This series contains original audio and video interview recordings with transcriptions, of Berea citizens discussing race relations and the impact of the Civil Rights Movement conducted over the time period 1989-2001.
Video recorded interviews beginning in 2007, with Black Blount County, Tennessee residents who helped shape the community during and after the integration of the schools in 1969. Andrew Baskin recorded 36 additional interviews during 2017.
Interview recordings, interview logs / transcripts, photographs, and print material relating to the formation of the Knoxville, TN based Fellowship House organization and especially its integrated day camp operated 1950-1972.
Multi-county interviews during 2007-2008 documenting such themes as Native American life, Revolutionary and Civil Wars, gristmills, waterways, slavery and the Underground Railroad, coal mining, timbering and the oil and gas boom, as well as family and community life.
Interviews during 2003 with residents of Virginia Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula for whom steamboating was a daily reality, those who worked on the boats and wharves, those who rode them as passengers and crew, and those who shipped produce and manufactured items or ordered goods for delivery.