University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recordings of a SNCC conference concerning the civil rights movement, including speeches by Foreman and Moses, and spiritual, gospel, and protest songs sung by the SNC Freedom Singers and others
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recordings of "Sing For Freedom: Festival of Negro Folk Music and Freedom Songs", held 7-10 May 1964 at Gammon Theological Center, Old Campus, Atlanta, Ga. The tapes feature workshops on the freedom song repertoire; song leading, taught by African American singers Cordell Reagon, Betty Fikes, and Bernice Johnson Reagon; choir leaders and singers, taught by the Birmingham Movement Choir and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Freedom Singers; songwriting in the freedom movement, taught by African American songwriters Bertha Gober and Matthew Jones, and Anglo-American songwriters Tom Paxton and Phil Ochs; and traditional African American folk music, taught by Bessie Jones, the Georgia Sea Island Singers, Dock Reese, and others. There are also recordings of weekend concerts featuring singers from the South and the North
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Recordings relating to the civil rights movement, including concerts, church services, and interviews with the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Freedom Singers, including African-American singers Charles Sherrod, Charles Jones, Cordell Reagon, and Blanton Hall; and other African-Americans involved in the civil rights movement, including Susie Ann Price, Charles Wingfield, and Dorothy Colton
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Brief Metternichs aus London.--Deutsches Handwerkerlied.--Preussens Todtenmesse, von Theodor Drobisch.--Die deutschen Farben, von Ida von Düringsfeld.--Die Todten an die Lebenden, von F. Freiligrath.--Und das Wort wird Fleisch
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The original deposit of materials is chiefly audio tapes that reflect the Carawans' efforts to document the cultures of various groups of people in the South and elsewhere, beginning in the early 1960s. Included are historically significant speeches, sermons, and musical performances recorded during major civil rights demonstrations and conferences in Nashville, Birmingham, Atlanta, and other southern cities. Featured are Ralph Abernathy, Fred Shuttlesworth, Len Chandler, and the Sea Island Singers. Field recordings of worship meetings, songs, stories, and recollections from Johns Island, S.C., document the African American heritage of the rural South Carolina Low Country. Also included are recordings of interviews with residents of south-central Appalachia concerning problems associated with coal mining and rural poverty and recordings of performances by Appalachian musicians, among them Hazel Dickens. Other items include recordings of remarks and musical performances by ... Read More
University of Michigan Libraries
Eleven stanzas, about Oliver Cromwell
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Collection of broadsides on Civil War topics, mostly pro-Southern