Steve Fesenmaier (fesenms@wvlc.lib.wv.us)
Wed, 01 Oct 2003 09:53:32 -0400

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Red Salt & Reynolds

2003 29 mins. Paradise Film Institute and US Army Corps of Engineers

Corps anthropologist Dr. Maslowski has spent years excavating a site at
the Marmet Lock Replacement Project in Kanawha County, West Virginia.
The excavations uncovered four salt furnaces, John Reynolds’ mansion,
the cabin occupied by his slaves and the cemetery where he and several
family members were buried. Historic and industrial archeology,
bio-anthropology and historic documents were used to detail the rise and
fall of
the Reynolds family and local salt industry which was once the largest
salt producer in America. Music by Chuck Biel. Written by Erika
Celeste. Edited by Brett Ward. Assistant editor Mike Riley. Produced and
by Daniel Boyd. Executive producer Robert Maslowski. Narrator David
Selby. Chief historian Billy Joe Peyton. Access: It is available from
West Virginia Archeological Society P.O. Box 300 Hurricane, WV 25526
The cost for the DVD or VHS version is $10.00 plus $3.00 shipping and
handling. It is also available at the Clay Center and Frog Creek Books
in the
Capitol Market.

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