Black Oral History Collection


Subject:
United States History , Washington State: People , History , Black Resources , Washington State: History , Washington State: Jobs and Work , Nonfiction by Genre , U.S. History By Place , Washington State: History By Place , Discover New Trails at LII , Washington State: Society & Social Issues , Washington State: Arts and Humanities , African Americans , Frontier & Pioneer Life , Interviews , Job Postings , Oral Histories , Oral History , Pacific Northwest , Pacific Northwest Generally , Pioneering (Trailblazing) African-Americans , Pioneers , Pioneers of All Kinds (Trailblazers) , Religion , Religion

Description:
Features interviews with "African American pioneers and their descendants throughout Washington [state], Oregon, Idaho, and Montana, from 1972-1974." Topics discussed "include early black settlers, job opportunities, social life and community, living patterns, black churches, and black political involvement from the late 1800s through 1974." Includes sound files and descriptive records. Browsable and searchable. From Washington State University Libraries.

Publisher:
Washington State University

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/xblackoralhistory.html


PID= res:lii-936