Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Georgia Narratives, Part 2
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Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Georgia Narratives, Part 2

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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
      • Illustrated with Photographs
      • WASHINGTON 1941
    • Illustrated with Photographs
    • WASHINGTON 1941
  • VOLUME IV
  • GEORGIA NARRATIVES
  • PART 2
    • Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Georgia
  • INFORMANTS
    • PLANTATION LIFE
    • as viewed by ex-slave ELISHA DOC GAREY 258 Lyndon Avenue Athens, Georgia Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Res. 6 & 7 Augusta, Ga.
    • RICHMOND COUNTY EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW
    • LEAH GARRETT Written by: Louise Oliphant Federal Writers' Project Augusta, Georgia Edited By: John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7 Augusta, Georgia
    • MARY GLADDY, EX-SLAVE Place of birth: On the Holt plantation, in Muscogee County, near Columbus, Georgia. Date of birth: About 1853. Present residence: In rear of 806½ 6th Avenue, Columbus, Georgia. Interviewed: July 30, 1936.
    • AUNT EDIE DENNIS HAS REACHED GOOD OLD AGE —SPECIAL— (FROM ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, NOVEMBER 10, 1900.)
      • THE STORY OF CHUCK, AS TOLD BY MARY GLADDY.
      • KEEP THE FIRE BURNING WHILE YOUR SOUL'S FIRED UP.
      • THE GOSPEL TRAIN
      • OLD SLAVE CANTICLE.
    • THE STORY OF CHUCK, AS TOLD BY MARY GLADDY.
    • KEEP THE FIRE BURNING WHILE YOUR SOUL'S FIRED UP.
    • THE GOSPEL TRAIN
    • OLD SLAVE CANTICLE.
    • A SHORT TALK WITH SARAH GRAY— EX-SLAVE A paper submitted by Minnie B. Ross Revision of original copy and typing by J. C. Russell Talk with ex-slave SARAH GRAY M. B. Ross 1/25/37
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave ALICE GREEN Athens Georgia Written by: Corry Fowler, Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7
    • PLANTATION LIFE Interview with: ALICE GREEN 156 Willow Street Athens, Georgia Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project ALICE GREEN Ex-Slave—Age 76 Residencies 6 & 7.
    • AN OPINION OF SLAVERY BY ISAIAH GREEN—EX SLAVE Submitted by Minnie B. Ross Typed by J.C. Russell 1-25-37 An opinion of Slavery By Isaiah Green—Ex-Slave AN EX-SLAVES OPINION OF SLAVERY
    • [HW: Isaac (Isaiah) Green] Edwin Driskell THE EXPERIENCES OF AN EX-SLAVE
    • EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW: MARGARET GREEN 1430 Jones Street Augusta, Georgia. (Richmond County) BY: Mrs. Margaret Johnson Editor Federal Writers' Project, Augusta, Georgia. EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW Margaret Green, 1430 Jones Street, Augusta, Georgia (Richmond County)
    • Minnie Green Interviewed Alberta Minor Re-search Worker
    • WHEELER GRESHAM of WILKES COUNTY GEORGIA by Minnie Branham Stonestreet Washington-Wilkes Georgia Dec. 14, 1936.
    • FIRST COPY OF ARTICLE ENTITLED: "AN INTERVIEW WITH HEARD GRIFFIN," EX-SLAVE. by Minnie B. Ross Typed by A. M. Whitley 1-29-37 HEARD GRIFFIN—EX-SLAVE
      • [HW: David Goodman Gullins]
    • [HW: David Goodman Gullins]
    • October 16, 1936. REMINISCENCES OF SLAVERY DAYS
    • 1-25-37 Minnie B. Ross. EX SLAVE MILTON HAMMOND.
    • JANE SMITH HILL HARMON of WASHINGTON-WILKES by Minnie Branham Stonestreet Washington-Wilkes Georgia JANE SMITH HILL HARMON of WASHINGTON-WILKES
    • PLANTATION LIFE As viewed by Ex-Slave DOSIA HARRIS 159 Valley Street Athens, Georgia Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7. DOSIA HARRIS Ex-Slave—Age 78
    • Mary A. Crawford Re-search Worker Henderson Harris—Ex-Slave
    • Velma Bell District #2 Augusta, Ga. EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW Uncle Shang Harris Toccoa, Georgia (Stephens County)
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave TOM HAWKINS 163 Bremen Street Athens, Georgia. Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta, Ga. TOM HAWKINS Ex-Slave—Age 75.
    • EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW BILL HEARD 475 Reese Street Athens, Georgia Written by: Miss Grace McCune Athens — Edited by: Mrs. Sarah H. Hall Athens — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Proj. Residencies 6 & 7 Augusta, Georgia. Sept. 12, 1938 BILL HEARD Ex-Slave—Age 73.
    • A STORY OF SLAVERY AS TOLD BY EMMALINE HEARD—EX-SLAVE A paper submitted by Minnie B. Ross Revision of original copy and typing by J.C.Russell 1-26-37 Story of slavery by ex-slave Emmaline Heard Ex-Slave M. B. Ross
      • PART II
    • PART II
    • EX-SLAVE MILDRED HEARD.
    • ROBERT HEARD—PORTRAIT OF AN EX-SLAVE
      • [HW: J. Jaffee]
    • [HW: J. Jaffee]
    • Whitley, 1-22-37 M. B. Ross. Ex-Slave Benjamin Henderson.
