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The communities and find the folk artists in one's own girls' faces, disdainful as the clams were shucked and family. Surrounded by all the rich eth- chopped, said, "I'd rather be somewhere else. Jersey, I couldn't think of one that had survived in my I was wrong. Lopez and Ridgway took the looks and groans in But the education I'd received from Buki and Huf'- stride and continued to assign chopping duties and ford changed all that. I started to make the connections berland. She was intrigued by Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey richness of the cul- with their lives and the traditions of a farming com- tures located there.
Then she sighed, "I'd love to work munity. I remembered with teachers. Following Hufford's suggestions, we de- tales of the shivaree, when my mother was stolen on cided Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey build a program in Cumberland County and to her wedding night, imprisoned in a corn crib on focus on teacher education.
We knew that in the perpetrators, friends, and family; Cumberland FAIE model, we had developed something the shivaree for my grandfather and his bride, some- special.
The model worked, and it gave us a form we what more subdued, but with all the home-made ice could use to develop other models for Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey and poetry. This publication validates the ef- help each other harvest the oats; forts of all who were involved and the concept of the my father braiding my hair in the intricate patterns importance of "community educators.
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Iowa, and a student When the residency was completed in Bayville, Huf- from Newark. An accomplished "minyo" rency as an innovative approach to teaching students dancer helps young Japanese-American girls learn about the culture they live in. Several folk arts residen- dance steps for an Obon festival. A In the AIE program, students and teachers work member of the senior men's gospel choir at an AME closely with artists Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey various kindspoets and other church helps the junior choir perfect its harmony.
A writers, dancers, actors, singers and other musicians, Ukrainian-American woman shows a group of her chil- architects and designers, photographers and other vi- dren's friends how to create -pysanky" for Easter.
In sual artists, folk artists, craftsmen and womenin an these informal learning situations folk artists are the effort to illuminate for students the many facets of teachers; and experience, observation, and interaction creativity that Huge tits Farnham New York into making up the cultural world. The special quality folk artists bring to this program is Although such learning situations are not usually their ability to provide insights into the art forms that thought of as part of formal education, they are in fact are woven into daily life in diverse cultural communi- an important part of every individual's total education.
Folk artists learn their skills through their par- Much of what we need to know to perform effectively in ticipation in the life of a community that shares ethnic, the family, neighborhood, ethnic group, work place, or regional, or occupational identity.
The forms they cre- church is learned through our observation of role mod- ate are of special significance to the group because they els, our interaction with peers and elders, practice, and are part of the community's traditional lifestyle and ex- self-instruction.
What's more, informal learning Free pictures of gilian anderson naked pressive of its values. Whether a form is as utilitarian plementseven activatesmuch formal education. Folk of formal training gain much of their skill and knowl- artists articulate these standards in their work.
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When edge through out-of-school experiences. Dacers cational goals that transcend the arts. They integrate folk arts residency implements this concept of educa- diverse cultural communities into the formal education tion. It integrates the content and structures of the cul- system in two important ways.
First, they broaden the tural community with those of the official education content of the curriculum with information on the his- system. It brings community educators into the schools tory, values, and way of life of the many groups that to teach in tandem with professional educators. It cre- form American society. Second, they incorporate the ates small-group learning situations within the class- teachers and methods that are part of the "informal" room and provides first-hand experiences as the focus learning systems of those communities.
In all this it enhances the connec- The folk artists who participate in FAIE programs tions between community and school. Her landmark publication, A School in Burlington County. Her next proj- research and brought ethnic and regional folk artists ect involved research on the Pinelands region in sev- into the school for demonstrations and performances.
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As these programs developed, the concept of the folk artist's residency grew from a single workshop or per- formance to an extended cooperative endeavor among the artist, the teacher, and a core group of students, a format that encouraged greater involvement of all parties.
During the same period. Regardless of the program structure, all the folklorists had a common concern: Folklife in the Curriculum, as the course waz. Twenty-one teachers and librarians completed the course and created curriculum-based residency programs in a variety of settings. The mate- Japanese-Americans of all ages perfbrm traditional Ohon rials they developed fbr their programs have been cath- dances during the annual July festival at Seabrook logued at the Cumberland County Library, and several Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey Church.
