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Kentucky to Kansas Connections Oral History Project

Project Summary

This is a collection of interviews with descendants of Kentucky African and Americans who were instrumental in the settlement of Nicodemus, Kansas, the only remaining African American western town established after the American Civil War. The collection also includes an Indigenous American migration story. These oral histories also explore feminist histories and more specifically migration histories and connections between Kentucky and Kansas communities. The oral histories illustrate the complexity of intersectional identity in the Heartland communities.

Project Code

ktok


Interviews in this Project (4 Total):

Interview Accession Number: 2017oh221_ktok001
Interviewer: DaMaris Hill
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2017oh222_ktok002
Interviewer: DaMaris Hill
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2017oh223_ktok003
Interviewer: DaMaris Hill
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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Interview Accession Number: 2017oh224_ktok004
Interviewer: DaMaris Hill
Restrictions: No Restrictions
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