The Other Great Migration: The Movement of Rural African Americans to Houston, 1900-1941

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Preface

1. Bernadette Pruitt, “Challenging Whiteness and Celebrating Blackness: One Scholar’s Journey,” unpublished paper presented at the East Texas Historical Association, September 28, 2012, Nacogdoches, Texas.

2. Bertha Juanita Pruitt, December 8, 1984, Michigan Deaths, 1971–1996, Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Death Index, Lansing, Michigan, from Ancestry.com, http://search.ancestry.com; Catherine Collins, telephone interview by Bernadette Pruitt, transcript, December 25, 2005, University Park, Illinois, in possession of the author; and Alice McPhereson, interview by Bernadette Pruitt, tape recording, April 16, 2009, Detroit, Michigan, in possession of the author.

3. “In Loving Memory of Bertha Pruitt,” December 15, 1984, obituary; and Bertha Lively, Voter Registration List, Detroit, Michigan, May 30, 1940, in Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings, US Public Records Index, vol. 2, from Ancestry.com, http://search .ancestry.com/.

4. Gloria Ann Pruitt, high school diploma, Charles Chadsey High School, Detroit, Michigan, June 1, 1959; Malcolm Lively, diploma, Lewis Cass Technical High School, Detroit, Michigan, January 10, 1958; Gwendolyn Lively, diploma, Wilbur Wright High School, Detroit, Michigan, July 1, 1958; Catherine Collins, General Educational Development (GED) certificate, Thornton Community College, South Holland, Illinois, 1980; Malcolm Lively, interview by Bernadette Pruitt, tape recording, March 17, 1993, Detroit, Michigan, in possession of the author; and Bernadette Pruitt, diploma, Northwestern High School, Detroit, Michigan, June 6, 1984.

5. Clarence Edward Pruitt interviewed by Bernadette Pruitt, tape recording, Detroit, Michigan, August 23, 1999, in the possession of author; and “In Loving Memory of a Great Man: Clarence Edward Pruitt,” obituary, January 6, 2001, Detroit, Michigan, in possession of the author.

6. Clarence Edward Pruitt interview; and Vera Hayden, telephone interview by Bernadette Pruitt, transcript, Meridian, Mississippi, December 25, 2010, in possession of the author.

7. Clarence Edward Pruitt interview; Vera Hayden interview; and Frank Pruitt,

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