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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers--South Carolina.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; Leadership in women--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: I'll tell you generally what I am doing and then what I wanted to talk to you about. I'm director of the Oral History Program at the University of...


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    • United States--Officials and employees.; United States--Officials and employees.; Southern States--Economic conditions.; Southern States--Race relations.; United States--Politics and government.; United States--Social conditions.; Civil rights...
    • Oral History Interview with Clark Foreman, November 16, 1974. Interview B-0003. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] BILL FINGER This is an interview with Mr. Clark...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Lynching--Southern States.; Women civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights workers--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: …I am writing a dissertation on that subject for Columbia University and I had the first draft of it completed when I came here in September. My first...


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    • Women political activists--South Carolina.; Women--Education--Southern States.; Women--Suffrage--South Carolina.; Women's rights--South Carolina.; Child labor--Law and legislation--South Carolina.
    • Oral History Interview with Josephine Wilkins, 1972. Interview G-0063. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: Tell me something about your family...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • CARTRIDGE 1, Side 1 RAPER: ••• whites were paying a larger price for lynching than the Negroes. And primarily because it's better to be a dead man murdered than a live murderer. -- it's not ss devastating to the human spirit. Of course I know so_...


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    • Georgia--Social conditions.; Southern States--Race relations.; Women social reformers--Southern States.; Women Social reformers--Southern States.; Human services--Southern States.; Social problems--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern...
    • Oral History Interview with Guion Griffis Johnson, July 1, 1974. Interview G-0029-4. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] MARY FREDERICKSON: When we talked before, we got...


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    • Texas--Race relations.; School integration--Southern States.; Lynching--Southern States.; Women civil rights workers.
    • ^ ^ Ta^c / J /fee/ / ^What led you to become Involved in the interracial movement?/ Well, I want to go back just a little bit. .I'm a native of East Texas and it Is the old part of Texas, the slavery area. There...


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    • North Carolina--Race relations.; Civil rights workers--North Carolina.; African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina.; Women civil rights workers--North Carolina.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina.
    • Oral History Interview with Guy P. Johnson, December 16, 1974. Interview B-0006. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: I wanted to ask you . . . really...


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    • Young Women's Christian associations.; Southern States--Race relations.; Child labor--Law and legislation.
    • JACQUELYN HALL: Tell of his own experience. KATHARINE DU PRE LUMPKIN: Well, he had a very interesting history, which he had told me of. He owned a small plantation, he and his brothers and sisters, his family, down in Georgia, and would go down...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: HELEN LEWIS Interviewee: Helen Lewis Interviewer: Jessica Wilkerson Date: May 28, 2010 Location: Home of Helen Lewis in Morganton, GA Length: One audio file, approximately 198 minutes START OF INTERVIEW Jessie Wilkerson: Now it’s on....


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    • Civil rights movements--North Carolina.; Sociologists--North Carolina.
    • EE - 1 - Interview # 1 Interview with Dr. Arthur F. Raper by Daniel Singal In his home, Oakton, Virginia January 18, 1971 Q: Dr. Raper, could we begin by talking about when you were born and where and about your family? Dr. Raper: OK, Mr. Singal. I...


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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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    • Women civil rights workers.; Women labor union members.
    • Interview number G-0065-2 in the Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007) at The Southern Historical Collection, The Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library, UNC-Chapel Hill. Jacquelyn Hall: So after college, what happened? Alice...


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    • School integration--South Carolina.; Women civil rights workers.; African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.
    • ACQUELYN HALL: The first thing I wanted to ask you is just a little bit more about your mother and father. Your mother, you said, was a schoolteacher? MODJESKA SIMKINS: Yes, she taught before I was born. JACQUELYN HALL: What was her name, first...


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    • Young Women's Christian associations.; Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers--Georgia--Atlanta.; African American women legislators--Georgia.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Civil rights...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: How did?? First, tell me a little bit about your parents, and their parents. About your origins. GRACE TOWNS HAMILTON: All right. I grew up on the...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Social reformers--Southern States.; Pacifists--Southern States.; Social justice--Religious aspects--Christianity.; Social justice--Southern States--Societies, etc.; Social movements--Southern States.; Labor...
    • Oral History Interview with Howard Kester, July 22, 1974. Interview B-0007-1. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#400007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] HOWARD KESTER: . . . that one right over there. She...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Social reformers--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Employee rights--Southern States.; Working class--Civil rights--Southern States.; Social justice--Southern States--Religious...
    • Oral History Interview with Howard Kester, August 25, 1974. Interview B-0007-2. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#400007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] MARY FREDERICKSON: Well, how long did you live in...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Segregation--Southern States.
    • Oral History Interview with Marion Wright, March 8, 1978. Interview B-0034. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: In the speech you made to the Southern...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Charleston (S.C.)--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers.; African American women educators.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.;...
    • JACQUELYN HALL: . . . what your parents were like? SEPTIMA POINSETTE CLARK: Well, my name is Septima Clark, and I was born in Charleston, South Carolina, May 3, 1898. My mother and father lived at that time on Wentworth Street, and the house is...

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