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OUR STATE

Thomas Built Bus/Poplar Appeal/Cherokee Language

  • Aired: 05/05/2010
  • 28:28
  • Rating: TV-G
Go behind the scenes of the company that has been making the ubiquitous yellow busses for several generations. Naturalist and storyteller Doug Elliot shares entertaining perspectives. Explore Cherokee language and culture as one of the primary areas within the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area.
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This show profiles bus making company Thomas, naturalist Doug Elliot and Cherokee culture.
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