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During the Great Depression, the Federal Writers' Project employed thousands of writers, editors, researchers and clerical workers to document and record the memories and impressions of American communities, with an emphasized voice given to the worker class. Of particular interest among the thousands of interviews were the personal narratives of Southern lay midwives. Their stories reflect a rich legacy of folk belief as well as their perspective on stresses within and from without their communities.