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Acadian Handicraft Project Series
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(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
The Acadian Handicraft Project existed from 1942 until 1962. It grew out of an earlier effort by the General Education Board to support French language and culture in Louisiana. In 1942, Louisiana State University's General Extension Program picked up the project. Louise Olivier (d. 1962), served as the Extension...
(Louisiana: Louisiana State University. T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History),
Source: www.lib.lsu.edu
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African American Artists of Los Angeles
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(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research)
Interviews in this series document significant African American Artists and others in the Los Angeles metropolitan area who have worked to expand exhibition opportunities and public support for African American visual culture. The series was made possible in part by support from the UCLA Center for African America...
(California: University of California, Los Angeles. Charles E. Young Library. Special Collections. Center for Oral History Research)
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African American Pioneers in Flagstaff Oral History Collection
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(Arizona: Northern Arizona University. Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department),
Source: www.azarchivesonline.org
Ten interviews that chronicle the growth of Flagstaff's African-American community. Following World War II, a significant migration occurred when African-American sawmill workers from the southern states found they could earn a higher income in the southwest. In Flagstaff, they found a small logging town unaccusto...
(Arizona: Northern Arizona University. Cline Library. Special Collections and Archives Department),
Source: www.azarchivesonline.org
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American Jewish Historical Society
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(Florida: University of Florida, Gainesville. Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. University Libraries Digital Center),
Source: oral.history.ufl.edu
Oral history interviews with members of the American Jewish Historical Society.
(Florida: University of Florida, Gainesville. Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. University Libraries Digital Center),
Source: oral.history.ufl.edu
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American Jews of Sephardic Origin
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(New York: New York Public Library. Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Dorot Jewish Division),
Source: www.ushmm.org
This collection brings to the AJC Oral History Library firsthand testament to the rich cultural and religious heritage of Sephardic Jewry. It contains over one hundred memoirs of people who trace their origins to more than twenty countries and five continents. Included are Sephardim who were born in the United Sta...
(New York: New York Public Library. Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Dorot Jewish Division),
Source: www.ushmm.org
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American Samoa Humanities Council Oral History Project
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(American Samoa. Council on Culture, Arts and Humanities),
Source: www.ashpo.org
The recently established American Samoa Humanities Council is wholly funded through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Historic Preservation Office works with the Humanities Council on oral history and oral tradition projects, and other joint projects are planned.
(American Samoa. Council on Culture, Arts and Humanities),
Source: www.ashpo.org
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Barrios Oral History Project
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(Arizona: Tempe Historical Museum. Research Library),
Source: www.tempe.gov
In 1992, research at the Tempe Historical Museum focused on the history of Hispanic families in the Tempe area since 1870, in preparation for an exhibit, "The Barrios," which opened in October, 1992. After the first phase of research, it was evident that documentation on the history of Hispanic people in central A...
(Arizona: Tempe Historical Museum. Research Library),
Source: www.tempe.gov
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Beachville District Museum Collection
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(Ontario: Beachville District Museum)
Interviews conducted between 1980 and 1990 by various interviewers, including summer students. Topics relate to the history of Beachville and area : the oldest limestone quarry in the area, the first recorded baseball game in North America, buildings, and school history. Ethnocultural groups represented include It...
(Ontario: Beachville District Museum)
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Benevolent Irish Society Collection
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(Prince Edward Island: University of Prince Edward Island. Robertson Library),
Source: www.upei.ca
Uncatalogued interviews conducted ca. 1983, containing material on the Benevolent Irish Society of P.E.I. English. Permission from Society required for duplication.
(Prince Edward Island: University of Prince Edward Island. Robertson Library),
Source: www.upei.ca
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Black Clergy Under Apartheid
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(University of Natal. School of Theology),
Source: www.sinomlando.org.za
In 1996, thanks to two research grants, the Oral History Project was able to pursue its objectives with a research project on "black clergy under apartheid in the Natal Midlands". At regular intervals workshops with the participation of archivists, historians, psychologists and anthropologists were held to discuss...
(University of Natal. School of Theology),
Source: www.sinomlando.org.za
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