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"It's Home": Memories of the Ducktown Basin

A documentary about life in the Basin

Next showing: Sunday, July 10 @ 2;30 pm - Cleveland Public Library

"It's Home": Memories of the Ducktown Basin documentary will premiere Sunday, May 15 at 3:00 p.m. at the Copper Basin High School gym.  Admission is free to view the 58 minute documentary featuring old movies, photos and interviews of area residents.  The documentary is a project of OLD TOWN PRODUCTIONS.


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The documentary focuses on the life of the families and people living in a very different setting.  Living in a small mining town with no grass or trees created some differences but the human spirit and activities were the same as in any other city in America. There were politics, baseball games, dances, intrigue, shopping, and jobs.

   Eighteen Ducktown Basin residents were interviewed in the making of the documentary. "The stories they tell are of their lives growing up in the Basin," Moore added. "The hardest part was trimming down the hours of interviews to fit into our goal to keep the project around 1 hour," Moore concluded.  All of the interview footage will be donated to the Ducktown Basin Museum to help preserve the history of the area. Local residents that will appear in the documentary are Mary Louise Landrum, Richard Jabaley, Richard Wagner, Barbara Dilbeck, Barbara Holder, Peggy Kilpatrick, Keith Dilbeck, Alden Dilbeck, Dawna Standridge, Joyce Allen, Jimmy Helton, Barbara Proctor, Jim.my Proctor, Sarah Verner, Stan Helton, Steve Helton, Ron Singleton, and Robert Brown



Memories of the Ducktown Basin

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