Documenting History: Oral History Project

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An oral history of the development of Mustard Gas and its treatment from the perspective of James Leenhouts.

An interview with Dr. Gwnedolyn Zoharah about her experience during the Civil Rights Movement.

An interview with Georgie Gex about her experience emigrating from Cuba to the United States during the Cuban Revolution.

An interview with Vladimir Spencer about his experience living under communism in Romania.


Kit On the YaLu River : A Study of China's Involvement of the Korean War and Its Logistical Activities
Shize Yan.
(Series: American Century Project)

Call #: OH YAN 2018
Location: Workroom
Local copies available: 1 of 1. See all...

An interview with Dr. Paul Shorb about his experience as a doctor in the 1950s.

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The purpose of this project is to collect and preserve the struggles of blacks in America during the Civil Rights Movement. The project highlights the importance of the March on Washington held in 1963. The interview with former DC city council chair…

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The purpose of this oral history project and interview with Bryan Mitnaul is to collect and preserve a unique primary and secondary source document on the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s. By reading this project, that is a convergence…

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The purpose of this project is to provide an account of the dramatic shift between the conforming 1950’s to the expressive and passionate 1960’s. It teaches readers about the significant events that occurred in this timespan, such as the March on…

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The Cultural Revolution embodied a time of suffering of both the body and the mind, and limited the voice of the victims who are forgotten by history. Chairman Mao Zedong, leader of the Communist party, stole basic liberties from the people of China…
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