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Collection Number: 20008

Collection Title: Guy and Candie Carawan Collection, 1955-2010

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Size 22.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately About 18,400 items)
Abstract Candie Anderson and Guy Carawan met as a result of their mutual involvement in the civil rights movement and were married in 1960. The Carawans have been involved in the work of the Highlander Research and Education Center (formerly the Highlander Folk School) in Tennessee, an institution that supports and provides educational resources for progressive social and political causes in the South. 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 ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax; a discussion between Guy Carawan and Studs Terkel; performances by singer-songwriter Mayne Smith and actor-comedian-musician Martin Mull; and recordings of Latin-American, Celtic, Australian, and Hungarian vernacular music. The Addition of 2006 contains audio recordings of musical performances and interviews collected by Guy and Candie Carawan, many of which feature members of the Johns Island, S.C., community. The Addition of 2010 primarily contains materials relating to the Carawan's professional and personal projects in the areas of civil rights, folk music and culture, and social justice. Materials relating to civil rights were collected by Candie Carawan in 1960, when she was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., where she was arrested for participating in a sit-in to protest racial segregation of lunch counters. Also included are materials relating to books, articles, and other writing projects; albums recorded or produced by Guy Carawan; and concerts, lectures, Highlander Center workshops, festivals, conferences, benefits, vacations, reunions, and memorials that the Carawans led or attended. Other files relate to Appalachia, civil rights, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia, among other topics. Highlander files contain workshop materials, printed materials, songbooks and sheet music, memoranda, and correspondence relating to the Carawans' employment and projects there. Sea Islands materials include interview transcripts, articles, and clippings related to the Carawans' 1988 book, Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?; to the Moving Star Hall Singers of Johns Island, S.C.; and to Low Country culture and community issues. Other files include materials relating to conferences, concerts, projects requesting the Carawans' assistance, and the song "We Shall Overcome!" and a related documentary.
Creator Carawan, Guy.



Carawan, Candie.
Language English.
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[Identification of item], in the Guy and Candie Carawan Collection #20008, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Received from Guy and Candie Carawan of New Market, Tenn., in 2002, 2006 (Acc. 100563), and 2010 (Acc. 101469).
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Guy and Candie Carawan, both natives of California, met in 1960 at the Highlander Folk School (now the Highland Research and Education Center) in New Market, Tenn., as participants in the civil rights movement. Married shortly thereafter, the Carawans have since been active as collectors of folklore and folk music, singers, musicians, educators, and socio-political activists. They are best known for their efforts to document and disseminate music associated with the civil rights movement of the 1960s, which resulted in several commercially released recordings and printed music anthologies. They have been involved in a variety of musical traditions and social causes in the South and elsewhere, often in connection with their work at the Highlander Research and Education Center.

Guy Carawan was born 7 July 1927 in Santa Monica, Calif. His mother was originally from South Carolina, his father from North Carolina. While pursuing a degree in mathematics at Occidental College, Carawan studied folklore with Austin Fife and performed folk music. He subsequently completed a master's degree in sociology at the University of California at Los Angeles, where he continued his study of folklore with Wayland Hand. During the early 1950s, Carawan grew interested in incorporating folk music and topical songs into progressive socio-political activism and became involved in the People's Song movement, meeting such activist-musicians as Pete Seeger and Lee Hays. In 1959, he became the director of music at the Highlander Folk School, an institution that provided instruction in social organization and was a meeting place for people interested in the civil rights movement and related causes in the South.

Candie Anderson, also from southern California, became interested in the black civil rights movement while in high school. She attended Pomona College near Los Angeles, but spent her junior year of college at Fisk University, a historically African American institution in Nashville, Tenn. While there, she participated in pro-integration demonstrations led by black students in Nashville. She became acquainted with Guy Carawan during a workshop at the Highlander School.

Candie and Guy Carawan have remained affiliated with the Highlander Center and have been active as musicians and participants in various social movements since the 1960s. They spent several years in the predominantly black community of Johns Island, S.C., where they addressed issues of racial discrimination and rural poverty, particularly through a citizenship education program formulated by the Highlander School. They participated in major civil rights campaigns in Birmingham, Atlanta, and other southern cities. Through workshops at the Highlander Center and elsewhere, they collected variants of African American spirituals and other songs for use in civil rights demonstrations and shared them with other participants. Guy Carawan was largely responsible for introducing the spiritual "We Shall Overcome" to the pro-integration community. The Carawans have also devoted attention to economic and ecological problems in the coal country of Appalachia.