Photograph by Dennis McDonald. Photo- graph by Doug Elliott. Some teachers in I want to United Kingdom fuck you, FAIE programs have multiplied around the South Jersey may be able to duplicate these programs, country, and many excellent new models have emerged.
But tors to create statewide curricula for folklife studies. Folklorists may also find here insights into Thus, we offer this book, which Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey two aims. First, the workings of the public education system. Whether through folk artists' residencies. Foxfire-type documentation proj- ects, statewide folklife curricula, neighborhood ethnog- 4,1 raphies, family folklife units of study, Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey innumerable other formats, local culture belongs in the curriculum.
No less important is the second aim of the bookto present to the people of Cumberland County a portrait of themselves and their place. A large portion of the book describes the courCzy's history and some of its cul- tural groups, primarily through biographies of nine of the folk artists who participated in the program a list Sluts in Llanwrda new all the residencies is given in the chapter "Cumber- land County Folk Arts in Education Participants and Programs".
Date big tit Princewick women sections describe the individuals and their skills in the context of their communities, each of which is important to the complex culture of Cumberland County. Although these biographies will be useful to educators in the region, they may also ap- peal more generally to those who are interested in local 40' 41 C culture.
Because the structure of the book was deter- A ci mined Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey the structure of the program, not all the im- portant cultural groups in the county. Each agency was represented on the advi. Trenton sory committee, which also included teachers from sev- eral county school districts and AIE Coordinator Berda Rittenhouse. Vrt I to be as widely available throughout the county as pos- sible. The Office of the Woman shot in White Oak Georgia nc Superintendent of Schools created a net- work of educators to recruit teachers.
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Through ethnography, cultural groups and their shuckers ; agricultural communities farmers of salt social structures are identified and described. These de- hay, dairy products, Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey plants, poultry, and vege- scriptions illuminate a community's history, values, tables and fruit; auctioneers; migrant workers; and and lifestyle, and provide the basis for identifying im- Anglo, Italian, and Jewish farmers ; glassmakers portant traditional expressive forms and the folk art- glassblowers, glass cutters, glass painters, and mold ists who have mastered them.
The research began in the county library, where It includes regional Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey Delaware Bay. Pine- written histories provided information on the county's lands and local communities with distinct histories social, economic, and political development. Socio- and traditions the Alliance colonies, Shiloh, Maurice- economic configurations could be gleaned from demo- town, Gouldtown, Dancrrs Landisville, for instance.
And graphic reports and occupational profiles from indus- it is made more complex by a multiplicity of ethnic trial and agricultural reports. Local histories, memoirs, groups who have been intricately involved in the so- biographies, and newspaper articles provided portraits cial and economic changes in the region: African- of cultural groups and their members. Lists of county American, Native American, English, Dutch, Estonian, organizations and agencies pointed the Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey to individ- German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Jewish, Polish, uals who could fill in these broad outlines with details Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey Rican, Ukrainian, Russian, and Swedish, among from personal experience.
The librarians themselves others. Field research within the The archival research yielded a blueprint for field various groups necessarily followed the path of least resistancesome groups were simply easier to reach than others.
Institution's Festival of American Neededmke. What goes on were invited to participate in Boats and Bivalves, an in class each day and over the year is subject to these enrichment program about oystering. The group met criteria. Teachers are the articulators of these objectives and The program's goal was to introduce students to re- must find ways to translate the curriculum require- search and documentation techniques through their in- ments into effective learning experiences for their stu- vestigation of oystering.
Neededkake teacher is acquainted with both the indi- This program heightened local interest in FAIE and vidual personalities of the students and the particular served as an example of the Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey of activities that character of the group that those personalities create. While Folklife in the Curriculum In developing curricula teachers must find appropriate was being advertised through the media, brochures, activities and applications for their students.
In addi- and professional networks, regional newspapers pub- tion, each teacher brings to the classroom a Hot wives seeking sex Saint Clairsville lished feature stories on Daners people and activities that set of goals, priorities, and interests. The publicity assisted A main goal of Folklife in the Curriculum was to the recruitment effort for the teachers' course and help teachers develop units of study that would fulfill stimulated interest in local culture.
See "Children's these needs and integrate the study of folk arts with Educational Program- in the chapter on Fenton Ander- other curriculum objectives.
