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|Title:||General oral history collection|
The General Oral History Collection is a continuously growing collection which currently includes over 700 interviews discussing many local history topics. Narrators span races, ages, social class, education, etc. Some of the most common topics include African American history, Ft. Benning, Columbus State University, Phenix City, and teaching in the Chattahoochee Valley region. Many of the interviews have been transcribed, but most just include the original recording.
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:||Oral histories | Transcripts | Text|
|Subjects:||King, Primus E., 1900-1986 | African American civil rights workers--Georgia--Columbus | Civil rights workers--Georgia--Columbus | African Americans--Georgia--Columbus | Civil rights movements--Georgia--Columbus | Civil rights--Georgia--Columbus | African Americans--Civil rights--Georgia--Columbus | Columbus (Ga.)--History--20th century | Fort Benning (Ga.) | Columbus State University | Phenix City (Ala.)--History--20th century | Teaching--Georgia | Teaching--Alabama | United States, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus, 32.4609764, -84.9877094 | United States, Alabama, Russell County, Phenix City, 32.4709761, -85.0007653 | United States, Alabama, Lee County, 32.6011365, -85.3555627|
|Institution:||Columbus State University Archives|
|Contributors:||Columbus State University. Archives|
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When citing, please use the following citation: General Oral History Collection, Columbus State University Archives, Columbus, Georgia.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://archives.columbusstate.edu/oral_history/index.php|