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History of education series

Repository: Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History

Collection Description (CRHP): Topics include school integration in Louisiana.

Collection Description (Extant): Interviews were conducted by faculty and students of LSU's College of Education, especially Petra Munro, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction, for her research on the life histories of women school teachers; graduate students in qualitative research classes; and undergraduates in history of education classes. Most interviews focus on the education and teaching experiences of Louisiana elementary and secondary teachers in public, private, and parochial schools; a few are with college professors.

Collection URL: External Link

Date(s): 1992-

Language: English

Interviewees: Natalie Adams, J. Aertker, Inez Allen, Marcia Arnold, Rosasry Arocena, Verlie Auzenne, Marguerite Baham, Kate Bankston, Mrs. V. Barousse, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Becnel, Bill Bennett, Victor Bergeron, Jr., Claude Blackwell, Lucille Bond, Mrs. Bondy, Louisa Bordelon, Wanita Boudreaux, Candide Breaux, Katie Brogdon, Milton Broussard, Helen Broussard, Sandra Bullock, Juliette Brugez, Irma Burns, R. M. Carruba, Georgia Cavalier, Eldon Crifasi, Mrs. Roy Dardenne, Mrs. Nolan Duchane, Nolan Duchane, Mrs. Duhon, John R. Dupre, Betty Ewing, P. Fairchild, Carolyn Fields, Shirley Fisher, D. L. Fleming, J. J. Fontenot, Felician Fourrier, Velma Magee Foussee, Alvin Francois, Josie Francois, Marina Feire, Zulma Fulmer, E. J. Garland, Lawrence Gipson, John Gleason, Shirleyann Gleason, Georgia Gray, James Greer, Nancy Gremillion, Wendell Hall, Ethel Harris, Earnest Harrison, Margaret Haynes, Ruthie Heard, Eunice Hebert, Mildred Heirtzler, Mattie Hichman, Anna Hinson, Myrtle Hitter, Mrs. Hilburn, Sam Hillard, Katie Hermann, Virginia Holliday, Miss George Huff, Ada Johnson, Lucille Johnson, Theresa Johnson, Jerold Juneau, Lillian Juneau, L. L. Kilgore, Marie Kornbcher, Evelyn LaBauve, Melna Land, Protia Lepage, Carolyn Levy, Louella Lognion, Darryl K. Long, Ray Lorio, Will MacCue, Mary L. Manuel, Barbara Michelet, Pam Morgan, Inez Moses, Lewis Murray, Mary Norckauer, Patsy Palmer, Cleona Parisi, Marion Peters, Louise King Pierce, Katherine Pope, John Porterfield, Mickey Pounders, L. J. Raymond, Willie M. Reams, Mary F. Reed, Robert Reich, Mildred Richard, Jodie R. Smith, Francis Steib, Annie Stewart, Melvin Stringer, Zia Tammami, Viola Templet, Madge Walker, Nagathe Wallace, William Wallace, Vernon Walsh, Mrs. White, Marshall Williams, O. J. Williams, T. Harry Williams

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School integration--Louisiana
Segregation in education--Louisiana




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