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Ila Hartsell Dodson talks about working in a South Carolina textile mill.
Dock Hall recalls his laboring life, focusing on his years as a miner.
Bishop John Thomas Moore Jr. describes the conflict between God and the devil in his life and the in life of the African American community in Durham, North Carolina.
North Carolina businessman and politician Lauch Faircloth describes his ascent through both business and politics.
John W. Snipes grew up in an agricultural family during the early twentieth century and worked on a farm, in a cotton mill, and in the timber industry. He offers a unique perspective on various industries, and he describes in vivid detail various aspects of workers' lives and culture.
Robert Riley Sr. describes his thirty-one years at the White Furniture plant in Mebane, North Carolina, a tenure that ended with the plant's closing in 1993.
Frank Gilbert recalls his laboring life in and around Conover, North Carolina.