Goin' back : remembering UGA

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Title:Goin' back : remembering UGA | Going back : remembering the University of Georgia

Web site with oral history interviews from former students, faculty and staff at the University of Georgia. The interviews discuss the history of the University of Georgia, experience with integration, the experience of women on campus, and the successes of the school's football team. The site includes interviews with Mary Frances Early. Interviews are divided into segments and and can also be played in their entirety by interviewee.

The Civil Rights Digital Library received support from a National Leadership Grant for Libraries awarded to the University of Georgia by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the aggregation and enhancement of partner metadata.

Types:Web sites | Oral histories | MovingImage
Subjects:Early, Mary Frances | University of Georgia | University of Georgia--Alumni and Alumnae | University of Georgia--Employees | University of Georgia--Faculty--Attitudes | University of Georgia--Faculty--Employment | University of Georgia--Regulations | University of Georgia--Student housing | University of Georgia--Students | University of Georgia--Students--Attitudes | Segregation in higher education--Georgia--Athens | College integration--Georgia--Athens | University of Georgia--Buildings | Universities and colleges--Georgia--Athens | College students--Georgia--Athens | African American college students--Georgia--Athens | Women college students--Georgia--Athens | University of Georgia--Sports | University of Georgia--Football | Greek letter societies--Georgia--Athens | Universities and colleges--Admission | Football players--Georgia--Athens | Legislators--Georgia | United States, Georgia, Clarke County, Athens, 33.960948, -83.3779358
Institution:University of Georgia. Division of Marketing & Communications
Contributors:UGA Alumni Association | University of Georgia. Division of Marketing & Communications
Rights and Usage:

copyright The University of Georgia 2008.

The stories told and opinions expressed are those of the person being interviewed.

Any error appearing in the transcription is ours and we deeply regret any inaccuracies that may be found

Persistent Link to Item:http://uga.edu/livinghistory/