J.G.) Hertzler.
Maryland Public Television; Maryland. State Department of Education. Division of Instructional Television
North America; United States of America
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