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Oral History Interview with Dr. Andrew Best March 31, 1999

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Oral history interview with Dr. Andrew Best, a longtime health care provider in Greenville, North Carolina. In this interview, Dr. Best discusses the importance of informing adolescent students about preventive care and communicable diseases. He also talks about several incidents that he witnessed during the Civil Rights era and his activity on local boards and councils during that time. The information covered in this interview is relevant to the years 1957 to 1972. 63 minutes
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Video
Format:
Oral Histories
Contributors:
Moskop, Ruth
Created Date:
19990331
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African American History

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East Carolina University

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North Carolina Digital Heritage Center