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Book: Guide to Oral History Collections in Louisiana A Guide to Oral History Collections in Louisiana
A Publication of the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History
Louisiana State University

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Book: The Baton Rouge Bus Boycott of 1953 The Baton Rouge Bus Boycott of 1953
An Oral History Project by Jamahl Fields, Rashada Jenkins, Erin Pourchè, and Courtney Zachary
Sponsored by JTPA, East Baton Rouge High School Board and the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History
McKinley High School Summer Oral History Project 1998

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Book: Visions: The Soul and Spirit of South Baton Rouge Churches Visions: The Soul and Spirit of South Baton Rouge Churches
The Third Annual McKinley High School Oral History Project

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Book: Talking Gumbo: A Teacher's Guide to Using Oral History in the Classroom Talking Gumbo: A Teacher's Guide to Using Oral History in the Classroom
By Pamela Dean, Toby Daspit and Petra Munro

A Companion Volume to
"You've Got To Hear This Story"
A Video on How to Do Oral History Interviews
T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History

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Book: Louisiana Voices: Remembering WWII Louisiana Voices: Remembering World War II
With an introduction by Stephen Ambrose
Janet Barnwell, Editor; Stanley Hilton, Contributing Editor

"[This book] is a wonderful collection of the oral history memoirs of a representative group of the Louisiana men and women who fought in World War II. It includes enlisted men and officers, nurses, doctors, blacks and whites, French and English speakers, the works. The individuals speak with their own voices, in their own words -- the raw materials of history. They speak with an authenticity that no one who wasn't there can ever match. They say it better than the historians, novelists, the screen-writers, or the journalists."
—from the introduction to Louisiana Voices.
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