NOTE: Other oral histories available at University Archives and South Carolina Political Collections.
UNPUBLISHED ORAL HISTORY RESOURCES
Berry, Aimee R.
Aimee R. Berry Collection
An Oral History of Neeses, South Carolina
Dennis, Rembert Coney (1915-1992)
Rembert Coney Dennis Oral History
[Mount Pleasant (S.C.)]
Summary of oral history project in Mount Pleasant (S.C.)
Myers, Constance Ashton
Constance Ashton Myers collection, 1973 - 197u
Nealey, Bertha West (1893-1988)
The Legal Committee of the South Carolina NAACP and the struggle
for civil rights in the 1960s
Smith, Henry (1912-2002)
Henry Smith Oral History Interview Transcript
Theus, Margaret J. Gibbs
Margaret J. Gibbs Theus Interview Collection
(1979 - 1983)
Vernon, Amelia Wallace (b.1926)
Finding Aid to the AWV Oral History Collection
(1979 - 1983)
2.5 linear ft. (2 cartons)
(Located at Annex; advance notice required)
Waring, Julius Waties (1880-1968)
Reminiscences of J. Waties Waring
PUBLISHED ORAL HISTORY RESOURCES
Hurmence, Belinda (editor)
Before Freedom, When I Just Can Remember: Twenty-Seven
Oral Histories of Former South Carolina Slaves
I. DeQuincey Newman Institute for Peace and Social Justice
10 Voices: Ten African American Women That Made a Difference
Inabinet, Charles and Judi
Telling It Like It Was
And I'm Glad: an Oral History of Edisto Island
Remembering the Way It Was at Hilton Head, Bluffton, and Daufuskie
Rawick, George P.
The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography (1972)
and Supplements (1977, 1979)
- Volumes 2-17 consist of transcriptions of narratives prepared by the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-38, Works Projects Administration, and deposited in the Library of Congress.... Commonly called WPA slave narratives."
- The American Slave (1972)
South Carolinians interviewed in Series one (Volumes two and three)
- Supplement (1977)
South Carolinians interviewed in Series one (Volume eleven)
- Supplement (1979)
South Carolinians interviewed in Series two (Volume one)
Walker, Melissa (editor)
Country Women Cope With Hard Times: A Collection of Oral Histories
ONLINE ORAL HISTORY RESOURCES
- Federal Writers' Project (S.C.)
Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Part of LC's American Memory Project.
- H-Oralhist Discussion List
Online discussion board devoted to issues and discoveries in oral history.
- Library of Congress
Many materials relating to South Carolina people and history.
- McKissick Museum at USC
- University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Libraries