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Interview with Jessie Mae Casey

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Crittenden, Lorraine

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Jessie Mae Casey is interviewed by Lorraine Crittenden on September 10, 1986 as a part of the Western North Carolina Tomorrow Black Oral History Project. Casey recounts stories from her grandmother when she was a slave in the Savannah area, including how she learned that she was free. Casey touches on many topics including education, playing with white children, church, community, the Depression, and the Civil Rights Movement. Her sister joined the Women’s Army Corps (WAC).
Type:
Sound
Format:
Sound Recordingstranscripts1:39:02 (Sound Recordings)43 Pages (Transcript)
Contributors:
Casey, Jessie Mae, 1910-1988
Created Date:
1986 09 10
Rights:
All rights reserved. For permissions, contact Hunter Library Digital Collections, Western Carolina U, Cullowhee, NC 28723;
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Western Carolina University - Oral histories

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Western Carolina University

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North Carolina Digital Heritage Center