Manuscript Collection

Southeastern Indian Oral History Project - Accession 749 - M348 (399)

Title

Southeastern Indian Oral History Project - Accession 749 - M348 (399)

Authors

Catawba Indians

Files

Identifier

Accession 749 - M348 (399)

Inclusive Dates

1973

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

33 pieces

Language

English

Scope and Content Note

The Southeastern Indian Oral History Project Papers consist of a transcript of an oral history interview sponsored by the University of Florida in cooperation of the Catawba Indian Nation in 1973. The interviewers were Emma Echols and Frances Wade and the interviewees were Mr. Willard Hayes and Mrs. Dessa Hayes. Mr. Willard Hayes was a Mormon missionary who came to the Catawba Indian Reservation in 1935 as a teacher. The interview touches on his experiences and interactions with the Catawba Nation and their leader Chief Samuel Blue.

Provenance

The Southeastern Indian Oral History Project was given to the Archives by Louise Pettus on September 19, 1989.

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

Southeastern Indian Oral History Project - Accession 749 - M348 (399)

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