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    • K-l)\ Interview By Warren Moore Of Mr. Norris Mr. Norris: We'd have, like I was telling, about the neighbors doing things for one another. We had this minister here; he stayed for years, Dr. Trapp, one of the finest; I guess more people knew him...


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    • Bynum (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Bynum (N.C.)--Religious life and customs.; Women textile workers--North Carolina--Bynum.; Company towns--North Carolina--Bynum.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Bynum.; Working class--Education--North...
    • Oral History Interview with Louise Rigsbee Jones, September 20, 1976. Interview H-0085-1. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] MARY FREDERICKSON: Let's begin with when...


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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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    • Bynum (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Bynum (N.C.)--Religious life and customs.; Women textile workers--North Carolina--Bynum.; Courtship--North Carolina--Bynum.; Families--North Carolina--Bynum.; Textile workers--North Carolina--Bynum.; Working...
    • Oral History Interview with Louise Rigsbee Jones, October 13, 1976. Interview H-0085-2. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] LOUISE JONES: But when he got old enough to...


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    • African American women--North Carolina--Charlotte.; African American women--Employment.; African American families--North Carolina--Charlotte.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Charlotte.
    • Interview with DORETHA DAVIS May 19, 2008 By Dwana Waugh Transcribed by Deborah Mitchum The Southern Oral History Program University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical Collection Louis Round Wilson...


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    • Winston-Salem (N.C.)--Social life and customs.; Winston-Salem (N.C.)--Economic conditions.; Winston-Salem (N.C.)--History.; Winston-Salem (N.C.)--Social conditions.; African Americans--North Carolina.; Labor movement--North Carolina.; Strikes and...
    • THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM Interview with BLANCHE FISHEL Winston-Salem, North Carolina By Robert Korstad Transcribed by Jovita Flynn Original transcript on deposit at The Southern Historical...


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    • 1 Clarence Coe Interview Recorded: May 28, 1989 Interviewer: Michael Honey Phone Interview - Clarence Coe - 5/28/89 - by Mike Honey Q: What's your opinion of what has happened here in the labor movement? Coe: Number l, Memphis never has been a...


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    • START OF INTERVIEW Joey Fink: This is Joey Fink with the Southern Oral History Program. It’s May 17, 2011. I’m in Knoxville, Tennessee with Dr. Lida Barrett. Dr. Barrett, thank you for agreeing to talk with me today. Can we start by you telling me...


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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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    • TRANSCRIPT—LINDA UPTON HILL Interviewee: LINDA UPTON HILL Interviewer: Joey Fink Interview Date: August 11 and 12, 2010 Location: Knoxville, TN Length: 1 CD; 237 minutes, 37 seconds START OF TRACK 1 Joey Fink: It’s August 11, 2010. I...


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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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    • Gadsden (Ala.)--Social life and customs.; Women labor union members--Southern States.; Women textile workers--Southern States.; Labor unions--Southern States.; Labor unions--Alabama--Gadsden.; Textile workers--Southern States.; Women Textile...
    • [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: Tell me something about your early life: who your parents were and where you grew up. EULA MCGILL: I was born near Resaca, Georgia on May 15, 1911. My father worked in an ore mine in...


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    • North Carolina--Race relations.; School integration.; African Americans--Relations with Latin Americans.; Durham (N.C.)--Social conditions.; Latin Americans--North Carolina.; Communism.
    • K-I4S START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A JACQUELINE WAGSTAFF DECEMBER 1, 1998 ALICIA ROUVEROL: This is Alicia Rouverol of the Southern Oral History Program. I am here with Jackie Wagstaff at her home in Durham, North...


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    • PAUL HARDIN: Continuing our oral history recordinl! my guest this morning is Dr, Russell Richey, AS:lOci'ale Dean r.h~r"p of academic programs at Duke Divinity School and Professor of Church History, long-time friend and sometime colleague, Russ I...


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    • Furniture workers--North Carolina.; African American supervisors--North Carolina.; Furniture workers--North Carolina.; Furniture industry and trade--North Carolina.; Plant shutdowns--North Carolina--Mebane.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] CHRIS STEWART: This will be an interview with Robert Riley on February 1, 1994, Tuesday evening at 7:00. This interview is taking place at his home. The question is,...


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    • Women textile workers.; Women--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Johnston County (N.C.)--History.
    • Interview of Ethelene McCabe Allen by Barbara C. Allen Session eleven, May 24, 2006 (Wednesday morning) BA: Today is May 24th. It’s in the morning after breakfast and I am with Ms. Ethelene Allen in her dining room. Do I have your permission to...


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    • Women--Religious life--North Carolina.; Women--North Carolina--Social life and customs.; Wayne County (N.C.)--History.; Johnston County (N.C.)--History.
    • Interview of Ethelene McCabe Allen by Barbara C. Allen Session Six, May 22, 2006 (Monday, late afternoon) BA: It is late the afternoon of May 22nd. I’m with Ms. Ethelene Allen again and we’re going to talk about “church-goin.†Now you’ve...


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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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    • 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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    • Savannah (Ga.)--Race relations.; African American business enterprises--Georgia--Savannah.; Barbers--Georgia.; Segregation--Georgia--Savannah.; Gospel music--Georgia.
    • Interview with Leroy Beavers 7 August 2002 By Kieran Taylor The Southern Oral History Program (Jniversity of North Carolina at Chapel \~jil "transcript on deposit at The .Southern Historical Collection Louis Round Wilson Library Citation of this...

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