Documenting the American South

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The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway

Digitization and Digital History at UNC-Chapel Hill

Operating a Scribe scanner at the CDLA

Operating a Scribe scanner at the CDLA

Carolina Digital Library and Archives

CDLA Digital Production Center

http://cdla.unc.edu/index.html?page=dpctech

Curious about how historic photos and maps become part of an online project? Digitization! The CDLA Digital Production Center is an excellent place to begin in order to understand the technology behind the scenes. Check out the Carolina Digital Library and Archives production center website.

North Carolina Experience

http://docsouth.unc.edu/nc/index.html

"The North Carolina Experience" collects a wide variety of print and manuscript materials that tell the story of the Tar Heel State as seen through representative histories, descriptive accounts, institutional reports, fiction, and other writing. It comprises printed works, images, oral history interviews, and workplace songs.

Oral Histories of the American South

http://docsouth.unc.edu/sohp/

Image for the Civil Rights Section of the Oral Histories of the American South collection

Image for the Civil Rights Section of the Oral Histories of the American South" collection

Southern Oral History Program, Southern Historical Collection

The "Oral Histories of the American South" project consists of over 500 oral history interviews gathered by the Southern Oral History Program (SOHP), digitized by Southern Folklife Collection audio engineers, and published by DocSouth. This project was made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Change in the Mountains

http://www.lib.unc.edu/stories/mountain/

Through a combination or oral histories, photographs and text, this web page tells the story of Madison County, North Carolina, as it navigated the development and change of the last half a century. Listen to members of the community candidly discuss tradition, growth, loss, and balance as you experience the story of change in the North Carolina mountains.