Rural health services--Tennessee.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Tape begins with footage of an unknown man singing and playing the banjo, which was recorded over footage of an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet, a retired deep miner and his wife. Interview footage includes discussion of medical services, schools, union organizing, and general life in the mining town of Pruden. The Hamlets also discuss harvesting and selling ginseng, mentioning that at the time of taping, ginseng root sold for $55 per pound.
Total time: 17 minutes
Continuation of the discussion from tape 4 on the finances of the White Oak community medical clinic including problems of management and the need for and doubts about self-sufficiency.
Total time: 18 minutes