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From the Oral History Collection. A black and white photograph of the Poplarville Cloggers performing in Poplarville, Mississippi. Photograph taken by D.C. Young.

June 1992

From the Oral History Collection. Part of the Choctaw Ways Oral History Project, a photograph of Jason Sam, a Choctaw youth, at the Mississippi Crafts Center on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Photograph taken by D.C. Young.

17 October 1987

From the Oral History Collection. Part of the Choctaw Ways Oral History Project, a sepia photograph of a stickball game taking place on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Photograph taken by D.C. Young.

17 October 1987

From the Oral History Collection. Part of the Choctaw Ways Oral History Project, a photograph of Freemon Clemmons, Choctaw drummer, performing at the Mississippi Crafts Center on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Photograph taken by D.C. Young.

17 October 1987

From the Oral History Collection. A photograph of women gutting fish. Photo taken by D.C. Young.

1989

From the Oral History Collection. A photograph of a group of seafood industry workers shucking oysters. Photo taken by D.C. Young.

1989

From the Oral History Collection. A photograph of a Vietnamese man hauling shrimp. Photo taken by D.C. Young.

1989

From the Oral History Collection. Part of the Mardi Gras Museum Oral History Project, a photograph of a Mardi Gras Krewe on their float tossing beads and plastic cups. The float is designed to look like a shrimp boat with 'Harlequin' written on it (possibly Krewe of Harlequins from the Mississippi Gulf Coast). Photo taken by D.C. Young.

undated

From the Oral History Collection. A photograph of a man smiling at the camera with a hammer in hand. Photo taken by D.C. Young.

1989

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