George P. Rawick, ed., The American Slave. For another valuable
collection of slave narratives, primarily earlier accounts, see John W. Blassingame
, ed., Slave Testimony.
Rawick, American Slave, 19:iii, 18:iv.
Norman R. Yetman, "The Background of the Slave Narrative
Collection." Officials at Southern University's Archives never responded to inquiries from this author about the Cade collection, and
other researchers have encountered the same lack of response.
Rawick, American Slave, l:xvii.
Charles L. Perdue Jr.,
Thomas E. Barden, and
Robert K. Phil lips
, eds., Weevils in the Wheat.
For the text of this memorandum, see Rawick, American Slave, 1:173-78.
Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, American Negro Slavery, p. viii.
K. Warner Schaie, "Translations in Gerontology--From Lab to
Life: Intellectual Functioning"; Lissy F. Jarvik and
Arthur Falek, "Intellectual Stability and Survival in the Aged"; Robert L. Kahn,
Steven H. Zarit
Nancy M. Hilbert, and
George Niederehe, "Memory Complaint
and Impairment in the Aged"; June E. Blum,
Edward T. Clark, and Lissy F. Jarvik, "The New York State Psychiatric Institute Study of
Aging Twins," pp. 13-20.
Phillips, Weevils in the Wheat, pp. 205, 219-
20; Rawick, American Slave, 4:part II, 189; 2:part II, 298.
Rawick, American Slave, 7:Oklahoma, 206.
A handful of interviews were either too short or too poor in
quality to yield useful information.
C. Vann Woodward, "History From Slave Sources," pp. 470-