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Interview with Eva Carmen Rearding Her Life (FA 154)

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Transcript of interview by Christopher Carey for oral history project "A Generation Remembers, 1900-1949. Eva Carmen discusses her life and times, including information about African Americans, Hartford, KY, Kentucky State University, midwifery, her husband Ned Carmen, social life and customs, Lincoln Leadership Training School, teaching, the hanging of Sam Jennings and black newspapers.

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