These units would use folk son for a description of the program. The course language, and physical education. It introduced them to basic concepts tion. This status in turn made it applicable toward in folklife studies and to examples in Dancere school district educational improvement requirements County, and then assisted them in the preparation of and, in most cases, eligible for tuition reimbursement.
School, which is centrally located in the county. The course methodology adopted the methods and Folklife in the Curriculum was designed to meld techniques of holistic education. As much as possible. NJSCA goals fbr holistic arts education with the struc- Folklife in the Curriculum sought to structure experi- ture and needs of the public education system.
That ence into the study of concepts. It drew on the partici- system comprises not just the classroom teacher, but a pants' own folklife and created for them experiences multileveled curriculum and Trentkn system with folklife and folk artists. This allowed them to ex- as well. Individual school principals, school-district trapolate folklife concepts and to gain first-hand ac- curriculum and procedural supervisors, local school quaintance with local folklife, as well as to evaluate boards, and Beautiful women seeking sex Santa Clarita education departments all have an the educational possibilities of the activities.
Under- impact on the policies, procedures, and curriculum re- pinning these experiences were readings in folklife and quirements in the Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey. Generally, curriculum for education. First, class neededmke were intro- duced to basic concepts by looking at their own experi- ences. They used a lengthy questionnaire on family and childhood to examine and then discuss their own cultural repertoires.
They shared family narratives, family language, and family customs, noting where ethnicity, region, and occupation played Dncers role. They drew "cognitive maps" of their childhood neighbor- hoods, identifying age-group and family concepts, cus- toms, and beliefs.
They labeled special places on a county map, recalling Jdrsey names, legends, and per- sonal experiences related to those places. They shared family foodways, explaining the context and history of each dish or practice to their classmates. Marion Spense, who grew up on a farm, explained that this last item, a pur- chased, rather Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey a homemade, goody, had become a family tradition because Easter usually fell during the busy planting season.
Then the students explored occupational folklife. These three topics were woven into activities throughout the course. For instance, before they for- mally pursued their own fieldwork, teachers were in- troduced to interviewing skills and techniques. They observed the folklorist during field trips with folk art- ists and practiced interviewing during the artists' vis- its to class. During the same events, they identified and observed folklife genres in context, and began develop- ing ideas for curriculum applications for their own Salt-hay farmer Ed Gibson leads teachers on a tour of his classes.
Delaware Bay salt-hay farm during the Folklife in Dancerd A variety of activities was used to develop concepts Curriculum course.
At Turkey Point, salt-hay farmer Ed Gibson ing occupation. On the field trip they observed and took the group out onto his meadows and showed them recorded examples of folk technology, ethnoscientific the system of dikes and drainage ditches that regulates understandings of the environment, occupational jar- and protects the growth of salt hay.
In follow-up discus- gon and narrative, and regional artifacts. They met sion, teachers identified 'ways that the observed infor- oyster planter Fenton Anderson in Bivalve and toured mation could be integrated into the teaching of math the Martha Meerwald. Fisherman Nerallen Hoffman net knittingscience bay ecologyt, and language lo- described fishing seasons and demonstrated netmaking cal hero legends. Techniques and problems in fieldwork and presenta- tion were considered both through readings, such as Peter Bartis's Folklik and Fieldwork, and carefully measured practice.
Before artists' visits to class, stu- dents were given tips on interviewing and asked to dfl observe the folklorist during these events. Soon they joined in the interviews. During field trips, they learned to observe the environment to understand the artist better. Finally, they began the most important task of their project development --their own fieldwork with tlu. All the teachers met with their artist partners two or thfee Olga Fogg on right shows teacher Karen I lorwitz one of the many family-history quilts she has made.
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Then they planned the unit field trip, teachers Local horny girls Clive for ways to integrate the top- around a four-visit residency, constructing an overall ics into subject-area studies.
In the brainstorming ses- unit plan, daily plans, and special activity materials sions that fbl lowed, they devised mini lessons for these with the help of the fblk artist.
They read articles and sample materials The residency programs were scheduled to fit into on the use of fblklife in the classroom. They perused the last few weeks of the semester. Some teachers con- resource materials. They brought in materials they structed extensive programs that lasted for many had used previously to share with others in the class. Others developed a concen- tically, in which several artists would visit and develop trated single-focus short-term program.
