David Evans Oral History Interview

April 24, 2004
Oral History #OH0257
Creator(s)
Holland, Thomas; Evans, David
Physical description
0.005 Cubic Feet
Preferred Citation
David Evans Oral History Interview (#OH0257), 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 interviews (2) (April 2004) by his Thomas Holland, his brother-in-law, in Faison, NC, pertaining to David Evans (ca. 1947-2004), a Robeson County, NC educator, from his birth in Elizabeth Town, Bladen County, NC, degree in history from East Carolina University (1966-1972), M.A. in history from Appalachian State University (1973), administrative degree from Pembroke State University, teaching in public school, (ca. 1974-1991), school administration (ca. 1992-1998), history of education in Robeson County, segregation of White, Indian, Black students, Robeson County politics and Lumbee Indian domination of the school board, the economy of the county, school funding. 2 items. 9 p. No audio cassettes; 1 interview description dated 4/27/2004 (8 p. typescript); 1 oral history agreement dated 4/24/2004 (1 p.) Note: Oral history in fulfillment of Dr. LuAnn Jones' History 5135 (Spring 2004) class requirements. Oral History Agreement signed by Thomas Holland 4/27/2004 and David Evans, 4/24/2004. See also related LuAnn Jones Collection #798.3.c.


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Encoded by Nanette Hardison, March 23, 2009

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General note

1947-2004


Key terms
Personal Names
Evans, David
Topical
Education--North Carolina--Robeson County--History
Lumbee Indians--Education
School principals--North Carolina--Robeson County
Segregation in education--North Carolina--Robeson County
Teachers--North Carolina--Robeson County
Places
Robeson County (N.C.)--Economic conditions
Robeson County (N.C.)--Politics and government