Throughout their careers, the Carawans have sought to document the music and culture of various groups of people with whom they have worked. They have been involved in the production of seventeen documentary recordings and seven films and have written five books, including three anthologies of songs associated with the civil rights movement. Additionally, Guy Carawan has recorded fifteen albums of his own, some involving Candie Carawan and other family members.

Guy and Candie Carawan have two children and reside in Tennessee.

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The 318 open reel tapes that comprise the original deposit of the Guy and Candie Carawan Collection total approximately 250 hours that reflect the Carawans' efforts to document the cultures of various groups of people in the South and elsewhere, beginning in the early 1960s. They include historically significant speeches, sermons, and musical performances recorded during major civil rights demonstrations and conferences in Nashville, Birmingham, Atlanta, and other southern cities. These recordings include master tapes of several documentary albums released on Folkways Records and feature such influential figures as Ralph Abernathy, Fred Shuttlesworth, James Bevel, Len Chandler, the Georgia Sea Island Singers, and Nashville Mayor R. Benjamin West.

Numerous field recordings of worship meetings, songs, stories, and recollections from Johns Island, S.C., document elements of the African American heritage of the rural South Carolina Low Country. Included are complete recordings of all-night Christmas and New Year's watch meetings held in Moving Star Hall, a community praise house, as well as interviews with civic leader and activist Esau Jenkins about socio-economic improvements and efforts to overcome racial discrimination and poverty on Johns Island in the 1950s and 1960s.

Also included are recordings of interviews with residents of south-central Appalachia concerning problems associated with coal mining and rural poverty. Additional recordings contain performances by Appalachian musicians featuring songs that address regional social issues, as well as other Appalachian vernacular music. Among these performers is noted West Virginia bluegrass singer Hazel Dickens. Other items include recordings of remarks and musical performances by ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax; a discussion between Guy Carawan and renowned author and social commentator Studs Terkel; performances by singer-songwriter Mayne Smith, blues singer Mable Hillary, and actor-comedian-musician Martin Mull; and recordings of Latin-American, Celtic, Australian, and Hungarian vernacular music.

The Addition of 2006 contains audio recordings on audiocassette tape and CD of musical performances and interviews collected by Guy and Candie Carawan. Many of the cassettes feature members of the Johns Island, S.C., community, including William Saunders, Janie Hunter, Idell Smalls, and Gerald Mackey.

The Addition of 2010 primarily contains materials relating to the Carawan's professional and personal projects in the areas of civil rights, folk music and culture, and social justice. Materials relating to civil rights were collected by Candie Carawan in 1960, when she was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., where she was arrested for participating in a sit-in to protest racial segregation of lunch counters. Also included are materials relating to books, articles, and other writing projects; albums recorded or produced by Guy Carawan; and concerts, lectures, Highlander Center workshops, festivals, conferences, benefits, vacations, reunions, and memorials that the Carawans led or attended. Other files relate to Appalachia, civil rights, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia, among other topics. Highlander files contain workshop materials, printed materials, songbooks and sheet music, memoranda, and correspondence relating to the Carawans' employment and projects there. Sea Islands materials include interview transcripts, articles, and clippings related to the Carawans' book, Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?; to the Moving Star Hall Singers of Johns Island, S.C.; and to Low Country culture and community issues. Other files include materials relating to conferences, concerts, projects requesting the Carawans' assistance, and the song "We Shall Overcome!" and a related documentary.

Note that through this finding aid, original folder titles and labels on media have been, for the most part, retained.

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114 items.

