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    • Civil rights movements--Alabama.; Birmingham (Ala.)--Economic conditions.; Civil rights--Alabama--Birmingham.; Community development--Alabama--Birmingham.; Child health services--Alabama.
    • TRANSCRIPT—ALBERT ROHLING Interviewee: Albert Rohling Interviewer: Kimberly Hill Interview Date: July 7, 2006 Location: Birmingham, Alabama Length: Two CDs, approximately 130 minutes START OF CD 1 KH: This is Kimberly Hill, and I am talking with...


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    • Textile workers--North Carolina.; Burlington (N.C.)--Social life and customs.
    • THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Piedmont Social History Project Interview with GRACE MOORE MAYNARD February 2?, 1979 Burlington, North Carolina By Allen Tullos Transcribed by David Knudsen and Jean...


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    • Interview with ANN ATWATER November 8, 1995 by Chris Gioia Indexed by Chris Gioia The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill -Original transcript on deposit at- The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round...


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    • 0-3L Southern Oral History Program North Carolina Poverty Fund "No Easy Walk" Conference Participants Omni Hotel, Durham, NC Terry Sanford Storytelling Session, December 13, 1996 cassette one of one 6- SANFORD...


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    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A L. C. BRUCE AUGUST 4, 1994 NATALIE FOUSEKIS: Mr. Bruce, I thought we’d continue our conversation, go back a little bit from where we ended the last tape, and then continue forward. Why don’t you tell me what...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; African Americans--Suffrage--Southern States.; Voter...
    • Oral History Interview with John Lewis, November 20, 1973. Interview A-0073. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] UNIDENTIFIED SPEAKER: John Lewis played a very essential...


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    • Educators--Southern States.; College integration--Southern States.; Education, Higher--Southern States.
    • Oral History Interview with John Ivey, July 21, 1990. Interview A-0360. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JOHN EGERTON: . . . your UNC context. When did you come here...


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    • Labor unions--Political activity.; South Carolina--Politics and government.; African American politicians--South Carolina.; Voter registration--South Carolina.
    • This is an interview with Ernest A. Finney, State Representative from Sumjter County, South Carolina on February 12, 3L9?4, and was transcribed by Susan Hathaway. JACK BASS: What has changed since 1948 South Carolina politics. ERNEST FINNEY: ...


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    • This interview was conducted with Joseph A. Jordan, Jr. at Norfolk, Virginia, on March 14, 1974, by Jack Bass and Walter DeVries. Transcribed by Jean Pruner. Bass: ... a little information about yourself. How long have you been active in politics...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Virginia--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Virginia.; Voter registration--Virginia.
    • This interview was conducted with Joseph A. Jordan, Jr. at Norfolk, Virginia, on March 14, 1974, by Jack Bass and Walter DeVries. Transcribed by Jean Pruner. Bass: ... a little information about yourself. How long have you been active in politics...


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    • Virginia--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Virginia.; Voter registration--Virginia.
    • ! This interview was conducted with Douglas Wilder, the only black member of Virginia State Senate, on March 15, 1974f by Jack Bass, Transcribed by Jean Pruner, J.B.: This is your first term in the state senate. Am I correct? Wilder: No, this...


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    • Interview with Joseph Carlyle Sitterson February 19, 1985 Chapel Hill, North Carolina by Pamela Dean Transcribed by Amy Glass The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1 Pamela Dean: This is Pamela Dean. The date...


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    • College administrators--North Carolina.; Appalachian Region, Southern--Social life and customs.
    • Interview with REUBEN HOLDEN September 23, 1989 By Karl Campbell Transcribed by Jovita Flynn The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis...


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    • Labor unions--Officials and employees--Southern States.; Labor unions--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM FINGER: Larry, I'd like to get a little early background to put your career in perspective. LAWRENCE ROGIN: On me? WILLIAM FINGER: Yes, just on you. Where...


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    • Strikes and lockouts--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.
    • Various themes were advanced in an interview with Larry Kessler, who was as instructor of history during the first foodworkers' strike in the spring of iyb9 He hypothsized that the waiKout Beta-' integrally related to earlier Qemuicla by the BlaCK...


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    • Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor unions--Organizing--Southern States.; Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor unions--Southern States.; Church work with the working class--Southern States.; Labor unions and communism.
    • Oral History Interview with David Burgess, September 25, 1974. Interview E-0001. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] BILL FINGER: David . . . is it O.K. if I call you...


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    • Women sociologists.
    • Olive Stone Interview 5: Chapel Hill years Meeting of the Southern League for People's Rights in Atlanta in 19;); beginning of the Southern C~ttee for People's Rights in Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill people involved in the Committee; Miss Stone's...


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    • African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • EUGENE WALKER: I want to acknowledge first of all that in most of the literature I've read, they've spoken rather highly of you. Some of them have gone so far as to dedicate works to you: Howard Zinn and his SNCC: The New Abolitionists and Pope and...


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    • Labor unions--South Carolina--Greenville.; Textile workers--South Carolina.
    • page 2 H.B.s Her maiden name. , 4- L. # I % G.E.: Was Grace Wells, and of course her mother was a Ba&cirv H.B.: What did her people do? G.E.: They were farmers. H.B.s Your father...


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    • Cooleemee (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Cooleemee (N.C.)--Economic conditions.; Women employees--North Carolina--Cooleemee.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Cooleemee.; Company stores--North Carolina--Cooleemee.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] W. WELDON HUSKE: Peggy, give me a little bit of information about your family, like your parents' names and where they came from. MARGARET SKINNER PARKER: Well, my...

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