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.
Interviewees include:
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

Creator

Black in Appalachia

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.

Coverage

United States--Tennessee--Hawkins County--Rogersville

Files

Citation

Black in Appalachia, “Swift Memorial Institute: Interview Transcriptions,” Black in Appalachia: Community History Digital Archive, accessed July 26, 2021, https://blackinappalachia.omeka.net/items/show/1641.