    • PLANTATION LIFE, AS VIEWED BY AN EX-SLAVE Written By: Mrs. Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited By: Mrs. Sarah. H. Hall Athens — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7 Augusta, Georgia September 23, 1938. JEFFERSON FRANKLIN HENRY Ex-Slave—Age 78 Athens, Georgia
    • PLANTATION LIFE, AS VIEWED BY AN EX-SLAVE
      • [HW: Robert Henry Ex-slave]
    • [HW: Robert Henry Ex-slave]
    • FEDERAL WRITERS' PROJECT W.P.A. OFFICE 787 COBB STREET ATHENS, GEORGIA OCTOBER 16, 1936 Mr. John L. Peters, Director W.P.A. District No. 2 708 Telfair Street Augusta, Georgia Attention: Mrs. Carolyn P. Dillard State Director Federal Writers' Projects Atlanta, Georgia
    • JOHN HILL 1525 Broad Street Athens, Georgia PLANTATION LIFE, AS VIEWED BY AN EX-SLAVE Written By: Grace McCune Research Worker Federal Writers' Project Athens, Georgia Edited By: Leila Harris Editor Federal Writers' Project Augusta, Georgia JOHN HILL Ex-Slave, Age 74 1525 W. Broad St. Athens, Georgia
    • Mary A. Crawford Re-search Worker Laura Hood Ex-Slave
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave CARRIE HUDSON 258 Lyndon Avenue Athens, Georgia. Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7. CARRIE HUDSON Ex-Slave—Age 75
      • [TR: date stamp: MAY 28 1938]
    • [TR: date stamp: MAY 28 1938]
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave CHARLIE HUDSON 258 Lyndon Avenue Athens, Georgia Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Res. 6 & 7. Augusta, Ga. CHARLIE HUDSON Ex-Slave—Age 80.
    • ANNIE HUFF, EX-SLAVE, of near Macon, Georgia Jul 28 1937
    • Adella S. Dixon District 7 May 8 1937 Bryant Huff Old Slave Story
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • [TR: Date Stamped May 13 1938]
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • [TR: Date Stamped May 13 1938]
    • PLANTATION LIFE as related by Ex-Slave: EASTER HUFF 125 Rockspring St., Athens, Georgia. Written by: Sadie B. Hornsby Athens, Georgia Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Florence Blease John N. Booth Augusta, Georgia. EASTER HUFF Ex-Slave—Age 80
    • PLANTATION LIFE, AS VIEWED BY AN EX-SLAVE Written By: Miss Grace McCune Athens — Edited By: Mrs. Sarah H. Hall Athens — and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residences No. 6 & 7 Augusta, Georgia Sept. 21, 1938. Lina Hunter Ex-Slave, Age about 90 270 Bailey Street Athens, Georgia
      • [TR: Date stamp: MAY 8 1937]
    • [TR: Date stamp: MAY 8 1937]
    • EMMA HURLEY OF WASHINGTON-WILKES
      • [TR: date stamp: MAY 13 1938]
    • [TR: date stamp: MAY 13 1938]
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by ex-slave ALICE HUTCHESON 165 Rockspring Street Athens, Georgia Written by: Grace McCune Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens and John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Augusta, Georgia. ALICE HUTCHESON Ex-Slave—Age 76
      • [HW: Ex-Slave Interview: Mrs. Amanda Jackson]
    • [HW: Ex-Slave Interview: Mrs. Amanda Jackson]
    • "MEMORIES OF HER CHILDHOOD", BY AN EX-SLAVE, CAMILLA JACKSON Submitted by— Minnie B. Ross (Colored)
      • [TR: date stamp MAY 8 1937]
    • [TR: date stamp MAY 8 1937]
    • Life Story as Told by Aunt Easter Jackson Ex-Slave
      • [TR: date stamp MAY 8 1937]
    • [TR: date stamp MAY 8 1937]
    • SLAVERY DAYS AS RELATED BY: SNOVEY JACKSON Ruth A. Chitty—Research Worker
      • [HW: DIST. 4 Ex. Slave.]
    • [HW: DIST. 4 Ex. Slave.]
    • Louise McKinney 100142
      • [HW: "Uncle Jake"]
    • [HW: "Uncle Jake"]
    • "A Vessel Ob De Lawd".
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY.
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave MAHALA JEWEL 177 Berry Street Athens, Georgia. Written by: Grace McCune Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7. MAHALA JEWEL Ex-Slave—Age 76.
    • BENJAMIN JOHNSON EX-SLAVE
    • PLANTATION LIFE as viewed by Ex-Slave GEORGIA JOHNSON 1537 W. Broad Street Athens, Georgia Written by: Grace McCune Athens — Edited by: Sarah H. Hall Athens — Leila Harris Augusta GEORGIA JOHNSON Ex-Slave—Age 74
    • MANUEL JOHNSON of WASHINGTON-WILKES by Minnie Branham Stonestreet Washington-Wilkes Georgia
      • [HW: Ex-Slave]
    • [HW: Ex-Slave]
    • Mary A. Crawford Re-search Worker Susie Johnson—Ex-slave
    • EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW ESTELLA JONES 1434 Wrightsboro Road Augusta, Georgia Written by: Louisa Oliphant Federal Writers' Project Augusta, Georgia. Edited by: John N. Booth District Supervisor Federal Writers' Project Residencies 6 & 7 Augusta, Georgia.
    • EX-SLAVE INTERVIEW FANNIE JONES 37—12th Street Augusta, Georgia Written By: Emily Powell Augusta, Georgia Edited By: John N. Booth WPA Residencies No. 6 & 7 Sept. 1, 1938. Fannie Jones Ex-Slave, Age 85 37—12th St. Augusta, Georgia
    • Alberta Minor
      • [HW: over 100 years old]
    • [HW: over 100 years old]
    • Rastus Jones, Ex-slave
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