Mansfield African American Oral History Project excerpt discussing slavery

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Mansfield African American Oral History Project excerpt discussing slavery

Subject

An excerpt from the Mansfield African American Oral History Project discusses slavery.

Description

In this excerpt from the Mansfield African American Oral History project unabridged transcript, the interviewer asked about African Americans' beginnings in Mansfield and how their parents settled in the small town. The times of slavery and how sharecropping was done in this Texas town were discussed in the interview. This brings a beginning to the African American story of Mansfield and how it later built to the crisis in 1956. Sam Solimillo in Mansfield conducted the interview. The interviewees mentioned from this excerpt were, Fred Lawson (F.L.) and Maggie Jackson Briscoe (M.B.).

Source

Mansfield African American Oral History Project, page 9

Publisher

[no text]

Date

1995-12 (when interviews were conducted)

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“Mansfield African American Oral History Project excerpt discussing slavery,” The Crisis at Mansfield, accessed December 2, 2022, https://mansfieldcrisis.omeka.net/items/show/222.