Swift Memorial Institute: Interview Transcriptions

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Title

Swift Memorial Institute: Interview Transcriptions

Subject

Tennessee; African Americans--Appalachian Region; African Americans--Southern States; African American heritage; African American Education--Hawkins County--Rogersville; Education--Historically Black Colleges and Universities; African American--Oral Histories--Segregation

Description

Transcribed interviews with Swift Memorial Institute Alumni & Scholars on the founding & development of Black higher education in Rogersville, Tennessee and across the state of Tennessee.

Creator

Black in Appalachia

Source

Betty Watterson-Fugate, Dr. Bobby Lovett, Carolyn Trammell-Cox, Catherine Snapp-Howard, Charles W Hargrave, Dessa Edyth Parkey-Blair, Imogene Trammel-Fugate, Josephine Snapp-Francisco-Wills, Lester Lamon, Lois Goins, Lollie Mae McKinney-Surratt, Margaret Clark-Delaney, Norma Jean Cope, Pat Snapp-Charles, Robert J Booker, Ruth Sharp-Ben, Sandy Durham, Stella Gudger, Wayne Fain, William Bogart, William Dennis

Publisher

Black in Appalachia

Date

2012 to 2014

Contributor

William Isom II, Amira Sakalla & Wilson Library, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Rights

Items can be used for private reflection and research, and not for commercial purposes.

Collection Items

Betty Watterson-Fugate
Interview with Betty Watterson-Fugate about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview…

Catherine Snapp-Howard
Interview with Catherine Snapp-Howard about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview…

Charles W Hargrave
Interview with Charles W Hargrave about his experiences attending the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Mr. Hargrave is the son of once College president and…

Dessa Edyth Parkey-Blair: Interview #1
Interview with Dessa Edyth Parkey-Blair about her experiences attending the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview was recorded at the Swift Museum in…

Etta Snapp-Fanny
Interview with Etta Snapp-Fanny about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview was…

Josephine Snapp-Francisco-Willis
Interview with Josephine Snapp-Francisco-Willis about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute.…

Lois Goins
Interview with Lois Goins about her experiences attending Swift Memorial Institute and teaching at Sulphur Hollow school in Hancock County, Tennessee. Interview was conducted at the "Great Golden Gathering" reunion in Sevierville, Tennessee. The…

Margaret Clark-Delaney
Interview with Josephine Margaret Clark-Delaney about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute.…

Norma Jean Cope
Interview with Norma Jean Cope about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview was…

Pat Snapp-Charles
Interview with Pat Snapp-Charles about her experiences with the May Day Celebrations and associated stories of the late HBCU (Historically Black College & University) once located in Rogersville, Tennessee, Swift Memorial Institute. Interview was…
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