Blue Jacket

Blue Jacket
Blue Jacket: a Library of Congress local legacy. Film supported by the Library of Congress in recognition of the cultural importance of the outdoor drama Blue Jacket. The film describes the creation of the outdoor drama written by the playwright W.L. Mundell, discusses the historical background of the play, and details the drama's legacy. The narrator of the film is Scott Galbraith, a former actor in the drama, and David L. Hobson, a former U.S. Representative from Ohio makes an appearance in the film. Blue Jacket tells a version the history of the Greene County, Ohio-area around the time of American Revolution and the interactions between white settlers, the Shawnee Indians, and enslaved Black persons.
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video recordings
18cm x 10cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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