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African American Heritage of Simpson County Oral History Project, and Simpson County Oral History Collection

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Subjects from the "Pass the Word" database record for the African American Heritage of Simpson County Oral History Project. "Discrimination, Farmers, Farming, Gospel music, Integration, Ku Klux Klan (1915-), Race relations, School integration, Schools, Segregation, Slavery, Slaves, Teachers"

Subjects from the "Pass the Word" database record for the Simpson County Oral History Collection. Banks, Cemeteries, Christmas customs, Churches, Courthouses, Crops, Education, Fairs, Family trees, Farms, Genealogy, Hotels, Knives, Libraries, Lynchings, Military service, Mules, Newspapers, Politicians, Prohibition, Railroads, Silent films, Teaching, Tractors, Wells, Whiskey, Windmills, Franklin (Ky.), Simpson County (Ky.)"

Discrimination, Farmers, Farming, Gospel music, Integration, Ku Klux Klan (1915-), Race relations, School integration, Schools, Segregation, Slavery, Slaves, Teachers - See more at: http://passtheword.ky.gov/collection/african-american-heritage-simpson-county-oral-history-project#sthash.tZpZKnzB.dpuf

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“African American Heritage of Simpson County Oral History Project, and Simpson County Oral History Collection,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed October 19, 2017, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/2977.

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