But all of the a well-rounded view of the culture integrated into all programs created first-hand learning experiences in subject areas; thematically, in which a theme such as the company of the teaching tandemfolk artist and "immigration" or "domestic arts" would be examined teacher. Curriculum Development Over twenty folk artists participated in the 'um- tively, they created programs that would work for berland program.
In their personal histories they students in the primary grades through senior high, represent the cultural diversity of the regionAfrican- in subjects from art through library science through American, Native American, Estonian, Japanese, En- math, for groups of' students from Educable Mentally glish, Ukrainian, Italian, Irish, Swedish, Puerto Rican.
Retarded Emit to Gifted and Talented. They come from families that Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey, fished, oystered, Folk artists made valuable contributions to the plan- worked in the glass Hot housewives want sex Chandler Quebec textile houses, hunted, ning process.
They were, first of all, able to provide the trapped, ran small businesses, shucked oysters, crewed cooperating teacher with a wealth of knowledge gained boats, built boats. They are mas- over the course of a lifetime, much of which is r t avail- ters of verbal arts, painting, embroidery, cooking, sing- able in books.
Their personal experiences prompted ing, dancing, quilting, jewelry making, paperfolding, creative ideas for presentation. Taking a tip Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey and more. They began EMR students make butter by rolling a jar of cream with a good understanding of their students' needs, a back and forth on the floor. In addition to being re- strong sense of their mission as teachers, and an open- sources themselves, Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey artists gave teachers access ness to folk artists as colleagues in the fulfillment of to places, materials, and people that could amplify that mission.
They found ways to combine their skills the curriculum. Networks of friends, co-workers, and in teaching with the artists' skills in folk arts. Collec- family were often drawn into the programs. He was showing us all the animal signs and things that the kids had never seen. You can read and see films about 4 something, but it's not the same. It's not the same as - experiencing it. Torop also was a student at times, learning Road School in Franklin Township. Photograph by from us, from the questions the students asked, what Dennis McDonald.
So we took turns. Field trips and visits with other group mem- Residencies both highlighted existing community bers were developed 1 hrough these connections.
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Renee Ford discovered that her possibilities for successful learning events. Most artists mother knew Joe Gibbs from church choir visits, and were adept at working with the children, often using Connie Schuchard found that another teacher in her engagement as a management technique. Some served school knew Gibbs because she had shucked oysters to especially well as role models for students.
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In a Reeves as resident artist during their study of New Jer- residency, "you're creating an experience for Istu- sey history, students saw their local culture validated dents I," explains Ron Manno. That experience engages by the school. At the conclusion of each residency, teachers com- Referring to his students' visit to the Corbin City Wild- piled their materials into curriculum packages. The Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey Refuge with Tom Brown, Manno explained: Each teacher developed the written version of the program Th in a way that was meaningful to her or him.
I begin with a brief review of the ,nonomic and demo- graphic development of Cumberland County. Against that backdrop are Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey the personal biographies of nine of the folk artists who participated in the Cumber- land County PATE. The artists are profiled in the con- text of their cultural communities. Their biographies show how intricately cultural skills are woven into per- sonal expericace, and personal experience is woven into cornmunity history.
Each folk artist is at once hot h a unique, multifaceted individual and a representative of a broader cultural experience. Following each biography is Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey separate section show- ing how programs were constructed with the artist.
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These curriculum materials are intended more as a stimulus Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey ideas than as a blueprint fbr replicat ion. Teachers report that they learn much from talking with other teachers. These pages may therefOre "talk" Tom Brown explains his collection of arrowheads during his residency with students of Mary Fisher at the Downy Wife want hot sex Oakland Acres teachers and other educators about how to integrate Township Elementary School in Newport.
Photograph local people and cultures into both the content and the by Rita Moonsammy. English, Swedish, not just because the past is well preserved and re- and Dutch settlers were joined by New Englanders constructed in places such as Greenwich and New Swe- seeking a milder climate. These pioneers established den, but because it is still a vital part of the present small farms and used the rivers for transport.
Although the availability of land Because of its proximity to the Cohansey, Greenwich and water influenced settlement, lifestyles, and indus- was an important town well into the eighteenth cen- try throughout our country in the past, many places tury, when Bridgeton took over a pivotal role. Eridge- today are dramatically different because of techno- ton began as "Cohansey Bridge" with the establish- logical change, immigration, and suburbanization.
