Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 88 of Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 1, Alabama, Aarons-Young

About this Item

About this Item

Title
Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 1, Alabama, Aarons-Young
Created / Published
1936-1937
Genre
Interviews
Notes
-  Includes narratives by Abe Whitess, Abraham Jones, Adeline Hodges, Allen Brown, Allen Sims, Alonza Fantroy Toombs, Amanda Tellis, Amy Chapman, Angie Garrett, Ank Bishop, Anne Maddox, Annie Stanton, Anthony Abercrombie, Aunt Josephine, Bert Frederick, Billy Abraham Longslaughter, Callie Williams, Caroline Holland, Carrie Davis, Carrie Pollard, Charity Anderson, Charity Grigsby, Charles Hayes, Charlie Aarons, Charlie Van Dyke, Cheney Cross, Clara Davis, Cornelia Robinson, Cull Taylor, Daniel Taylor, Delia Garlic, Dellie Lewis, Eliza White, Elizabeth Thomas, Ella Dilliard, Ellen King, Ellen Thomas, Emma Chapman, Emma Crockett, Emma Jones, Emma L. Howard, Esther Green, Esther King Casey, Everett Ingram, Fannie Gibson, Frank Gill, Frank Menefee, Frank Smith, Gabe Hines, George Dillard, George Strickland, George Taylor, George Young, Georgia, Gus (Jabbo) Rogers, Gus Askew, Gus Brown, Hannah Irwin, Hannah Jones, Hattie Anne Nettles, Hattie Clayton, Henry Barnes, Henry Cheatam, Henry Garry, Heywood Ford, Hilliard Johnson, Irene Poole, Isaam Morgan, Jake Green, Jane, Jane Holloway, Janie Scott, Jennie Bowen, Jim Gillard, John Smith, Joseph Holmes, Josh Horn, Katherine Eppes, Laura Clark, Lightnin', Lilah Walker, Lindy Patton, Lizzie Hill, Lucindia Washington, Lucindy Lawrence Jurdon, Lucy Kimball, Mandy, Mandy Leslie, Mandy McCullough Cosby, Martha Bradley, Martha Jackson, Mary Ella Grandberry, Mary Rice, Matilda Pugh Daniel, Maugan Shepherd, Mingo White, Mollie Tillman, Molly (Ammonds) Ammond, Molly Parker, Nannie Bradfield, Nathan Beauchamp, Nelson Birdsong, Nicey Pugh, Oliver Bell, Randolph Johnson, Reuben Fitzpatrick, Rev. W. E. Northcross, Roxy Pitts, Rufus Dirt, Sallie Reynolds, Sally Murphy, Sara Colquitt, Silvia Witherspoon, Simon Phillips, Simon Walker, Siney Bonner, Stepney Underwood, Theodore Fontaine Stewart, Tildy Collins, Tom Baker, Tom McAlpin, Tony Morgan, Uncle Louis, Uncle Mose, Wade Owens, Wadley Clemons, Walter Calloway, William Colbert, William Henry Towns.
-  Interviews were conducted by Alexander B. Johnson, Alice L. Barton, Alice S. Barton, Annie D. Dean, D. Oden, Daphne L. E. Curtis, David Holt, Edward F. Harper, F.L. Diard, Francis Ludgere Diard, Francois L. Diard, Francois Ludgere Diard, G. L. Clark, Gertha Couric, Petterson Marzoni, Ila B. Prine, Ila B. Prine, Ira S. Jordan, Ira S. Jordan, J. Morgan Smith, J. R. Jones, John Morgan Smith, John Proctor Mills, Levi D. Shelby, Jr., Mabel Farrior, Lois Lynn,, Margaret Fowler, Mary A. Poole, Mildred Scott Taylor, Morgan Smith, Mrs. Preston Kline, Pigie T. Hix, Preston Klein, Preston Kline, Ruby Pickens Tartt, Susie R. O'Brien, W. F. Jordan, William B. Strickland, and Woodrow Hand.
-  Interviews were conducted in Allenville, Anniston, Bay Minette, Birmingham, Burleson, Carbon Hill, Eufaula, Eutaw, Evergreen, Fairhope, Gainesville, Greensboro, Livingston, Mauvilla, Mobile, Montgomery, Oak Grove, Opelika, Orchard, Prichard, Roanoke, Sheffield, Smith's Station, Tuscumbia, Uniontown, and Village Springs, Alabama.
Medium
442 pages
Source Collection
Federal Writer's Project, United States Work Projects Administration (USWPA)
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mesn.010
Online Format
image
online text

Rights & Access

Rights assessment is your responsibility.

The Library of Congress is not aware of any copyright restrictions for the materials presented in this collection. U.S. Government employees created the materials in this collection. Generally speaking, works created by U.S. Government employees are not eligible for copyright protection in the United States, although they may be under copyright in some foreign countries. The persons interviewed or whose words were transcribed were generally not employees of the U.S. Government. Privacy and publicity rights may apply.

More information about American Memory, Copyright and other Restrictions.

Suggested credit line:

For digital images of typewritten narratives: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division.

For digital images of photographs: Library of Congress, [name of custodial division].

Note: Photographs in the online collection may originate from either the Prints and Photographs Division or the Manuscript Division. The record for each photograph specifies its custodial division.

More about Copyright and other Restrictions

For guidance about compiling full citations consult Citing Primary Sources.

Cite This Item

Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.

Chicago citation style:

Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 1, Alabama, Aarons-Young. to 1937, 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn010/. (Accessed October 18, 2017.)

APA citation style:

(1936) Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 1, Alabama, Aarons-Young. to 1937. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn010/.

MLA citation style:

Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 1, Alabama, Aarons-Young. to 1937, 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn010/>.