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This collection consists of oral histories recorded by Eugenia Mills Fulcher from 1997-1998. The oral histories were used in Mills’ doctoral thesis, “Dreams Do Come True: How Rural One- and Two-Room Schools Influenced the Lives of African Americans in Burke County, Georgia, 1930- 1955,” defended in 1999 at Georgia Southern University. Materials include recordings on cassette tape and transcripts.
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Eugenia Mills Fulcher, Burke County
African American Studies | History | Social History
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Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections, "Eugenia Mills Fulcher Oral Histories" (1999). Finding Aids. 91.