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Oral History: GCSU Special Collections: African American Educators

Oral histories are important sources of information for historians and researchers by providing valuable first hand accounts of events of a historical and social nature.

About this collection....

The black education-dual system oral history collection contains 23 tapes of interviews conducted by Dr. Warren G. Palmer in Fort Valley, Georgia during 1977. The interviewees are African American and recount their experiences teaching during the dual education system in Georgia

African American Educators

Here are a few selected samples with links to the collections box list.

Subject Guide

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