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Scope and Content

This collection consists of oral history interviews of people who grew up living on the Ogeechee River and its watershed. The interviews were conducted from 2016-2017 for Phase I of the Ogeechee Project, but the topics span a broad range of time - including family lore and artifacts from Native American settlement and the Colonial Period through today. Materials include photographs and written documents with audio recordings making the bulk of the collection. Materials were originally collected by c.a.s.e. Consulting Services for the Ogeechee Riverkeeper organization.

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Ogeechee River Valley (Ga.) -- History, Ogeechee River Valley (Ga.) -- Social life and customs, Bulloch County (Ga.) -- History, Bryan County (Ga.) -- History, Chatham County (Ga.) -- History, Effingham County (Ga.) -- History


Environmental Sciences | History | Human Geography | Oral History | Physical and Environmental Geography | Social History | Water Resource Management


31 folders (including approximately 7.5 GB of electronic files)

Gift of Simona L. Perry (c.a.s.e. Consulting Services, LLC) on behalf of Ogeechee Riverkeeper, 2016, 2018.

Ogeechee Riverkeeper Oral Histories