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American slavery [electronic resource] : a composite autobiography.

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Language:
English.
Beginning date:
2000
Imprint:
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Publishing Group, c2000-
Format:
  • Book, Database
File Characteristics:
Electronic data.
Note:
Title from title screen (viewed June 12, 2001)
Access:
Internet access restricted to licensed users.
Summary:
Contains the collection of over 2,000 interviews conducted in seventeen states between 1936 and 1938 under the Federal Writers' Project of the Work Progress Administration, as published in 1972 in The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography edited by George P. Rawick. The site contains a links to the narratives and Rawick's analysis of the collection, From Sundown to Sunup: The Making of the Black Community. Each entry links to an Adobe PDF version of the narrative as contained in the Rawick print collection, including any handwritten editorial comments made at the time.
Format:
7Mode of access: World Wide Web System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader required to view PDF files, and sound card to listen to sound clips.
Note:
Available online to Stanford-affiliated users.
Related Work:
Rawick, George P., 1929- American slave.
Rawick, George P., 1929- From sunup to sundown, the making of the Black community.
Potts, Howard E., 1954- Comprehensive index for the American slave.
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