Saving the voices from Augusta's past: Fulcher collection
Oral histories of of African American teachers who taught in one room schools in Burke County, Georgia between 1930 and 1955.
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Records the experiences of African-American teachers who taught in one room schools in Burke County, Georgia between 1930 and 1955. Six of the fourteen interviews discuss the role of Jeans supervisors in the schools. Jeans supervisors were funded by the philanthropist Anna Jeans to raise the level of educational opportunities in the South., Digitization funded by the Georgia Humanities Council.
Augusta University, Reese Library