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Black High School Principals
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: docsouth.unc.edu
This series contains interviews with African-American high school principals across the state of North Carolina. The interviews were conducted by Goldie F. Wells as part of a research project for her doctoral dissertation, A Comparison of the Role Perceptions of Black High School Principals. folder M-i contains in...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: docsouth.unc.edu
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Operation Just Cause Interview Tapes
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(District of Columbia: United States. Army. Fort McNair),
Source: history.army.mil
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - History of Gay Men in Chapel Hill
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
These interviews, conducted by Chris McGinnis, an undergraduate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for an independent study in the fall semester of 2000, give a perspective on gay life in Chapel Hill during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The interviews chronicle the development of the gay community...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - Terra Ceia Community
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
Interviews focusing on the life histories and experiences of residents in Terra Ceia, a Dutch community founded in Beaufort County, N.C., in the 1930s. The people of Terra Ceia have been successful farmers of flowers, soybeans, corn, and other crops, and have created and sustained several community institutions, i...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - Tobacco, History, and Memory: Storytelling and Cultural Grieving in Eastern North Carolina
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
This collection of interviews by historians Lu Ann Jones and Charlie Thompson explores the dramatic changes in eastern North Carolina tobacco farming and farm communities since World War II. In addition to tracing the history of growing, cultivating, harvesting, and selling tobacco, interviewees speculate about wh...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Southern Communities: Listening for a Change - Tradition and Development in Madison County's I-26 Corridor
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
This collection of interviews by Rob Amberg documents the construction of a nine-mile section of Interstate 26. Amberg explored the history of daily life in the once isolated community of eastern Madison County and considered the consequences of highway development on community interaction and sense of place. Inte...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Special Research Projects: Middle Eastern Female Immigrants in North Carolina
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
Interviews conducted in April-May 2002 by students in Sarah Shields's History 195 class at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Women in the Middle East, with women from the Middle East who now live in North Carolina. Shields's students interviewed these immigrants about their life experiences both in...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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Special Research Projects: The African American Working Class, 1930s-1950s
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
William Jones, graduate student in history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, conducted interviews that reveal the experiences of the African American working class during the shift from agriculture to industrialization in the 1930s to 1950s. Race relations within textile mills and the lumber indu...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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University of North Carolina
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(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
This series contains interviews relating to the history of the University of North Carolina. It was originally established as part of the celebration of the University's bicentennial. The bicentennial interviews, conducted by various interviewers before and during the University of North Carolina's Bicentennial Ce...
(North Carolina: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Wilson Library. Manuscript Collection. Southern Oral History Program),
Source: dc.lib.unc.edu
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African American Experiences in Durham, North Carolina
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(North Carolina: Duke University. Center for Documentary Studies),
Source: guides.mclibrary.duke.edu
The interviewees are African Americans who live in Durham, North Carolina. They talk about their family histories, their childhoods, their education, their careers, and their roles in their community.
(North Carolina: Duke University. Center for Documentary Studies),
Source: guides.mclibrary.duke.edu
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