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Articles from The Oral History Review (June 22, 2002)

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"Let's call it `The Horry County Oral History Project'". Wells, Randall A. 1095
A Portal to Paradise. Norman, Deborah Book Review 864
A Very Dangerous Citizen: Abraham Lincoln Polonsky and the Hollywood Left. Georgakas, Dan Book Review 783
A wise choice. Embry, Jessie 869
Abiding Courage: African American Migrant Women and the East Bay Community. Freund, Alexander Book Review 977
America's Invisible Gulag: a Biography of German American Internment and Exclusion in World War II. Crockett, Rosemary F. Book Review 1365
An interview with Enid Douglass. Larson, Mary A. Interview 7236
Asking personal questions. Morris, Gabrielle 901
At history's knee. Porter, Kimberly K. 979
Back doors. Riegle, Rosalie G. 884
Beginnings in oral history: or how one man and two women helped give birth to an oral historian. Reeves, Troy 884
Bertold Brecht, public housing, and oral history. Purdy, Sean 1082
Builders: Herman and George R. Brown. Pospisil, JoAnn Book Review 1241
Dissent in Wichita--the Civil Rights Movement in the Midwest, 1954-72. Richardson, D. Darlene Book Review 1015
Each of us sees history through our own eyes. Lewin, Rhoda 1429
Editor's introduction. 670
Fragmented Ties: Salvadoran Immigrant Networks in America. Ramirez, Horacio N. Roque Book Review 1130
From childhood storytelling to oral history interviews. Tranguyen, Trangdai 3131
From the trapline to the library: Alaskan oral history origins. Russell, Robyn 430
Genesis of the Inter-American Affairs Collection. Williams, James D. 482
Hooked on oral history. Geary, Marilyn L. 1261
I bless the day. Prince, Vida G. 875
I just wanted a Tuesday-Thursday class schedule; what I got changed my life. Dean, Pamela 683
Just asking: capturing memories as a child, student, and historian. Lim, Jason 1058
Lessons and Legacies III: Memory, Memorialization, and Denial. Freund, Alexander Book Review 929
Listening to dreams and stories. Robinette, Jane E. 1283
Living the Story: the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky. Harper, Karen Video Recording Review 1182
Men Like That: a Southern Queer History. Retzloff, Tim Book Review 1061
My community, my history, my practice. Roque Ramirez, Horacio N. 1621
My oral history roots. Davis, Julie 1062
Narrative and experience: illness in the context of an ethnographic interview. Crivos, Marta 908
Never underestimate the power of a bus: my journey to oral history. Freedman, Jean R. 927
One Hundred Years of Stories. Speranza, Rose Sound Recording Review 736
Oral history and the professor: an academic epiphany. Carlton, Patrick W. 918
Oral history beginnings. White, Ethel S. Brief Article 284
Oral history journey. Rothenberg, Susan Gluck 1434
Ordinary Heroes. Dean, Pamela Theater Review 625
Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives. Boyer, Sarah S. 610
Power to Explore: a History of Marshall Space Flight Center 1960-1990. Sturdevant, Rick W. Book Review 1141
Questioning history: personal inquiry and public dialogue. Palevsky, Mary 1549
Reconstructing a community with oral history. Richardson, Darlene 1872
Remembrance of things past: service learning opportunities in U.S. history. Nystrom, Elsa A. 3288
Senator Fong and my start in oral history. Chou, Michaelyn P. Brief Article 297
Silent Heroes: Downed Airmen and the French Underground. Benson, Edward Book Review 720
Surviving the Winter: the Evolution of Quiltmaking in New Mexico. Norman, Deborah Book Review 972
The Burnette Bugle. Burnette, Georgia 1202
The Journey of Navajo Oshley: an Autobiography and Life History. Primm, Alex T. Book Review 903
The painting that became an oral history. Lawson, Mary Sterner 3492
Whispers on the Color Line: Rumor and Race in America. K'Meyer, Tracy E. Book Review 878
Women of Courage: Jewish and Italian Immigrant Women in New York. Levine, Susan Book Review 617

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