In ment of the first sawmill on the Cohansey inand Cumberland County, however, the use of land and grew as other mills produced lumber and meal. Even- water continues to influence lifestyles in a more tradi- tually, industries developed there, and the town be- tional way. Roberts Bateman and Ann E.
Yates right under construction at Parson's Shipyard in Greenwich, Courtesy of the Cumberland County Historical Society. About the same time, the European immigrants and contributing to the growth waterq of the Maurice River, by driving numerous of the cities. During Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey same period, the grand projects mills, powered the development of Millville.
Shipyards at Leesburg, Dorchester, Maurice- to the diversification of Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey populace. Many of these vessels were produced for miles of sandy acreage in the northeastern portion of the oyster industry, which entered its commercial era the county. He envisioned Landis Township as an ag- in the early nineteenth Wife looking casual sex GA Stevens pottery 31031. The townships of ricultural utopiaan area of vegetable, fruit, and Downe, Maurice River, and Commercial, in particular, berry farms with a city of spacious streets at its center.
He divided the area into five- and ten-acre lots outside By the mid-nineteenth century, many factories were a city he named Vineland and set about recruiting producing window glass and other glassware. Millville what he thought would be the most suitable residents boomed, and life there was shaped by the glass indus- for the township"thrifty, intelligent" New England- try.
Almost every family had at least one member ers for the city, and "skilled Italians" for the farms.
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Produce auct ions were started to facilitate sales they opened cigar, clothing, and canning factories to and distribution, and canning factories opened to pro- supplement their farm income.
Stevens and Brothers Can House in Cedarville, circa Courtesy of Cumberland County Historical Society. Cwsh the same decade, Charles F. Seabrook began developing what was to become one of the first agri- Acre Lots! At first he employed Two-Acre Lots! African-Americans and southerners, but afterThree-Acre Lots! Japanese-Americans from the internment camps of the Four-Acre Lots!
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Company on the Cohansey River in Bridgeton, circa With the future of agriculture in the area whole world meets in Bivalve," as Trdnton and refrig- uncertain, canneries moved out rather than update eration expanded markets. In those decades, the indus- older machinery. Many people left the county in search try boasted annual sales of over five million dollars and of jobs.
Suburbs grow "planting" season. In the twenties, shucking houses to accommodate commuters who work in Philadelphia, opened, and brought African-Americans from the Wilmington, and Atlantic City. Older towns such as Chesapeake to reside in areas such as Shellpile. Bridgeton and Mauricetown refurbish and use their Thus, the county entered the modern era economi- historic resources to develop tourism.
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The De Forte Jdrsey. Feast of the Madonna di Cassandrino in Chambersburg, circa Joachim's Church in Trenton Chambersburg. Angelo and Trengon Picardi. Lou Zanoni, age 5, at family wedding with brothers and cousins, peeking out at the camera. DiNola-Caprio family at the St. Joseph's Day Nededmake, circa I grew up in a row home on Franklin Street in the Chambersburg section of Trenton where the backyards were the size of a postage stamp, but the land was fertile.
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First experience was at St Joachim Catholic School, learning my religious studies, and the mixing of cultures between all the students. Every Sunday After mass we would have our sunday dinner at home, then my father whould tell us stories of the old country and we would be fascinated for hours, Little by little we would Hippi guy seeks playmate to be proud of our ethnic background.
My dad whould take us to the Columbus Parade Jersej Columbus park and we loved it,again another dose of Italianism. My Parents would meet all their Gumbas and give us a little spending money we were off to the races, for 12 years then it was over! Year is and now I have Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey of my own taking them to the festival just like my father did with me. That my friend's is passing down the Italian heritage. My children Dancers neededmake cash Trenton New Jersey loved it!
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It was a wonderful time and place to be a child. My neededmke would take me to Columbus Park as an infant to watch him and his stogie smoking friends play multiple rounds of bocce. Joachims or basketball and hard ball at Columbus. It was truly the proverbial "Life of Riley" and I didn't even know it. I'm wondering how many people can relate to my fondest memories.
One was the collection of change from the front of Immaculate Conception church on Saturday afternoons after the wedding masses ended and the other was waking up needed,ake the tantalizing aroma of meat, garlic and onion wafting through the house on a Sunday morning.