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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.
    • \j/007~> A-IOz\ This is an interview with James P. Coleman, former Governor of Mississippi and current member of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in Hackerman, Mississippi, March 30, 1974. The interview was conducted by Jack Bass and Walter...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.
    • [imn A-n] Interview with Gil Garmichael, Meridian, Mississippi, March 30, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Bass: Let me ask you, even before we get to that, what's your own background, very quickly?...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Mississippi.
    • [*/667'A- Interview with W. F. (Bill) Minor, Jackson Bureau Chief, New Orleans Times-Picayune. March 25, 1974, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: That's right, you are one of the few livyou've been...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.
    • V007 :A-ln~[ Interview with John Bell Williams, former governor and Congressman, Jackson, Mississippi, March 29, 1974, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: Looking back over this last twenty-five...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Civil rights--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.
    • \jH>07 : 4-ft] p inty y Interview with Henry Bowie, Assistant Director of the /j Council, March 31, 197^, at McComb, Mississippi. Conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. Transcribed by Linda Killen. Bowie: I've been here it...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Women lawyers--Mississippi.; Women politicians.; Feminists--United States.; Women in politics--United States.; Women--Societies and clubs.; Women's rights--United States.; Women--Suffrage--Southern States.
    • LUCY SOMERVILLE HOWORTH: Well naturally, I imbibed that with my early sitting at the knees of my mother. One of my earliest recollections is sitting by her desk, she would be writing and addressing envelopes, and I would arrange in little stacks...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Civil rights--Mississippi.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; African Americans--Mississippi.; Racism--Mississippi.; African...
    • Oral History Interview with Aaron Henry, April 2, 1974. Interview A-0107. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] AARON HENRY: —to where some people are, to where perhaps...


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    • Mississippi--Race relations.; Lawyers--Mississippi.; College teachers--Mississippi--Oxford.; School integration--Mississippi.; African Americans--Civil rights--Mississippi.; Academic freedom--Mississippi.
    • Oral History Interview with William Patrick Murphy, January 17, 1978. Interview B-0043. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM PATRICK MURPHY: … thing started...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.
    • [fW: A~//v] Interview with George Rogers, chairman of Mississippi House of Representatives' Education Committee, conducted in Vicksburg, on March 27, 1974, by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Rogers: in what way? I...


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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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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Mississippi.
    • \f/66l: 4-J0i\ J.B.: How did you get interested in running for Congress? Dean: Two or three things happened. First thing was that I got interested in some problems associated with housing for poor. Looking into it, I found out that the chairman of...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Press and politics--Mississippi.
    • Interview with Robert Clark, representative from Homes county, Mississippi, March 28, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Bass: The county-wide meeting in Homes county is what?...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; African Americans--Violence against--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Racism--Mississippi.; Press and politics--Mississippi.; Civil rights--Mississippi.;...
    • Oral History Interview with Hodding Carter, April 1, 1974. Interview A-0100. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACK BASS: How do you see Mississippi politics? HODDING...


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    • Women social reformers--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Women sociologists--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Social movements--Southern States.; Unemployed--Georgia.; Women social reformers--Mississippi.; Women--Employment.; Work and family.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: Tell me a little bit about your family. The historical origins of your family … were they all Mississippi people? EMILY S. MACHLACHLAN: Yes, I was...


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    • Civil rights--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Labor unions--Mississippi.
    • \j/007: A-IIZ\ Interview with Claude Ramsey, president of Mississippi AFL-CIO, March 28, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries, transcribed by linda Killen. Jack Bass: You remember in 19^8 when George Wallace stayed at the...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.; Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Mississippi.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] Portions of this tape are inaudible due to the poor technical quality of the tape. JACK BASS: How did you get active in the Republican party? CLARKE REED: I was...


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    • Southern States--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; Women political activists--Mississippi.
    • [^007: A-/OS] This is an interview with Patt Derian, Democratic National Committeewoman from the State of Mississippi. The interview was conducted by Jack Bass and Walter DeVries, and was transcribed by Susan Hathaway. The interview date was March...


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    • Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Economic conditions.; Ku Klux Klan (1915- )--Mississippi.
    • f 9007 .- /I - Interview with Paul Johnson, former governor of Mississippi (1963-67), March 26, 1974, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Jack Bass: Change in economics did? Johnson: It's always a factor. Oh and...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Mississippi--Politics and government.; Mississippi--Race relations.; School integration--Mississippi.; African American politicians--Mississippi.
    • Interview with Eugene McLemore, black lawyer, graduate of University of Mississippi Law School and Republican, April 2, 197^. by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen. Eugene McLemore: I am a member of the Mississippi...


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    • Interviewee: Margaret Herring Interviewer: Tim Tyson Interview date: April 16, 2010 Location: SNCC 50th Reunion, Raleigh, NC Length: 1 disc, approximately 56 minutes Tim Tyson: I guess since we’ve got [0:02] you should say your name and...

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