Manuscript/Mixed Material Ann Ferguson, Estill, South Carolina
About this Item
- Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 2, Eddington-Hunter
- - Interviews were conducted in Adams Run, Brittons Neck, Charleston, Claussens, Columbia, Conway, Estill, Florence, Gaffney, Georgetown County, Greenwood, Lena, Luray, Marion, Murrells Inlet, Murrell's Inlet, Newberry, Pomaria, Rion, Spartanburg, Timmonsville, Union, White Oak, Whitmire, and Winnsboro, South Carolina.
- - Includes narratives by Aaron Ford, Abe Harris, Adele Frost, Adeline Grey, Amos Gadsden, Ann Ferguson, Anson Harp, Ben Horry, Brawley Gilmore, Caroline Farrow, Charlie Giles, Charlie Grant, Charlie Jeff Harvey, Charlotte Foster, Cornelius Holmes, Daniel Goddard, Dolly Haynes, Eli Harrison, Elijah Green, Eliza Hasty, Ellen Godfrey, Emanuel Elmore, Emma Fraser, Emoline Glasgow, Eugenia Fair, Fannie Griffin, Gracie Gibson, Gus Feaster, Harriet Eddington, Hector Godbold, Henry Gladney, Hester Hunter, Jane Hollins, Janie Gallman, Jerry Hill, Jim Henry, John Franklin, John Glover, John Graves, John Hamilton, Laurence Gary, Lavinia Heyward, Lewis Evans, Liney Henderson, Louisa Gause, Lucretia Heyward, Lucy Gallman, Madison Griffin, Margaret Hughes, Mariah Heywood, Mary Edwards, Peggy Grigsby, Pen Eubanks, Phillip Evans, Pick Gladdeny, Rebecca Jane Grant, Rev. John B. Elliott, Rev. Thomas Harper, Ryer Emmanuel, Silas Glenn, Sim Greeley, Simon Gallman, Susan Hamilton, Susan Hamlin, Thomas Goodwater, Violet Guntharpe, W. M. Green, Willis Gillison, Zack Herndon.
- - Interviews were conducted by Annie Ruth Davis, Augustas Ladson, Augustus Ladson, Caldwell Sims, Cassels R. Tiedeman, Everett R. Pierce, F. S. DuPre, G. Leland Summer, Genevieve W. Chandler, Gyland H. Hamlin, H. Grady Davis, H. Grady Davis and Mrs.Lucile Young, Hattie Mobley, Jessie A. Butler, Martha S. Pinckney, Mrs. Chlotilde R. Martin, Mrs. Genevieve W. Chandler, Mrs. Lucile Young and H. Grady Davis, Phoebe Faucette, Stiles M. Scruggs, and W. W. Dixon.
- 350 pages
- Source Collection
- Federal Writer's Project, United States Work Projects Administration (USWPA)
- Manuscript Division
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- Online Format
- online text
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 2, Eddington-Hunter. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn142/.
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(1936) Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 2, Eddington-Hunter. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn142/.
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 2, Eddington-Hunter. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mesn142/>.