Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Maryland Narratives
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Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Maryland Narratives

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  • SLAVE NARRATIVES
  • A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves
    • TYPEWRITTEN RECORDS PREPARED BY THE FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT 1936-1938 ASSEMBLED BY THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PROJECT WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SPONSORED BY THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
  • VOLUME VIII
  • MARYLAND NARRATIVES
    • Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Maryland
  • INFORMANTS
    • Maryland [--]-23-37 Guthrie AUNT LUCY [HW: BROOKS]. References: Interview with Aunt Lucy and her son, Lafayette Brooks.
    • Maryland 11/15/37 Rogers CHARLES COLES, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Charles Coles at his home,      1106 Sterling St., Baltimore, Md.
    • Maryland Sept. 20, 1937 Rogers JAMES V. DEANE, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with James V. Deane, ex-slave,      on Sept. 20, 1937, at his home, 1514 Druid Hill Ave.,      Baltimore.
    • Maryland 11/3/37 Rogers MRS. M.S. FAYMAN. Reference: Personal interview with Mrs. Fayman,      at her home, Cherry Heights near Baltimore, Md.
    • Maryland Dec. 16, 1937 Rogers THOMAS FOOTE'S STORY, A free Negro. Reference: Personal interview with Thomas Foote,      at his home, Cockeysville, Md.
    • Maryland Sept. 22, 1937 Rogers MENELLIS GASSAWAY, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Menellis Gassaway, ex-slave,      on Sept. 22, 1937, at M.E. Home, Carrollton Ave., Baltimore.
    • Maryland [--] 11, 1938 Rogers CAROLINE HAMMOND, A fugitive. Interview at her home, 4710 Falls Road, Baltimore, Md.
    • Maryland Dec. 13, 1937 Rogers PAGE HARRIS, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Page Harris at his home,      Camp Parole, A.A.C. Co., Md.
    • Maryland Sept. 27, 1937 Rogers ANNIE YOUNG HENSON, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Annie Young Henson, ex-slave,      at African M.E. Home, 207 Aisquith St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland Sept. 29, 1937 Rogers REV. SILAS JACKSON, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Rev. Silas Jackson, ex-slave,      at his home, 1630 N. Gilmor St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland [--]-20-37 Rogers JAMES CALHART JAMES, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with James Calhart James, ex-slave,      at his home, 2460 Druid Hill Ave., Baltimore.
    • Maryland Sept. 23, 1937 Rogers MARY MORIAH ANNE SUSANNA JAMES, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Mary James, ex-slave,      Sept. 23, 1937, at her home, 618 Haw St., Baltimore, Md.
    • Maryland 9/14/37 Guthrie PHILLIP JOHNSON, An Ex-Slave. Ref: Phillip Johnson, R.F.D. Poolesville, Md.
    • Maryland Sept. 30, 1937 Rogers GEORGE JONES, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with George Jones, Ex-slave,      at African M.E. Home, 207 Aisquith St., Baltimore.
    • Ellen B. Warfield May 18, 1937 ALICE LEWIS.
    • Maryland Sept. 4, 1937 Rogers PERRY LEWIS, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Perry Lewis, ex-slave,      at his home, 1124 E. Lexington St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland Sept. 7, 1937 Rogers RICHARD MACKS, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Richard Macks, ex-slave,      at his home, 541 W. Biddle St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland Dec. 21, 1937 Rogers TOM RANDALL, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Tom Randall,      at his home, Oella, Md.
    • Maryland Sept. 28, 1937 Stansbury DENNIS SIMMS, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Dennis Simms, ex-slave,      September 19, 1937, at his home, 629 Mosher St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland 12/6/37 Rogers JIM TAYLOR (UNCLE JIM), Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with Jim Taylor,      at his home, 424 E. 23rd St., Baltimore.
    • Maryland [--]-22-37 Rogers JAMES WIGGINS, Ex-slave. Reference: Personal interview with James Wiggins, ex-slave,      at his home, 625 Barre St.
    • Maryland Sept. 27, 1937 Stansbury "PARSON" REZIN WILLIAMS, ex-slave.
      • References:      Baltimore Morning Sun, December 10, 1928.      Registration Books of Board of Election Supervisors          Baltimore Court House.      Personal interviews with "Parson" Rezin Williams,           on Thursday afternoon, September 18 and 24, 1937,           at his home, 2610 Pierpont Street, Mount Winans,           Baltimore, Md.      Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol 1 (1906), p. 56.      Buchholz: Governors of Maryland—pp. 57-63, 192-167.          (P.L.G. 28 B 92.)
    • References:      Baltimore Morning Sun, December 10, 1928.      Registration Books of Board of Election Supervisors          Baltimore Court House.      Personal interviews with "Parson" Rezin Williams,           on Thursday afternoon, September 18 and 24, 1937,           at his home, 2610 Pierpont Street, Mount Winans,           Baltimore, Md.      Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol 1 (1906), p. 56.      Buchholz: Governors of Maryland—pp. 57-63, 192-167.          (P.L.G. 28 B 92.)
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