Federal Writers' Project: Slave Narrative Project, Vol. 5, Indiana, Arnold-Woodson
Includes narratives by Adah Isabelle Suggs, Adeline Rose Lennox, Alex Woodson, Amanda Elizabeth Samuels, America Morgan, Amy Elizabeth Patterson, Anderson Whitted, Angie Boyce, Barney Stone, Belle Butler, Betty Guwn, Billy Slaughter, Callie Bracey, Candus Richardson, Carl Boone, Dr. George Washington Buckner, Edna Boysaw, Elizabeth Jones, Ellen Cave, Frank Cooper, George Fortman, George Morrison, George Taylor Burns, George Thompson, George W. Arnold, Professor W. S. Best, Samuel Bell, Harriet Cheatam, Henrietta Jackson, Henry Clay Moorman, Jack Simms, James Childress, Joe Robinson, John Eubanks, John Henry Gibson, John Rudd, John W. Fields, Joseph Mosely, Joseph William Carter, Julia Bowman, Katie Sutton, Lissie Johnson, Matthew Hume, Mittie Blakeley, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith, Mrs. Hockaday, Mrs. Preston, Nancy Whallen, Nathan Jones, Parthena Rollins, Rev. H. H. Edmunds, Rev. Wamble (Womble), Richard Miller, Robert Howard, Robert McKinley, Rosa Barber, Rosaline Rogers, Samuel Watson, Sarah Colbert, Sarah H. Locke, Thomas Ash, Mrs. Mary Crane, Thomas Lewis, William M. Quinn.
Interviews were conducted by Albert Strope, Anna Pritchett, Archie Koritz, Beulah Van Meter, Cecil C. Miller, Emery Turner, Emily Hobson, Estella R. Dodson, Grace Monroe, Harry Jackson, Henrietta Karwowski, Iris L. Cook, Lauana Creel, Robert C. Irvin, Virginia Tulley, Walter R. Harris, William R. Mays, and William Webb Tuttle.
Interviews were conducted in Anderson, Bloomington, Brazil, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Franklin, Gary, Indianapolis, Jeffersonville, Lafayette, Madison, Mitchell, Muncie, New Albany, Noblesville, Rising Sun, Rockville, and South Bend, Indiana.
Portraits of African American ex-slaves from the U.S. Works Progress Administration, Federal Writers' Project slave narratives collections.From Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.