"Connecting Maryland's Past to Louisiana's Present: The Georgetown 272," Louisiana State University Oral History Project

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Title

"Connecting Maryland's Past to Louisiana's Present: The Georgetown 272," Louisiana State University Oral History Project

Subject

African Americans--Louisiana--Biography

Description

"Connecting Maryland's Past to Louisiana's Present: The Georgetown 272" is an oral history project conducted by the T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History at Louisiana State University. Working with Professor Jonathan Earle and Williams Center Director Jennifer Cramer, students at LSU interviewed members of the GU272 descendant community and created a website with text, audio, and visual materials. Student leaders on the project included Hannah Richards and Kaitryana Leinbach. People interviewed for the project include Leroy Baker, Clara Ann Clayton, Tony Clayton, Maxine Crump, Evelyn Georgetown Pugh, Michelle Harrington, Rashaad Jackson, Delores Johnson, Carolyn Morris, Ethel Murphy, Bernadine Poole,  Karran Harper Royal, Melisande Short-Colomb, Debra Tilson, Jessica Tilson, and Mary Williams Wagner.

Creator

T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History, Louisiana State University

Publisher

Louisiana State University

Date

2017

Contributor

Kaitryana M. Leinbach, Hannah N. Richards, Jonathan Earle, Jennifer Cramer

Rights

T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History, Louisiana State University

Format

Website

Language

English

Type

Website

Identifier

GSA393

Website Item Type Metadata

Local URL

https://www.lib.lsu.edu/sites/all/files/oralhistory/presentations/GU272/index.php

Citation

T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History, Louisiana State University, “"Connecting Maryland's Past to Louisiana's Present: The Georgetown 272," Louisiana State University Oral History Project,” Georgetown Slavery Archive, accessed March 29, 2020, http://slaveryarchive.georgetown.edu/items/show/415.