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New Additions

		Training School for Wives and Mothers from "The Church in the Southern Black Community" Collection
		the Deliverance by Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow from The "Library of Southern Literature" Collection
		Fight or Buy Bonds: Third Liberty Loans by Howard Chandler Christy from 
		the "North Carolinians and the Great War" Collection
		Portrait of Frederick Douglass from Life and Times of Frederick Douglass from "The 
		North American Slave Narratives" Collection
		Letter from the Robert March Hanes papers from the "North Carolina 
		Experience, Beginnings to 1940"  Collection

DocSouth November, 2007 new additions

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All titles published in November, 2007 are listed below, sorted by author's last name and first name.

          • Lewis, John
            conducted by Walter DeVries and Jack Bass
            Oral History Interview with John Lewis, November 20, 1973. Interview A-0073. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
            John Lewis served as the chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) from 1963 to 1966. In this interview, rich with vivid detail, Lewis outlines his role within the civil rights movement through his participation in the sit-in movement of 1960 in Nashville, the Freedom Rides through Alabama and Mississippi in 1961, the Mississippi Freedom Summer of 1964, the voter registration drive (primarily in Selma, Alabama) in 1965, and the shift towards the politics of black power within SNCC by 1966. Throughout the interview, he situates the activities of SNCC within the civil rights movement more broadly, focusing on issues of leadership, religion, and politics.