Ruth Mann Oral History Interview

April 8, 2004
Oral History #OH0250
Creator(s)
Cartwright, Barbara; Mann, Ruth
Physical description
0.015 Cubic Feet, 3 audiocassette, 2 hours, no transcription
Preferred Citation
Ruth Mann Oral History Interview (#OH0250), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Repository
ECU Manuscript Collection
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Oral history interview (4/8/2004) by Barbara Cartwright, in Bath, NC, pertaining to Ruth Mann's life (ca. 1940s-2004) in a Pantego, NC family of teachers and farmers; education, segregation, integration, marriage, children, and move to New York City, NY, education at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College, in Greensboro, NC (1960-1964), civil rights movement, Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King, degree in finance, second degree in education from East Carolina University, teaching career as an African American teacher in Beaufort County, NC in the Pantego Elementary School, Northside High School, church activities. 5 items. 9 p. 3 audio cassettes (3 p.); 1 interview description dated 4/26/2004 (5 p. typescript); 1 oral history agreement dated 4/8/2004 (1 p.) Note: Oral history in fulfillment of Dr. LuAnn Jones' History 5135 (Spring 2004) class requirements. Oral History Agreement signed by Barbara Cartwright, 4/26/2004 and Ruth L. Mann, 4/8/2004. See also related LuAnn Jones Collection #798.3.a.


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Encoded by Nanette Hardison, February 26, 2009

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General note

1940s-2004


Key terms
Personal Names
Mann, Ruth
Topical
African American teachers--North Carolina--Beaufort County
Civil rights movements--United States--20th century
Education--North Carolina