Louisiana oral history collections a directory by Hubert Humphreys

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  • Louisiana

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  • Oral history -- Audiotape catalogs.,
  • Louisiana -- History -- Audiotape catalogs.

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Statementcompiled by Hubert Humphreys.
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LC ClassificationsF369 .H86
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Paginationvii, 174 p. ;
Number of Pages174
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Open LibraryOL4146335M
LC Control Number80125449

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Guide to oral history collections in Louisiana. [David E Richards; Tara Zachary Laver; Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Harry Williams Center for Oral History.]. Louisiana oral history collections: a directory.

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latech. dcc. louisiananewspapers. jeanerette. ccl. Results per page. This collection consists of sound recordings of oral history interviews conducted by Kim Lacy Rogers from with persons involved in desegregation and civil rights in New Orleans.

There include opponents and proponents of segregation. This acclaimed collection represents one of the most comprehensive resources anywhere on Civil Rights Movement activism in New Orleans. Collection James, J. Carlton (). Oral History Collection, 1 foot, 5 ½ inches.

This collection is the result of a project sponsored by the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) and funded by the Louisiana Council for the Humanities and the Acadiana Committee in Human Relations.

Since its inception inthe McNeese Archives has actively collected oral history interviews resulting from both organized projects and individuals’ efforts.

This collection is the result of those efforts to document the history and culture of Southwest Louisiana through oral history. Harry Williams Center for Oral History. The Center was founded in with a three-fold mission: 1) to document Louisiana's diverse culture and history through oral history interviews representing multiple perspectives, 2) to preserve the oral histories collected and make them available to researchers, and 3) to actively engage in outreach, assisting university and public community members in learning about oral history research.

The book is comprised of oral history narratives in which concerned citizens share their motivation, struggles, accomplishments, and hard-won wisdom, It sheds light on Louisiana’s and America’s social and political history, as well as the national environmental movement in which women often emerged to speak for human rights, decent health.

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The Louisiana Digital Library (LDL) is composed of collections from many different institutions. Permission to publish and acquire images or requests for more information about materials that you find in the LDL should be directed to the institution that contributed the item to the LDL.

Reed Everette is a Junior in the Department of History’s program and the Student Co-PI on the Unforgettable Crises: The Grand 16 Theater Shooting Incident Oral History Project, run by Dr.

Liz Skilton, and a part of a larger grant through the National Science Foundation. Funding for Everette’s work this past year was provided by an Undergraduate Research Grant from the Honors Program at the.

This is an artificial collection created by Ellender Memorial Library from oral histories donated over a period of decades. It comprises oral histories (on audiotape and videotape) and related materials collected from residents of South Louisiana between approximately and Louisiana love This was a wonderful collection.

The research that must have gone into these books is impressive. The research that must have gone into these books is impressive. Being a next door neighbor to New Orleans, reading the stories of the beginning of the area was very interesting/5(21). Manuscript Dugas, Elena ( -).

Oral History, 1 folder Oral History of Ms. Dugas was made at St. Antoine School during the Bicentennial year, with a grant sponsored by the Lafayette Bicentennial Commission. Produced during the First Black Heritage Exhibit, Art Center for Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, LA.

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The National World War II Museum is home to thousands of oral histories and hundreds of thousands of photographs.

This website offers the visitor a way to browse a sample of these collections and purchase images if interested. Learn More. This collection comprises oral histories collected by the Center for Traditional Louisiana Boatbuilding.

All interviews relate to topics of boats and the history of southern Louisiana, particularly Lafourche and Terrebonne Parish.

Access the Oral History Collections Finding Oral Histories. An annotated list of our oral histories can be found in the Special Collections searchable database which also provides information on whether a transcript is available for patron use.

In some cases, a digitized transcript will be linked to the record. The Archives and Special Collections department at Nicholls State University includes university records as well as collections relating to the history and culture of southeastern Louisiana.

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Jennifer Abraham Cramer is the director of Louisiana State University's T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History. She has a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in anthropology. She is responsible for managing an oral history collection of nearly 5, interviews and cultivates partnerships with like-minded organizations.

Oral history is the collection and study of historical information about individuals, families, important events, or everyday life using audiotapes, videotapes, or transcriptions of planned interviews are conducted with people who participated in or observed past events and whose memories and perceptions of these are to be preserved as an aural record for future generations.

Kim Lacy Rogers Civil Rights Oral History Collection. The Lantern. Leon Trice Louisiana Political Photographs. Lion's Tale () The Long Civil Rights Movement: Photographs from the Ronnie Moore Papers, New Orleans, Louisiana () E-Mail.

For the DFW Metroplex Immigrants Oral History Project. Palestinian-born immigrant to Denton, Texas, UNT professor. Childhood in Jerusalem under the British mandate; experience as a Christian in Palestine; decision to study international relations and Middle Eastern politics; education at American University of Beirut and Georgetown University; decision to accept job at North Texas State.

University Archives and Special Collections, Prescott Memorial Library, Louisiana Tech University, "Louisiana Tech University Centennial Oral History Collection" (). Manuscript Finding Aids. Publisher of Genealogy and History Books. Natchitoches: Translated Abstracts of Register Number Five of the Catholic Church Parish of St.

Francois des Natchitoches in Louisiana: LDMA Louisiana Digital Media Archive - Preserving Louisiana’s Media History for Future Generations. This guide provides resources on doing oral history research, locating oral histories in the UCSC Library and other libraries and institutions on the Central Coast of California and beyond, and oral history as a field.

Selected Oral History Collections and Centers T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History--Louisiana State University.

The following list of oral history books from the State Historical Society of Missouri’s book collection is not meant to be comprehensive.

Rather, it is intended as a select bibliography to help individuals who are interested in learning more about the field of oral history and what it encompasses. A growing collection of in-depth interviews with people of all ages and backgrounds, whose stories about the legacy and changing nature of Yiddish language and culture offer a rich and complex chronicle of Jewish identity.

Suckling Pig With the Louisiana Jewish Community Watch now: This is an excerpt from an oral history with Marc.Ask Special Collections LSU Libraries Special Collections | Louisiana State University | Baton Rouge, LA Public Services Desk: () | Reference Desk: () | Fax: () A collection of 9 oral history interviews conducted by Dr.

Kenneth E. Livingston during andto document the contributions of Cornell neuroanatomist James W. Papez, whose papers are in the Library's modern manuscripts collections.

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