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    • Oral history with Mrs. P. E. (Katie) Smith

    • Oral history.; Discusses the prominence of the United Daughters of the Confederacy among Southern white women prior to World War II and the annual observances of Confederate holidays. Mentions other influential women's organizations in Mississippi.
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    • Oral history with Fern Lowenfels; 2003

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted September 20, 2003 with Fern Gelford Lowenfels in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Lowenfels was from New York City and came to work in the Freedom Schools in Mississippi as a recruit of the United Federation of...
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    • Oral History with Harry Tartt; 2002

    • A collection of interviews with African Americans of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, circa twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, who knew Colonel John Robinson, an African American pilot who was tapped by Ethiopian Emperor Haile Sellassie in the...
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    • Oral history with Robert Hirsch

    • Oral history.; An interview with Robert Hirsch conducted on June 8, 2007. Hirsch describes his experiences as Superintendent of Ocean Springs School District during Hurricane Katrina.
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    • Oral history with Edmond Boudreaux, Jr.

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on August 2, 2007 and October 9, 2007 with Edmond Boudreaux, Jr., a longtime Mississippi Gulf Coast resident and active local historian of the region. Mr. Boudreaux discusses the impact of Hurricane Katrina on...
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    • Oral history with Elizabeth Marks Doolittle

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 28, 2007 with Elizabeth Marks Doolittle, Public Services Librarian at the University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Park Campus. Ms. Doolittle discusses her experiences during Hurricane Katrina.
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    • Oral history with Eddie Williams

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on January 4, 2006 with Eddie Williams, a member of the North Carolina Baptist Men, who describes his efforts with this volunteer organization on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
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    • Oral History with  C. R. Cadenhead; 2003

    • A collection of interviews with African Americans of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, circa twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, who knew Colonel John Robinson, an African American pilot who was tapped by Ethiopian Emperor Haile Sellassie in the...
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    • Oral history with Clearese Cook

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted in November, 1994, with Clearese Cook. Ms. Cook grew up in the Irene Chapel Community of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She attended De Priest Consolidated School in the Palmers Crossing Community of Hattiesburg and...
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    • Oral history with Charleana Cobb; 1995

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted December 14, 1995 in Blue Mountain, Mississippi, at Cobb's home. She discusses growing up during the movement, memories of Freedom Summer, and the battle over school integration. She also discusses her...
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    • Oral history with Cleveland Sellers, Jr.; 2003

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted September 2, 2003 in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He discusses growing up in South Carolina. He also describes being in a segregated educational environment where he took classes at Voorhees College in South...
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    • Oral history with David Trimble; 2003

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted November 1, 2003 with David Trimble in Brookline, Massachusetts. Trimble was born January 8, 1945, the son of self proclaimed socialists. As a child, he experienced his parents' radical political involvement,...
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    • Oral history with F.L. Spight; 1995

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted December 13, 1995 in Ripley, Mississippi at F.L. Spight's home. Spight was active in working towards gains in African American education, and helped start a school in Ripley. He discusses the growth of Tippah...
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    • Oral history with Fannie Lou Hamer; 1972-1973

    • Oral history.; Two interviews conducted on April 14, 1972 and January 25, 1973 with Mississippi civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977). Hamer was a leading figure in the MFDP. She is best known for her 1964 national television...
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    • Oral history with Hardy Frye; 2004

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted December 2, 2004 in Berkeley, California. Frye was born February 18, 1939 in Tuskegee, Alabama. Frye discusses growing up in the majority African-American community of Tuskegee. He entered the Army and upon his...
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