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    • Leadership in women--North Carolina.; Cherokee Indians--North Carolina.; Indians of North America--North Carolina.; Cherokee Indians--Social life and customs.; Cherokee Indians--Politics and government.; Cherokee women.
    • (^ -^??- SOHP Series: Women's Leadership and Grassroots Activism TAPE LOG PRINCIPAL CHIEF JOYCE DUGAN Joyce Dugan, Principal Chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Alicia J. Rouverol May 29, 1996 Council House, Cherokee, NC 5.29.96-JD.l...


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    • Louisville (Ky.)--Race relations.; Civil rights--Kentucky.; Civil rights movements--Kentucky.; Kentucky--Race relations.; Kentucky--Social life and customs.; Louisville (Ky.)--Economic conditions.; Louisville (Ky.); Urban...
    • 1 Interviewee: Charlie Hunton Interviewer: David Cline Interview date: June 5, 2006 Location: Louisville, KY Length: 1 disc, approximately 1 hour and 46 minutes DC: Good morning, I’ll just make sure this is working. Testing, this is David. If you...


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    • Lawyers--North Carolina.; North Carolina--Race relations.; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.; Charlotte (N.C.); North Carolina--Social life and customs.; School integration--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Baptists--North Carolina.
    • 3~-3S Interview with William E. Poe September 26, 1995 October 5, 1995 By Martin L. White School of Law Oral History Project University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcription on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis...


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    • North Carolina--Biography.
    • 6 This is Ben Bulla, June 4, 1987. I am talking to Ervin/"Blackie" Frazier. a long time employee of Sellers Mfg. Co. Blackie tells me that his parents came to Saxapahaw in 1927, the same year that Everett Jordan came here as manager of the mill. ...


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    • ^72^ Interview By Warren Moore Of Suzanne Moss on October Ik, 18U Cullowhee, North Carolina Warren: This is Suzanne Moss reading a poem about her grandfather. Suzanne: There was a farmer, a very cheerful man Who had learned through much hard work...


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    • <- Interview By Warren Moore Of Jim Ryan Cullowhee, N. C. October 9, 198U Warren: Well, let's talk about the change a little bit. Jim: As I said, in my mind I see World War II as the line of demarcation so to speak between what used to be and what...


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    • Gadsden (Ala.)--Social life and customs.; Women labor union members--Southern States.; Women textile workers--Southern States.; Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor unions--Alabama--Gadsden.; Textile workers--Southern States.; Women Textile...
    • [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: Tell me something about your early life: who your parents were and where you grew up. EULA MCGILL: I was born near Resaca, Georgia on May 15, 1911. My father worked in an ore mine in...


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    • \L--rnf Interview of Reg Moody By Warren Moore January 22, 1985 Sylva, N. C. Warren: Now, did you grow up right here in Sylva? Reg: I was born in Sylva in 1936. My daddy, do you want me to use names? Warren: Yeah, unless you don't want to....


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    • \L-(p(p$ Interview By Warren Moore rviolh'e. Of Molly Blankenship Cherokee, N. C. September 27, 198U Warren: Molly, were you born here? Molly: Yes. I was born in Cherokee and I was the first child born in the old, old hospital, the first hospital...


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    • \L-lS7(e Interview By Warren Moore Of Ruth and Nelson Cabe Macon County, NC September 30, 1981 Warren: Nelson, did you grow up up here? Nelson: Sure did. Warren: Where'd you grow up? Nelson: Right down there about 100 yards or two. I was born and...
    • Manigault plantation journal

    • Plantation owners; Plantations; Fugitive slaves; Slaves; Slavery; Rice plantations; Agriculture;
    • Plantation record book, 1833-1879, kept by Louis Manigault and containing information on the three major Manigault plantations: Silk Hope, at the head of the Cooper River in Berkeley District, S.C., and Gowrie and East Hermitage on Argyle Island in...

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