Audio Recording Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas
Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas
About this Item
- Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas
- Clements, William (Collector)
- Tyler, Sallie (Speaker)
Created / Published
- May 29, 1981
- - English language--Dialects--Arkansas
- - Women, Black--Arkansas--Joiner--Language
- - Cotton picking--Arkansas
- - Traditional medicine--Mississippi
- - Sharecropping--Arkansas--Joiner
- - Floods--Mississippi River Valley
- - African American women domestics--Arkansas--Joiner--Language
- - Older African American women--Arkansas--Joiner--Language
- - African American Baptists--Arkansas--Joiner
- - African American children--Mortality--Arkansas
- - African American women--Arkansas--Joiner--Social life and customs
- - Joiner (Ark.)--Race relations
- - Interviews
- - Narratives
- - Oral histories
- - Personal narratives
- - United States -- Arkansas -- Joiner
- Oral histories
- Personal narratives
- - For rights information contact the collector’s institution: Mid-South center for Oral History, Arkansas State University. AR
- - 84 year old black female.
- - Sharecropping
- - Home medicine, food, cotton picking, doodlum books
- - Have additional transcript images that are not present on the audio file (after page 14).
- - She picked cotton as a child in Mississippi to help her mother support the family, didn't go to school, couldn't read; picked cotton and worked as a domestic in Arkansas. Sharecropping with her husband. Mother of 20 children, 14 of them died by age 3.
- Audio tape; 10.5” reel, 7.5 ips; duration: 29:51
Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,301 b01
- Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
- American Folklife Center
- African American Baptists
- African American Children
- African American Women
- African American Women Domestics
- Cotton Picking
- English Language
- Joiner (Ark.)
- Mississippi River Valley
- Older African American Women
- Oral Histories
- Personal Narratives
- Race Relations
- Social Life and Customs
- Traditional Medicine
- Women, Black
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Clements, William, and Sallie Tyler. Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas. 1981. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000030/.
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Clements, W. & Tyler, S. (1981) Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000030/.
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Clements, William, and Sallie Tyler. Oral history with 84 year old black female, Joiner, Arkansas. 1981. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afccal000030/>.