The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography - Vol. 12

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THE AMERICAN SLAVE: A COMPOSITE AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Supplement, Series 1

VOLUME 12


Oklahoma Narratives

GEORGE P. RAWICK General Editor

Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies, Number 35

GREENWOOD PRESS Westport, Connecticut London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Introduction ix
  • Notes xlviii
  • Appendix lii
  • Oklahoma lvia
  • Introduction lvii
  • Alexander, Alice 1
  • Anderson, Sam 4
  • Anderson, Sam 8
  • Banks, Frances 11
  • Banks, Sina 13
  • Barber, Mollie 28
  • Barber, Mollie 32
  • Barner, L.B 36
  • Oklahoma State Historical Soc. Indian Pioneer History Vol. 14 39
  • Bean, Joe 46
  • Bell, Eliza 52
  • Bethel, William 59
  • Brown, Charley Moore 73
  • Burns, Robert 78
  • Butler, Ed 87
  • Campbell, Jack 90
  • Carder, Sallie 96
  • Chessier, Betty Foreman 99
  • Claridy, George Washington 103
  • Clay, Henry 108
  • Etta D. Mason, Investigator, 11-29-37 128
  • Indian Archives Div., Vol. 63 - I.P.H. Okla. Historical Soc. Okla. City 130
  • Franklin, Richard 132
  • Patrick, Eliza 137
  • Harmon, George W 141
  • Harrison, John 145
  • Harshaw, Plomer 169
  • Hemmett, London Law 173
  • Henderson, Henry 177
  • Jackson, Frank 181
  • Jackson, Lizzie 185
  • Jenkins, Lewis 189
  • Jordan, Sam 197
  • Lonian, Moses 202
  • Mcnair, Chaney 213
  • Mcnair, Chaney 222
  • Mercer, Rose 229
  • Nave, Cornelius Neely 234
  • Perry, Noah 238
  • Perryman, Patsy 249
  • Pryor, Elsie 260
  • Scott, Annie Groves Age 93 328 Joplin Street Muskogee, Oklahoma Ethel Wolfe Garrison, Reporter Rewrite: Feb. 9, 1938 Craig Vollmer 268
  • Smith, Alfred 274
  • Smith, R. C 280
  • Starr, Milton 293
  • Stinnett, J.W 296
  • Strayhorn, Eva 297
  • Thompson, Johnson 309
  • Thompson, Ned 313
  • Thompson, Victoria Taylor Age 80 1613 Spruce Addition Muskogee, Oklahoma Ethel Wolfe Garrison, Reporter Rewrite: Jan. 4, 1938 Craig Vollmer 320
  • Threat, Jim Age 86 West Harrison Avenue Mcalester, Oklahoma Jessie R. Ervin, Reporter November 4, 1937 Mcalester, Oklahoma 325
  • Vann, Lucinda 342
  • Wagoner, Sweetie Ivery Age 73 1602 N. 3Rd Street Muskogee, Oklahoma Ethel Wolfe Garrison, Reporter Rewrite: Jan. 19, 1938 Craig Vollmer 354
  • Indian Archives Division Okla. Historical Soc. Okla. City Vol. 75 357
  • Ward, Rochelle Allred Age 91 Route 2, Box 9 Fort Gibson, Oklahoma Ethel Wolfe Garrison, Reporter Rewrite: Jan. 14, 1938 Craig Vollmer 359
  • Watson, William W 375
  • Whitmire, Eliza 380
  • Williams, Hulda 389
  • Williams, Robert 392
  • Willis, Charles 397
  • Wofford, Acemy 400
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