Browse and Search the Oral Histories
You can see the list of people whose interviews are the basis of this project. You can search and filter the interviewees on the basis of county, gender, age, and decade of interview.
You can use an interactive map to find interviewees by county. On each interviewee's individual page, you can find and read the transcript .pdf of the interview.
The interviews come from several collections, both older and new. In this section you may view the listings by the collection source, or the basic type of interview.
An important part of this project was the development of a subject index for the interviews. You can click category items by Name, County, Years, and Topics. The "Current Search" at the top helps you keep track. The numbers in [ ] after the choices tell you how many results you will find.
You may also type in a search term. The keyword search is very literal, so you will have different results with apple than with apples, for instance.
|About This Site||
|Welcome to the Audio-Video Barn!||
|How to do an Oral History||
This section of the Website gives guidance on how to interview someone.
|Connection to external database||This page is a scratch page for testing contact to an external database. It will now enter php and now leaves php.|
|Test page for a query||Outside php again|
|Processing an Interview||
[img_assist|nid=88592|title=Volunteers are Valuable in Processing Or
With the inception of audio recording, Oral History has regained its place of prominence in the Historical community.
A transcriber will listen to an interview and type it word for word.