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Looking for the North Country: How do we create a sense of place? Call-in #3

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We continue our series of five radio call-in conversations about the place, the people, the history and the local culture we call North Country. Tonight we explore the question: How do we create a sense of place?--and look at the oral and written traditions, and musical heritage of the region. In the studio are series host NCPR news director Martha Foley, TAUNY executive director Varick Chittenden, Doug Welch, a book collector, bibliographer, and librarian at Canton College, and writer Chris Angus of Canton. Joining them by phone from WAMC in Albany are folklorist Vaughan Ward, director of the Black Crow network, a regional cultural services group, and Vaughan's husband, George, who's also a folklorist, as well a collector and performer of regional traditional music.

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