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    • Tobacco workers--North Carolina.
    • INTERVIEW J - 2 Interview Notes ,'^ Frank (Jim) Page Friday, December 3, 19?6 Red Wood Rd,, Durham County 00? I first heard blues at these parties at the homes; we'd have what they called big ice-cream parties and sometimes a "dancing frolic"...


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    • K-76,7 Interview By Warren Moore Of Miss Kay Wilkins Plumtree, N. C. December 3, 198U Kay: We think it dates back to the late 1700's or the early iBOO's. The old folks saidthey've passed on nowbut they said it has been here as long as they could...


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    • Immigrants--North Carolina.; Cambodian Americans--Ethnic identity.; Refugees--Cambodia.; Refugees--North Carolina.; Cambodian Americans--North Carolina.; North Carolina--Ethnic relations.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] BARBARA LAU: Okay. Today is November— what did they say— RAN KONG: 25th. BARBARA LAU: —25th, 2000. My name is Barbara Lau. And we're in Greensboro, North Carolina,...


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    • K-7%0 Interview by Warren Moore Gayton and Pearl Marshall March 15, 1983 Montezuma, N.C. Warren: It was bull scrape? Gayton: They'd get right here--they'd get their salt and that's where'd they have their fights, you know. The male cow--...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Chapel Hill (N.C.)--Race relations.; Women librarians--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Women in public life--North Carolina.
    • Oral History Interview with Cornelia Spencer Love, January 26, 1975. Interview G-0032. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] CORNELIA SPENCER LOVE: When I first came South...


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    • World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives, American.; Practice of law.; Families--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Rocky Mount (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Arts--North Carolina--Rocky Mount.; Legal aid--North Carolina--Rocky Mount.;...
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    • ; Chapel Hill (N.C.)--History.; ; Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Conscientious objectors.; Iron and steel workers--Illinois--Chicago.; Labor laws and legislation--United States.
    • TT-7/ Interview with Michael G. Okun September 14, 1995 October 9, 1995 by Phil Cargile School of Law Oral History Project University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at the Southern Historical Collection Louis Round...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • WYNN: You talk about writing your stories and writing your poems — most of your writings have incorporated in them some place music and a lot of religion and superstition that I sense came from those early days. Did it? GREEN: Yes, that's right. I...


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    • Textile workers--North Carolina.; Women textile workers.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ALLEN TULLOS: The best thing for me is to go ahead and ask Mr. Pharis these questions and if you feel you have any information you can add, to add. Another time I...


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    • K-747 (Mrs. E. T. Rodda) Interview of Mrs. Louise Morgan Rodda By Warren Moore September 26, 1984 Webster, N C Warren: We are near Webster. What would you call this. Louise: We're in Webster. Warren: We are in Webster, NC and it is September...


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    • Interview By Warren Moore Of Hal and Hattie Oats August 3, 1982 * Hattie: ...people who had never had anything, been anywhere, or knew anything; and I always sort of resented that because I've been living here a long time. Warren: And that's just...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • Greenville (S.C.)--Social life and customs.; Businessmen--South Carolina--Greenville.; Textile industry.; Textile workers--Labor unions--South Carolina--Greenville.
    • Oral History Interview with Alester G. Furman, Jr., January 6, 1976. Interview B-0019. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] BRENT GLASS: This is an interview with Alester...


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    • K-72.^ Interview By Warren Moore Of Myrtle and Bob Merrill August 21, 1982 Warren: How has it changed. If you were trying to tell somebody how it has changed, what would some of the things be? Myrtle: Well they changed the roads around and they...

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