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Madison County school integration collection

Repository: Tougaloo College. L. Zenobia Coleman Library. Archives

Collection Description (Extant): The Madison County School Integration Collection contains materials relating to racial integration of the public schools of Madison County, Mississippi, in 1966, when two African-American families, the Galloways and Archies, decided to send their children to the local white school. The collection contains recollections, written in 2004, by Lucille Galloway and her daughters, Carolyn Galloway Roberts, Gwendolyn Galloway Smith, and Patricia Galloway-Smith, describing their experiences of integration.

Date(s): 1967

Digital Status: No

Existing IDs: tgc.fa.06.03

Extent: Typescript

Language: English

Interviewees: Lucille Galloway, Carolyn Galloway Roberts, Gwendolyn Galloway Smith, Patricia Galloway-Smith

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights

Subjects:

African American students--Mississippi
School integration--Mississippi

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