Manuscript/Mixed Material William Moore, Dallas, Texas
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- Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 3, Lewis-Ryles
- - Includes narratives by A.C. Pruitt, A.M. Moore, Aaron Russel, Abe Livingston, Adeline Marshall, Allen Price, Amos Lincoln, Andrew Moody, Andy Nelson, Anna Miller, Annie Little, Annie Osborne, Annie Row, Betty Powers, Bill McRay, C.B. McRay, Charley Mitchell, Cinto Lewis, Daniel Phillips, Sr., Eda Rains, Ellen Payne, Ellen Polk, Elsie Reece, Florence Ruffins, George Owens, Gill Ruffin, Hagar Lewis, Harre Quarls, Henderson Perkins, Henry Lewis, Henry Probasco, Hiram Mayes, Horace Overstreet, Isaac Martin, James Martin, Jenny Proctor, Jerry Moore, John Love, John McCoy, John Moore, John Ogee, John Price, Josephine Ryles, Josh Miles, Julia Malone, La San Mire, Laura Redmoun, Lee Pierce, Louis Love, Louise Mathews, Lucy Lewis, Mandy Morrow, Margrett Nillin, Mariah Robinson, Martha Patton, Martin Ruffin, Mary Anne Patterson, Mary Overton, Mary Reynolds, Millie Randall, Mintie Maria Miller, Nap McQueen, Patsy Moses, Peter Mitchell, Peter Ryas, Reverend Lafayette Price, Susan Merritt, Susan Ross, Tillie R. Powers, Tom Mills, Van Moore, Virginia Newman, Walter Rimm, William Mathews, William Moore.
- - Interviews were conducted in Austin, Beaumont, Brazoria County, Cleburne, Dallas, Douglasville, El Paso, Fort Worth, Galveston, Goliad, Harrison County, Houston, Jasper, Jefferson, Karnack, Liberty, Madisonville, Marlin, Marshall, Mart, Meridian, Orange, Palo Pinto, San Angelo, San Antonio, Uvalde, and Veth, Texas.
- 285 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. 16, Texas, Part 3, Lewis-Ryles. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://www.loc.gov/item/mesn163/.
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Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 16, Texas, Part 3, Lewis-Ryles. 1936. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/mesn163/>.