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Title This side of the river [videorecording] : self-determination and survival in the oldest black town in America / a production of the North Carolina Language and Life Project.

Imprint [Raleigh, N.C.] : North Carolina Language & Life Project, NC State University, c2006.

Item Status

Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Video  F262.P66 T44 2006    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk
Description 1 DVD (70 min.) : sd., col. ; in.
Credits Produced and directed by Ryan Rowe and Drew Grimes; executive producer, Walt Wolfram.
Summary Incorporating interviews, archival images, and local music, this DVD documents the people of Princeville's communal support and religious, political and economic self-determination. Includes "Princeville remembers the flood" (18 min., 2004).
System Details DVD.
Contents 1999 (2:24) -- A blood-stained land (4:23) -- Survival (6:06) -- Self-determination (7:51) -- Breaking even (9:35) -- The voice of freedom (6:23) -- The price of progress (9:03) -- Resurrection (4:11) -- Credits (3:35).
Subject Princeville (N.C.) -- History.
Princeville (N.C.) -- Social life and customs.
Hurricane Floyd, 1999.
African Americans -- North Carolina -- Princeville.
Genre/Form DVD-Video discs.
Added Author Grimes, Drew.
Rowe, Ryan.
Wolfram, Walt, 1941-
North Carolina Language and Life Project.
Added Title Princeville remembers the flood.