Contains four audio cassette tapes of interviews conducted with people living along Dog River, Alabama. The interviewees discuss the ecological changes suffered by the river. Transcripts of the interviews are available.
DVDs and transcript logs of oral history project related to individuals working in Bayou La Batre's fishing and seafood industry. Contains eleven interviews on eight DVDs recorded in 2008.
A group of interviews with residents of the Blakeley Bluff area in Baldwin County. In 2018, USA Honors College students conducted these interviews as part of an Alabama Humanities Foundation grant project to document residents' memories and reflections on the natural landscape and environment.
Approximately two hundred hours of audio interviews, some of which are transcribed. Digitization is in process.
An interview with Blossom Haozous about her father George M. Wratten, who acted as interpreter for the Apache.
Accession # 721-2019
Sawyerville Oral Histories
Format: Digital Audio
Interviews conducted with four African American descendants of the Pickens family of Hale County who owned the Umbria Plantation there. The interviewer is Dr. Sarah Silkey.
A collection of 27 interviews conducted by Deborah Gurt and Honors College students with members of Mobile's Jewish Community as part of an Alabama Humanities Alliance grant-funded humanities project.