American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography

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Description: This is a collection of nearly 4,000 interviews with former slaves in the United States. The interviews were mainly conducted in the 1930s as part of the Works Progress Administration Writers' Project, though some were conducted in the 1920s.

The print counterpart is titled The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography, and is held in Davis Library, E 444 .A45, and in the North Carolina Collection, C326.4 A51r.

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Medium:  web
Updated:  Complete
Language:  English