Ella Elizabeth Tyson Harris oral history interview, November 3, 1997

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Ella Elizabeth Tyson Harris oral history interview, November 3, 1997
Interview with Ella Elizabeth Tyson Harris an African American educator in Greenville, N.C. who taught French at C. M. Eppes School (1967-1968), black studies and history at J. H. Rose Senior High School (ca. 1970), and is currently a school administrator at J. H. Rose. Harris discusses her education, her career as an educator, and African American history in Greenville. The interview took place at J. H. Rose High School in Greenville, N.C. Interviewer: Carrie Ruffin. Field notes and critique of the interview also available.
November 03, 1997
Original Format
oral histories
10cm x 6cm
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Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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