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    • Yr\i1\ Interview By Warren Moore Of Ben Bridges Sylva, NC September 10, 198U Warren: How long have you beer doing work for...are you the official lawyer for Cherokee? Ben: I'm the tribal attorney. They came to us and we've represented them since...


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    • THE INTERVIEWEE. Mahovie Sanders Bryson is a member of the Catawba Nation. She attended the Catawba Indian School on the Catawba Reservation as a child. She then spent one year at a boarding school in Cherokee, North Carolina. She attended...


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    • Yr\i1\ Interview By Warren Moore Of Ben Bridges Sylva, NC September 10, 198U Warren: How long have you beer doing work for...are you the official lawyer for Cherokee? Ben: I'm the tribal attorney. They came to us and we've represented them since...


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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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    • \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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    • Interview of Dan McCoy By Warren Moore Cherokee, N.C. October 2, 1964 So, you grew up right here. Why don't we talk a l i t t le bit, when Ben and I were over here, you were talking about how you grew up and how there wasn't— Start out however you...


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    • Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor unions--Organizing--Southern States.; Migrant agricultural laborers.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM FINGER: Jim, I guess the way to start might be for you to tell me how you got interested in the labor movement in the first place. Was that from your parents...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: ROBERT HYATT Interviewee: RH Robert Hyatt Interviewer: HV Hudson Vaughan Interview Day: March 9, 2010 Location: Chapel Hill, NC Length: 100:45 START OF INTERVIEW Hudson Vaughan: Just before we begin, then I kind of want you to be able...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: JAMES HARDIN Interviewee: James Hardin Interviewer: Robert Shapard Interview Date: June 3, 2011 Location: Pembroke, North Carolina Length: One audio file, approximately 78 minutes START OF INTERVIEW Robert Shapard: Okay. So...


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    • K-fegO Interview By Warren Moore Stacy Saunooke ) March 9, 1981 and Susie McCullough and Mary Chiltowski Cherokee, N. C. Warren: Now didn't you say, Ms. Saunooke, that you're a almost full-blooded Cherokee Indian. Ms. Saunooke: Oh yes. Warren:...


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    • START OF INTERVIEW Joey Fink: It’s May 18, 2011. I’m in Cherokee, North Carolina with Patty Grant. Thank you so much for talking with me. Can you start by telling me a little bit about when and where you were born and where you grew up? Patricia...


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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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    • Judges--North Carolina.; ; North Carolina--Trials, litigation, etc.; Indians of North America--Legal status, laws, etc.
    • Interview with Judge David Sentelle September 28, 1994 October 13, 1994 By William Kearns Davis, Jr. Law School Oral History Project University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection...


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    • North Carolina--Race relations.; Robeson County (N.C.)--Race relations.; Civil rights--North Carolina.; Political activists--North Carolina.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Robeson County.
    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A CECIL HUNT AND ELISHA LOCKLEAR FEBRUARY 23, 2004 CECIL HUNT: —and responsible for the first meeting along with Herbert Locklear about the injustice of the Sheriff’s Department. I was in the first meeting of that. But...


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    • K-754 Interview By warren Moor Of Mary Shell Cherokee, N. C. September 27, 18U Mary: There's a river there they call Raven's Ford, and I was born just a little below there, I'd say about a mile and a half below Raven's Ford; there's a place up...

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