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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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    • Interviewee: Gail Randolph Interviewer: Jessica Wilkerson Interview date: May 16, 2011 Location: Unicoi, Tennessee Length: 1 disc, approximately 2 hours and 9 minutes START OF DISC JW: This is Jessie Wilkerson and I’m at the home of Gail Randolph...


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    • Bea Capps Beddingfield Interview Recorded: February 28, 2008 Interviewer: David Schenck Transcriptionist: Cathy Mann Date Transcribed: March 2008 David Schenck: Okay, so I'm going to tell them who we are, okay? Bea Beddingfield: ...


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    • TRANSCRIPT: MARY LEE AND RUSSELL ROGERS Interviewees: Mary Lee Rogers with Russell Rogers Interviewer: Jessica Wilkerson Photographer: Liz Tapp Interview Date: May 18, 2011 Location: Erwin, Tennessee Length: One audio file, approximately 114...


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    • Women textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Company towns--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Charlotte.
    • Oral History Interview with Edna Yandell Hargett, July 19, 1979. Interview H-0163. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] Jim Leloudis: But you knew your mother's...


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    • Burlington (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Catawba County (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Blue collar workers--North Carolina.; Women textile workers--North Carolina.; Blue collar workers--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Blue collar...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ROY LEE AUTON: … born out here in the country about three or three and a half miles from here in Lincoln County. There was five boys and four girls, but part of...


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    • Labor unions--Political activity.; Southern States--Politics and government.; South Carolina--Politics and government.
    • This is an interview with Fritz Hollings, South Carolina Senator from Charleston. The interview was conducted by Jack Bass on January 28, %9?k. Susan Hathaway transcribed the interview. JACK BASS: Specifically, how do you analyzed what has...


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    • Labor unions--Southern States.; Textile workers--Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor leaders--United States.; Strikes and lockouts--Virginia.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM FINGER: Joe, why don't we start with your early years. I don't know much about where you grew up. Did you work in a mill yourself as a young boy? JOSEPH...


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    • Labor unions--North Carolina.; Textile workers--North Carolina.; Women textile workers.; Textile industry--Technological innovations.; Bynum (N.C.)--Religious life and customs.; Bynum (N.C.)--Social life and customs.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JIM LELOUDIS: How did you first come to Bynum? VERNON DURHAM: I was born and raised here in Bynum. JIM LELOUDIS: Who were your parents? VERNON DURHAM: J. M. Durham...


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    • Ashe County (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Appalachians (People)--North Carolina--Ashe County.; Folk musicians--North Carolina--Ashe County.; Stringed instrument makers--North Carolina--Ashe County.; Appalachians (People)--Recreation.;...
    • PATTY DILLEY: Is this when it was still new? ROY HAM: Still new. I worked for eighty-four hours a week for twenty dollars a month. PATTY DILLEY: That's a lot, for hardly anything. ROY HAM: That way I was making five cents an hour. One nickel an...


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    • African Americans--North Carolina.; Granville County (N.C.)--Social conditions.
    • Interview with CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS WIMBUSH by James Edward McCoy, Jr. Transcribed by Sally Council The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Original transcription deposit at The Southern Historical Collection...


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    • START OF INTERVIEW Joey Fink: It’s May 14, 2011. I’m in Knoxville, Tennessee, with Luvernal Clark doing an interview with the Southern Oral History Program. This is Joey Fink. Ms. Clark, can you start by telling me when and where you were...


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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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    • Labor unions--North Carolina.; Child labor--North Carolina.; Textile workers--North Carolina.; Women textile workers.; Textile workers--Religious life.
    • ICY NORMAN: It was mean. It was just terrible. MARY MURPHY: Were the people who first worked up in the mill from other areas? Mr. Haithcock thought that they had brought in a lot of people from New Jersey and Alabama to run some of the machines up...

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