Soul of a people [videorecording] : writing America's story

This documentary recounts the role of the Federal Writers Project as the largest cultural experiment in the nation's history. Program focuses on the role played by writers who recorded local and oral histories all over the nation, many finding national acclaim as a result.

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Corporate Authors: Smithsonian Channel (Television network), SNI/SI Networks (Firm), National Endowment for the Humanities, Spark Media (Firm)
Contributors: Kalin, Andrea., Taylor, David A., Mirabello, James., Bucklin, Olive Emma., Bloom, Amy., Ford, Richard., Holloway, Jonathan., Kelton, Elmer., McBride, James., Nelson, Marilyn., Price, Reynolds.
Format: DVD
Language:English
Published: [United States] : SNI/SI Networks, c2009.
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Summary: This documentary recounts the role of the Federal Writers Project as the largest cultural experiment in the nation's history. Program focuses on the role played by writers who recorded local and oral histories all over the nation, many finding national acclaim as a result.
Physical Description: 1 videodiscs (105 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Format: DVD.
Production Credits: Director of photography, Dennis Boni ; editor, David Grossbach ; music, Joseph Vitarelli.