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UNC's Southern Oral History Program celebrates 50th anniversary


In 1973, the founder of the Southern Oral History Program Jacquelyn Dowd Hall came to the University of North Carolina to teach history and create the first oral history program in the South. Fifty years later, the program has now conducted and archived more than 6,500 interviews to preserve Southern voices and stories across the region. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC's Southern Oral History Program celebrates 50th anniversary


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