Highlighted recordings:

FT#3526-3582; 3584-3633; 3636-3640: Recordings made by Guy and Candie Carawan, 1960-1965, of African American religious ceremonies from Saint John's Island, S.C., known as the Christmas Watch and the New Year's Watch, all-night church meetings held on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve in the community's "praise house," in which the congregation would take turns preaching, testifying, shouting, praying, and singing, as moved by the Holy Spirit. The tapes include religious songs, hymns, preaching, and other forms of religious expression. The congregation, of an indeterminate size, was led by Esau Jenkins, John Smalls, and Reverend Grant in the Moving Star Praise House. There are also 13 spirituals from the Sea Islands of South Carolina, recorded in 1960 by unknown performers; 4 tapes of a "preach meeting," 24 January 1965; and interviews for Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, including songs and storytelling, children's songs and stories, religious songs, and edited interviews.

FT#3634-3635: Recording of a Christmas Concert performance, made by Guy and Candie Carawan, at the Progressive Club on Johns Island, S.C., on 23 December 1964. Performers included the Southern Gates, the Travelling Echoes, and the Moving Star Hall Singers, all African American singing groups of South Carolina; Charlie Scott and Deacon Washington, African American singers of South Carolina; and Mable A. Hillery, African American singer of Georgia.

FT-3526: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Conversation as worshippers enter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Amazing Grace"; prayer; "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?"; prayer; "Get Right With God" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Prayer, beginning with the Lord's Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Am I Soldier of the Cross?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching; beginning of "O Lord, Have Mercy" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3527: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "O Lord, Have Mercy" (continued from FT-3526) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching; reading from Matthew ch. 2 and preaching/commentary on this text by Joe Deas; "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Esau Jenkins recognizes Guy and Candie Carawan and makes additional comments #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "At the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3528: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching (continued from FT-3527); "Fix Me, Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching; first several lines of "I'm Going Home"; preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Stand By Me" ("Jesus Knows All About It") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Remarks by Guy Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Remarks by an unidentified speaker #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Help Me to Run This Race" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Preaching by Benjamin Bligen; "Jonah Man" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3529: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Brief remarks; "Come By Here" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching; "Come on in This Ark Now" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Wonder What They're Doing in Heaven Today"; brief remarks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Do Pray for Me"" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3530: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 5 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Do Pray for Me" (continued from FT-3529) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "On Jordan's Stormy Banks" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Unidentified hymn; wordless vocalizing with clapping and stamping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Wordless vocalizing; "O Lord, Have Mercy" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Wordless vocalizing (with occasional statements of "Lord, have mercy," "Thank you, Lord," etc.) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Somebody's Missing" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "O Lord, When You Come" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3531: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 6 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching (continued from FT-3531, track 11); "Fix Me, Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Uncloudy Day" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching by John Smalls; John Smalls announces a recess #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3532: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 7 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "At the Cross"; John Smalls announces that a testifying service will now begin #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I Love Jesus"; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down Body" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony; "See What the End Gonna Be" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee"; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3533: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 8 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Testimony (continued from FT-3532); "Leave It There"; shouting, brief testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Meet Me in Galilee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Brief testimony with vocalizing and shouting; "Reborn Again" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony; "All I Want Is a Little More Faith in Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony; "Am I a Soldier of the Cross?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony; "Somebody's Missing" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony by a woman who is originally from Johns Island but now lives in New York #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3534: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 9 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Steal Away" (singing is in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony; unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I Need Thee Every Hour" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony; "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony with a great deal of vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "There Is Peace in That City" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Testimony; beginning of "My Life Will Be Sweeter" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3535: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 10 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Testimony; "Jesus Knows All About My Troubles" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony with considerable vocalizing, bearing up; "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony with a great deal of shouting, vocalizing, bearing up; "Farther Along" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony; "You'd Better Ride This Train for Jesus"; brief preaching/testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Go Tell It on the Mountain" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "See God's Ark A-Movin'" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Jesus on the Mainline" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3536: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 11 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Testimony/prayer, vocalized #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony, vocalized; "Sun Never Go Down" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood"; prayer and preaching: vocalized; invitation/altar call with singing of an unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Concluding remarks by John Smalls; Guy Carawan announces upcoming music festival; "I'm So Glad That He Knows" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Brief preaching, remarks; Common Doxology ("Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow"); closing prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Worshippers talking on way out, brief singing, stamping, clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3537: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 12 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Worshippers talking on way out, stamping, clapping, vocalizing (continued from FT-3536) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I Will Be All Right" ("I Will Overcome"), sung by small group at Guy Carawan's request #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Something