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Holocaust Memorial Museum Oral History Program
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(District of Columbia: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum),
Source: www.ushmm.org
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s oral history collection is one of the largest and most diverse resources for Holocaust testimonies in the world. The collection contains over 7,000 interviews, of which approximately 4,500 are video and 2,500 are audio. These testimonies enable students, researchers, and the...
(District of Columbia: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum),
Source: www.ushmm.org
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Student Movements of the 1960s project
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(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
Interviews conducted as part of the preparation of 1968: A Generation in Revolt from these three nations will, in time, become a part of this collection. Please contact the Office for more information.
(New York: Columbia University. Oral History Research Office),
Source: oralhistoryportal.library.columbia.edu
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Adventures of an Army Nurse in Two Wars
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written by Mary Phinney, 1818-1902; edited by James Phinney Munroe (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1903), 355 page(s)
written by Mary Phinney, 1818-1902; edited by James Phinney Munroe (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1903), 355 page(s)
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Allen-Johnson Family Papers, 1759-1992
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(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 19222 page(s)

Joseph Allen (1790-1873), the son of Phineas and Ruth Smith Allen, of Medfield, Massachusetts, graduated from Harvard in 1811. He then studied for the ministry and in l8l6 was called by the town of Northborough to be its third minister. It was a post he held for forty years, until he voluntarily relinquished hi...

(Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2010), 19222 page(s)
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Diary of Edith Louise O'Shaughnessy, November, 1918
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written by Edith Louise Coues O'Shaughnessy, 1870-1939 (1918); in Alsace in Rust and Gold (New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1920), 13-22
written by Edith Louise Coues O'Shaughnessy, 1870-1939 (1918); in Alsace in Rust and Gold (New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1920), 13-22
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written by William Cornelius Schouten, 1580-1625 (1615); edited by David Bachrach; in America, Part 11: A Description of the Amazing Journey of William Schouten of Holland (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2002), 5-52
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XXII: Jeanne's Sentimental Pilgrimage
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written by Marcus Eli Ravage, 1884-1965 (1917); in An American in the Making: The Life Story of an Immigrant (New York, NY: Harper & Row, 1917), 277-296
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written by Levina Buoncuore Urbino (Boston, MA: Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1869), 338 page(s)
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written by William Cornelius Schouten, 1580-1625 (1615); in Americæ Pars Undecima: Seu Descriptio Admirandi Itineris a Guillielmo Schouten (Oppenheim, Rhineland Palatinate: Theodor De Bry (Publisher), 1690), 5-8
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Letter from Lady Sarah G. Cowper to Anne Granville Dewes, June 5, 1745
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written by Mary Granville Pendarves Delany, 1700-1788; edited by Sarah Chauncey Woolsey, 1835-1905; in The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mrs. Delany, vol. 1 (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1879), 308-311
written by Mary Granville Pendarves Delany, 1700-1788; edited by Sarah Chauncey Woolsey, 1835-1905; in The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mrs. Delany, vol. 1 (Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1879), 308-311
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