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Jean Coday Oral History Interview

Today’s post is doing double duty. In the first half, Jean Coday has long been the driving force behind the Laura Ingalls Wilder/Rose Wilder Lane Home and Museum… 1,206 more words

Laura Ingalls Wilder

A snapshot of words and phrases

More from the British Library Sound Archives that I wrote about in last week’s blog post.

Under the BBC Voices project, you can listen to speakers from all the counties of Britain to hear how they pronounce words in the early 21st century – and what words are in their current lexicon. 234 more words

Historical Research

An Introduction to Journey to Justice Leicester

Fifty-five years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. marked his awareness of what he termed “the interrelatedness of all communities and states.” Writing from a prison cell in Birmingham, Alabama, King proclaimed: 340 more words


The importance of Oral History in sharing London's untold past.

Throughout the Unlocking our Sound Heritage (UOSH) project London Metropolitan Archives (LMA), as one of ten UK-wide regional hubs, will be working to digitise and catalogue a number of sound recordings that will include world music, academic lectures, urban sounds and oral history. 1,071 more words


Fred Artis brings local history to life.

Wilson Daily Times, 15 June 1992.

On 9 October 1912, Fred Artis, 23, married Mattie Lewis, 18, in Wilson. A.M.E. Zion minister… 221 more words

City Of Wilson

Revisiting Our Goals

Photo: Central segment of mural at Appellate Division, First Department Courthouse

We are now a few days into the new year, which is the perfect time to make some resolutions at the Society! 829 more words