Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 162 of Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 3, Jackson-Quattlebaum
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- Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 3, Jackson-Quattlebaum
- - Includes narratives by Abbey Mishow, Adeline Jackson, Adeline Johnson (Alias Adeline Hall), Agnes James, Albert Means, Albert Oxner, Amie Lumpkin, Amy (Chavis) Perry, Andrew Means, Andy Marion, Ann Palmer, Anna Johnson, Ballam Lyles, Ben Leitner, Bill McNeil, Charity Moore, Charlie Meadow, Cordelia Anderson Jackson, Cureton Milling, Easter Lockhart, Ed McCrorey, Alias Ed Mack, Eison Lyles, Ella Kelly, Emma Jeter, Emma Lowran, Ephriam Lawrence, Fred James, Gabe Lance, Gable Locklier, George McAlilley, George Patterson, Gilliam Lowden, Govan Littlejohn, Henry D. Jenkins, Henry Pristell, Isiah Jefferies, Jack Johnson, Jake McLeod, James Johnson, Jane Johnson, Jason Miller, Jimmie Johnson, John Petty, Junius Quattlebaum, Lina Anne Pendergrass, Lucinda Miller, Maria Jenkins, Martha Kelly, Mary Ann Lipscomb, Mary Jane Kelley, Mary Johnson, Miemy Johnson, Milton Marshall, Moses Lyles, Nellie Loyd, Paul Jenkins, Rev. James H. Johnson, Richard Jones, Richard Mack, Sallie Layton Keenan, Sallie Paul, Sam Mitchell, Sam Polite, Sarah Poindexter, Sena Moore, Silas Nelson, Susan Nelson, Thomas Jefferson, Tom Johnson, Uncle Rob Perry & Aunt Della Britton, Victoria Perry, Walter Long, Wesley Jones, William Oliver, William Pratt.
- - Interviews were conducted in 1937-1938 by Annie Ruth Davis, C. S. Murray, C.S. Murray, Caldwell Sims, F. S. DuPre, G. Leland Summer, Genevieve W. Chandler, H. Grady Davis and Mrs. Lucile Young, Henry Grant, Jessie A. Butler, Martha S. Pinckney, Mrs. Chlotilde R. Martin, Mrs. Ellie S. Rice, Mrs. Genevieve W. Chandler, Mrs. Lucile Young and H. Grady Davis, Phoebe Faucette, Stiles M. Scruggs, Stiles N. Scruggs, Stiles Scruggs, W. W. Dixon.
- - Interviews were conducted in Beaufort, Carlisle, Charleston, Claussens, Columbia, Edisto Island, Estill, Gaffney, Gourdin, Greenwood, Marion, Murrelle Inlet, Murrells Inlet, Newberry, Ridgeway, Santuc, Spartanburg, Timmonsville, Trenton, Union, and Winnsboro, South Carolina.
- 290 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. 14, South Carolina, Part 3, Jackson-Quattlebaum. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn143/.
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(1936) Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 3, Jackson-Quattlebaum. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn143/.
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 14, South Carolina, Part 3, Jackson-Quattlebaum. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mesn143/>.