Selected segments, with brief description, notes and descriptive classification: 11 Southern Oral History Program historians carefully analyze each transcript and select particularly salient segments, adding notes and description. Point your mouse at one of the segment times below for a brief description of that segment. Click to go to that point in the transcript. Note: Not all selected segments have these features. [ 00:32:18 - 00:38:31 ] Description of school in a rural mill town [ 00:42:50 - 00:50:28 ] A labor activist's first experience with unionization and labor politics [ 00:52:37 - 00:55:34 ] Description of first job in a southern textile mill at the age of fourteen [ 01:02:29 - 01:04:50 ] Individual decision to walk off the job when faced with a pay cut [ 01:10:52 - 01:14:03 ] Working conditions in a southern textile mill [ 01:18:27 - 01:20:10 ] Working conditions for women in a southern textile mill [ 01:35:59 - 01:41:31 ] Decision to join the labor movement during the Great Depression [ 01:51:40 - 01:54:03 ] The Great Depression and the New Deal as motivating forces for unionization [ 02:09:34 - 02:13:53 ] General strike of 1934 comes to an end in Birmingham, Alabama [ 02:19:57 - 02:22:26 ] Special challenge of organizing domestic workers [ 02:24:38 - 02:30:55 ] Southern labor activist loses job for participation in WTUL convention in D.C.