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    • African American agricultural laborers--North Carolina.; Kinston (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; North Carolina--Race relations.
    • Transcript: Mr. Edward Leroy West Life History Interview (first of two sessions) Interviewee: Mr. Edward Leroy (“Leroy”) WEST Date: Friday, January 23, 2009 Location: His home, 5402 Highway 70 West, Kinston, NC 28504 (on Parrott...


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    • African American civil rights workers--Tennessee--Nashville.; Civil rights movements--Tennessee--Nashville.; African American civil rights workers--Tennessee--Nashville.; African Americans--Civil rights--Tennessee--Nashville.
    • Oral History Interview with James Lawson, October 24, 1983. Interview F-0029. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JAMES A. LAWSON: Hello. DALLAS A. BLANCHARD: Jim, this...


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    • African American clergy--North Carolina--Durham.; African American Pentecostals--North Carolina--Durham.; African Americans--Religion.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] CHRISTOPHER WEBER: Today is October 18, 2000, and I am talking to Bishop Moore at the Durham Hosiery Mill. Let me ask you first, Bishop Moore, what's your full name? ...


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    • African American clergy.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; African Americans--Segregation--Southern States.; Hospital Workers' Strike, Charleston, S.C., 1969.
    • Interviewee: Rev. Theodore R. Lewis Jr. Interviewer: Kieran Taylor Interview date: June 25, 2008 Location: Calvary Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina Length: 1 disc, two tracks, approximately 2 hours and 8 minutes START OF DISC 1, TRACK...


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    • African American families--North Carolina.; African American women household employees--North Carolina.; Segregation in education--North Carolina.
    • Interviewee: Louise Freeman McDowell Interviewer: Will Griffin Interview date: May 13, 2008 Location: 1955 Woodcrest Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina Length: 1 disc, approximately 26 minutes START OF DISC WG: This is Willie Griffin. I am here as a...


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    • ; African American Mormons.
    • Sister Pat Council BARBARA COPELAND: Will be interviewing Sister Pat Council today. Today is Friday November 30* in the year 2001. Sister Pat Council is a Latter Day Saint from the Church of Jesus Christ, the Mormon church. So I just want to start...


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    • African American Mormons.
    • Ryan Frost BARBARA COPELAND: Ryan Frost and we're going to be talking about intermarriage and interdating in the Mormon faith. Brother Frost is a Latter-day Saint of Jesus, of the Church of Jesus Christ--how do you say that? RYAN FROST: Church of...


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    • African American Mormons.
    • Shae Grays BARBARA COPELAND: With the interviewee is Shae Grays. She is a student at NC State. She is also an African American who is a Latter-day Saint. My name is Barbara Copeland. I will be interviewing her, and today we'll be talking about...


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    • African American women--Education (Higher)--North Carolina--Durham.; African American physicians--North Carolina--Durham.; African American students--North Carolina.
    • TAPE LOG – DR. JOANNE A P WILSON Interviewee: DR. JOANNE A P WILSON Interviewer: Olukemi Ogundipe Interview Date: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008 Location: Dr. Wilson’s office in the orange zone of Duke South TAPE INDEX Counter Index Topic [Disc 1 of...


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    • African American women--North Carolina--Granville County.; African Americans--North Carolina--Granville County.; Farm life--North Carolina--Granville County.; African Americans--Education--North Carolina--Granville County.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] EDDIE McCOY: ........1995, I’m James Eddie McCoy, I’m at [text deleted] , time is 7 pm, I’m visiting with Mrs. Martha Cooley. MARTHA COOLEY: My stepmother died and...


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    • African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.; African American women social reformers--New York (State)--New York.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] SUE THRASHER: This is an interview with Ella Baker April 19, 1977, with Sue Thrasher and Casey Hayden. Was this thirteen-month-old baby picture taken in Norfolk? ...

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