York County Multiethnic Cultural Heritage Project
The Impact of Religion on Black Culture a set of 3 cassettes of interviews, slides and a 30 minute 1/2" video tape of a church service; The Long Road to Freedom: An Interview with Cynthia P. Roddey, First Black Student at Winthrop College a taped interview, slides, and newspaper clippings; Medi...
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The Impact of Religion on Black Culture a set of 3 cassettes of interviews, slides and a 30 minute 1/2" video tape of a church service; The Long Road to Freedom: An Interview with Cynthia P. Roddey, First Black Student at Winthrop College a taped interview, slides, and newspaper clippings; Medicinal Herbs and Roots a set of slides and descriptive narrartive; Midwifery in York County: An Interview with Hester Boulware a cassette interview,a 1/2" video tape interview and slides; Minority Organizations in Rock Hill, S.C. and the local NAACP taped interviews, 1/2" video tapes of state NAACP meetings, print materials and a list of York County minority organizations;
North American Indian Artifacts at the York County Museum a set of slides of descriptions; Three Generations: As You Grew Up interviews on two audiocassettes and a list of questions asked; Views from the Black Community: Education and Religion a set of slides and interviews on audiocassette; A Visit with Doris Blue: A Catawba Indian Potter a presentation of 2 audiocassette interviews, 2 1/2" video tapes and 35 slides; A Visit to the Senior Citizens Center a collection of slides and student recollections of the visit; a collection of 18 audiocassettes of the workshop sessions; and a 35 page final report.
Contains 22 curriculum modules developed by teachers in a workshop sponsored by the project. The modules include: Black Businesses of Rock Hill, S.C. a slide/tape presentation and a guide Directory of Black Business Persons of Rock Hill, S.C.; Catawba Indian Life a slide/tape presentation with transparencies and print materials; Catawba Indians Today a set of 52 color 35mm. slides; The Catawba Indians: Glimpses from the Past a slide/tape presentation with additional printed narrative; Changing Architectural Styles in Rock Hill, S.C. a slide /tape presentation; Clinton Junior College a set of photos with descriptions;
Creativity: Interviews with Rock Hill Artists a set of six interviews, slides and a list of questions asked; The Days of Steam Locomotives: An Interview with L.C. Denton and Others a set of slides and 3 taped interviews; Death and Dying: Attitutes and Practices in York, S.C. a set of slides and 5 cassettes of interviews; Friendship Junior College: An Interview with Former President James Gouglock a set of slides and a 1/2" video tape; The History of a Block, 1943-1977 a taped interview and slides; Old Homes in Bethesda Community and a Short History of Rural Schools a set of slides with accompanying printed description.
This project was supported by the Ethnic Heritage Studies Program.