Manuscript/Mixed Material Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 4, Sanco-Young
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- Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 4, Sanco-Young
- - Includes narratives by Abram Sells, Adeline White, Albert Todd, Aleck Trimble, Allen Thomas, Ben Simpson, Bert Strong, Betty Simmons, Bill and Ellen Thomas, Callie Shepherd, Caroline Wright, Clarissa Scales, Daphne Williams, Dianah Watson, Ella Washington, Emma Taylor, Emma Watson, Fannie Yarbrough, George Selman, George Simmons, Giles Smith, Guy Stewart, Hannah Scott, Horatio W. Williams, Irella Battle Walker, J.W. Terrill, Jake Terriell, James G. Woorling, James W. Smith, James West, John Sneed, John Walton, Jordon Smith, Leithean Spinks, Litt Young, Lou Turner, Lou Williams, Louis Young, Lucy Thomas, Lulu Wilson, Mariah Snyder, Mary Thompson, Mazique Sanco, Millie Ann Smith, Millie Williams, Mollie Taylor, Patsy Southwell, Penny Thompson, Philles Thomas, Reeves Tucker, Rosa Washington, Rose Williams, Rube Witt, Ruben Woods, Sallie Wroe, Sam Jones Washington, Sol Walton, Steve Williams, Susan Smith, Sylvester Sostan Wickliffe, Teshan Young, Wash Wilson, Wayman Williams, William M. Thomas, William Stone, William Watkins, Willie Williams, Willis Winn, Willis Woodson, Yach Stringfellow.
- - Interviews were conducted in Abilene, Austin, Beaumont, Dallas, Eddy, El Paso, Fort Wort, Fort Worth, Galveston, Hondo, Houston, Jacksonville, Jamestown, Jasper, Madisonville, Marshall, Mart, San Angelo, San Antonio, Tyler, Veth, and Waco, Texas.
- 243 pages
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- Federal Writer's Project, United States Work Projects Administration (USWPA)
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 4, Sanco-Young. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn164/. (Accessed October 18, 2017.)
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(1936) Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 4, Sanco-Young. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn164/.
MLA citation style:
Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 4, Sanco-Young. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn164/>.