Oral history with Septima P. Clark

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Title:
Oral history with Septima P. Clark
Interviewer:
Felkel, Miller
Interviewee:
Clark
Date:
1980-11-20
Description:
Clark recalls what Johns Island was like when she became a teacher at the Promise Land School in 1916. Topics of discussion include transportation, the houses and living conditions on Johns Island, the importance of the Angel Oak tree to African Americans living on Johns Island, and the changes in the Angel Oak from 1916 to 1980.
Collection:
South Carolina Historical Society Oral Histories
Contributing Institution:
South Carolina Historical Society
Media Type:
Oral Histories
Personal or Corporate Subject:
Clark, Septima Poinsette, 1898-1987
Topical Subject:
African American women political activists--Southern States--Biography, African American civil rights workers--Southern States--Biography, African American women teachers--South Carolina--Biography, African Americans--Education--South Carolina--History--20th century, Trees--South Carolina--Johns Island
Geographic Subject:
Johns Island (S.C.)--History--Sources, South Carolina--History--1865--Sources
Language:
English
Shelving Locator:
43/0059
S.C. County:
Charleston County (S.C.)
Internet Media Type:
audio/mpeg
Digitization Specifications:
Mp3 derivative audio created with Audacity software. Archival masters are wav files.
Copyright Status Statement:
Digital resource copyright 2013, The South Carolina Historical Society. All rights reserved. For more information contact The South Carolina Historical Society, 100 Meeting St., Charleston, SC 29405