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Civilian Conservation Corps
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(Florida: University of Florida, Gainesville. Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. University Libraries Digital Center),
Source: oral.history.ufl.edu
Thirteen veterans of the federal government’s innovative project during the Depression share their experiences of various camps around Florida and the rest of the country in the 'Civilian Conservation Corps Oral History Collection'. They describe work in construction, road building, improving state and national...
(Florida: University of Florida, Gainesville. Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. University Libraries Digital Center),
Source: oral.history.ufl.edu
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Committee for Environmental Information
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(Indiana: Indiana University. Center for the Study of History and Memory),
Source: purl.dlib.indiana.edu
(Indiana: Indiana University. Center for the Study of History and Memory),
Source: purl.dlib.indiana.edu
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Cumberland County Museum Collection
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(Nova Scotia: Cumberland County Museum),
Source: www.gluseum.com
Interviews recorded between 1979 and 1991 and concerning the history of Amherst Township during the first half of the 20th century. Topics include labour history, strikes and lockouts, trade unions, working conditions (tapes T-18, T-25, T-26, T-28, T-29, T-31, T-34, T-49, T-50), fisheries and the forest industry (...
(Nova Scotia: Cumberland County Museum),
Source: www.gluseum.com
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Etosha Oral History Project
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(Northern Cape Province: Regional San Heritage and Culture Committee),
Source: www.ohasa.org.za
In Namibia the Oral Testimony Collection Project has collaborated closely with consultants Ute Dieckmann and James Suzman, and the head of Open Channels, Hugh Brody, in planning for and establishing the Etosha Oral History Project. Open Channels is a London-based NGO which has undertaken or assisted in similar pro...
(Northern Cape Province: Regional San Heritage and Culture Committee),
Source: www.ohasa.org.za
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Forest History Society (A) Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.cul.columbia.edu
These interviews on forestry and logging contain material on conservation, woods safety, firefighting and the development of protective associations, old Minnesota logging camps, logging methods and machinery, and the development of the Paul Bunyan legends. Impressions of H. L. Mencken are included as are impressi...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.cul.columbia.edu
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Forests, Forestry and Timber Industry Oral History Project
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(Victoria (Australia): Forests Commission Retired Personnel Association)
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Jesse Smith Noyes Foundation Project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
Established by real estate broker Charles Noyes in honor of his second wife, the Noyes Foundation evolved from a family foundation supporting scholarships for minority students into one of the leading and most innovative funders in the fields of environmental activism and reproductive rights. Its works in sustaina...
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: library.columbia.edu
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Johnny Taku Jack Collection
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(Yukon Territory: Yukon Archives),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
Interview conducted in November 1978 with Johnny Taku Jack, about trapping and fur prices, big game hunting, river travel, and politics and government. Places referred to include Atlin and Telegraph Creek, B.C. English. Open. Inventory entry.
(Yukon Territory: Yukon Archives),
Source: www.pac.gov.yk.ca
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(Western Australia: State Library of Western Australia),
Source: encore.slwa.wa.gov.au
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Oral History in the Bureau of Reclamation
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(Colorado: United States. Department of the Interior),
Source: www.usbr.gov
The research design for the Newlands Project in the area of Fallon, Nevada, intends for Reclamation to take an all-around look at a functioning Reclamation project within a community. This project was chosen because it is a small project with a wide diversity of issues -- including legal, water rights, environment...
(Colorado: United States. Department of the Interior),
Source: www.usbr.gov
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