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African Americans

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on citizens of the United States of black African descent. Works on blacks who temporarily reside in the United States, such as aliens, students from abroad, etc., are entered under Blacks--United States. Works on blacks outside the United States are entered under Blacks--[place].

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

ADS-1012-01: Ethel Ruth Baldwin, April 15, 2003

 File — Box 22: Series Series 10, Folder: 1
Collection number: ADS-1012-01
Scope and Contents Group or Organization Name:County of Residence:RandolphOccupation:retiredNotes:African American 7-shape note singing conventions oral history; hobbies sewing, cooking. Part of Kuanita Murphey's independent study MUE 7900 African American Music Research, which later became a chapter in her master's thesis on her home church in CutKeywords:African American 7-shapenote singing conventionsGenres (Controlled Vocabulary):religious...
Dates: April 15, 2003

Interview with Ethel Ruth Baldwin, April 15, 2003

 File — Bag \folklife\prj1014\: Series PRJ1014, Folder: 001_baldwin-ethel
Collection number: PRJ1014-001
Scope and Contents

Interview with Ethel Ruth Baldwin, April 15, 2003. 00:31:53. Randolf County, Georgia. Fieldworker: Kuanita Murphey. Topics: Shape-note singing, Sacred Harp.

Dates: April 15, 2003