Manuscript/Mixed Material Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 4, Georgia, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles
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- Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 4, Georgia, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles
- - Includes narratives by Alec Pope, Amanda McDaniel, Amanda Styles, Anna Parkes, Annie Price, Bob Mobley, Carrie Mason, Charlie King, Charlie Pye, Charlie Tye Smith, Charlotte Raines, Dora Roberts, Ed McCree, Emeline Stepney, Emily Mays, Emmaline Kilpatrick, Fanny Nix, Fanny Randolph, Ferebe Rogers, Frances Kimbrough, G. W. Pattillo, George Lewis, Georgia Smith, Harriet Miller, Henry Nix, Henry Rogers, Jennie Kendricks, Julia Larken, Julia Rush, Lewis Ogletree, Liza Mention, Lucy McCullough, Mary Smith, Matilda McKinney, Melvin Smith, Mirriam McCommons, Mollie Malone, Mollie Mitchell, Nancy Settles, Nancy Smith, Nellie Smith, Nicey Kinney, Paul Smith, Richard Orford, Robert Shepherd, Shade Richards, Susan Matthews, Susan McIntosh, Tom McGruder, Tom Singleton, Will Sheets, William McWhorter
- - Interviews were conducted by (Mrs.) Margaret Johnson, Adella S. Dixon, Alberta Minor, E. F. Driskell, Edwin Driskell, Elizabeth Watson, Grace McCune, Henrietta Carlisle and Alberta Minor, J. R. Jones, John N. Booth, Joseph E. Jaffee, Leila Harris, Mary A. Crawford, Minnie B. Ross, Minnie Branham Stonestreet, Mrs. Annie Lee Newton, Mrs. Estelle G. Burke, Mrs. Mattie B. Roberts, Ross, Ruth A. Chitty, Ruth H. Sanford, Sadie B. Hornsby, and Sarah H. Hall.
- - Interviews were conducted in Athens, Atlanta, Augusta, Beech Island, Columbus, Griffin, Jefferson, Macon, Milledgeville, Pulaski County, Toccoa, Washington-Wilkes, and White Plains, Georgia.
- 349 pages
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- Federal Writer's Project, United States Work Projects Administration (USWPA)
- Manuscript Division
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 4, Georgia, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn043/.
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(1936) Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 4, Georgia, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn043/.
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 4, Georgia, Part 3, Kendricks-Styles. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mesn043/>.
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