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[Beekeeper in Wewahitchka]
h [sound recording].
1 streaming audio file (ca. 6 min.) :
Title supplied by cataloger.
Sally Watt reports from Wewahitchka, in the Florida Panhandle, on the Lanier family, which has tended bees and gathered Tupelo honey for over 100 years. Ben Lanier discusses the brief two-week period in which Tupelo honey is gathered, and his father, L.L. Lanier, Jr., reminisces about his rural childhood in the area.
Sally Watt radio programs