Got a Hold of Me," sung by a small group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3538: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Worshippers entering the hall; "You Don't Know Me," dubbed from a record #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Worshippers entering hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Jesus Knows All About My Trouble," started by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "We Are Hunting for a City," started by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "There's a Rest for the Weary" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"; "I Love Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "I Love Jesus," continued #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Beginning of "Amazing Grace" (spoken recitation by James Mackey) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3539: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Amazing Grace," continued #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Prayer, led by Florence Smalls, with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "And Are We Yet Alive to See Each Other's Face": Spoken recitation; prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Want Jesus to Walk With Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Prayer, including recitation of a few lines from "Evening Shade," with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Get Right With God" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Prayer, including portions of Lord's Prayer, with a great deal of vocalizing, bearing up, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "O Thomas, I am the Man" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3540: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching (continued from FT-3539) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Meet Me in Galilee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching; reading of text from Matthew ch. 2 by Joe Deas #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down a Little While," started by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "At the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Remarks by Esau Jenkins: Jenkins notes presence of Guy Carawan, mentions that Guy Carawan has enabled singers from Moving Star Hall to perform at major concerts and festivals #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3541: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Remarks and preaching by Esau Jenkins, continued from FT-3540 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "At the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Stand By Me" ("Jesus Knows All About It") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Sun Never Go Down," started by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Preaching with a great deal of vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3542: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 5 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching (continued from FT-3541) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Moonlight and Glory," started by John Smalls and Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down Body, Lay Down a Little While," started by Bertha Smith #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Want to Be Like a Child of God" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Preaching": Notes designate this as "Sermon: Intoxicated" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "You Better Mind," started by Bertha Smith #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3543: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 6 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Remarks by John Smalls, continued from FT-3542 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Down at the River, You Can't Help Me to Cross" ("I've Got One More River to Cross") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching by Reverend Travis #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Meet Me in Galilee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching by Willie Williams #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3544: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 7 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching by Willie Williams, continued #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Yonder Ship Mariah, Don't You Want to Go" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I Want to Be Like a Child of God," started by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching by Reverend Grant #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "On That Day" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Preaching, vocalizing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3546: Christmas Watch, 1964, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 9 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Feed Me Jesus"; brief remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Feed Me Jesus" resumes and concludes #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Help Me Drive Old Satan Away," started by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Come on in the Ark," started by Bertha Smith #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "I've Got a Mother Sleeping in the Grave" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3550: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. People talking on way into Moving Star Hall; interview with Betsy Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "When the Bridegroom Comes" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "I am Going to Trust in the Lord," started by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. John Smalls announces that a prayer service (the first portion of the watch meeting) is beginning #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "I Love Jesus," started by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Prayer by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Hear Me, O Grave, on Sunday Morning (Third Day He Rose)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Prayer, with a great deal of vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3551: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Help Me to Run This Race" (song is in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Prayer by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "I'm Gonna Trust in the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3552: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "O Lord, Have Mercy"; "Ask the Watchman How Long" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Man announces, "The old year is past and gone; the new is commenced"; "Ask the Watchman How Long" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Prayer or remarks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "And Are We Yet Alive to See Each Other's Face?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Remarks; Joe Deas reads the text for the preaching service, Revelation chapter 21; preaching by Joe Deas #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Take Up the Cross and Go Home" ("Hold Out for the Last Day") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Brief remarks; "Stand By Me" ("Jesus Knows All About It") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3553: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Fix Me Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "My Garment's Ready," started by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I Got a Mother Sleeping in the Grave" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Some Sweet Day After While" (song is in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Vocalizing by the congregation; "The Sun Don't Never Go Down" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Vocalizing, extemporaneous praise by the congregation; preaching by Reverend Grant #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3554: New Year's Watch, 1964-1965, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 5 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching by Reverend Grant (continued from FT-3553) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "O Jesus, Come by Here" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching, with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Want to Be a Child of God"; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Preaching by Reverend Smith #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3555: New Year's Watch, 1964-1965, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 6 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching by Reverend Smith, continued from FT-3554 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Something Got a Hold of Me"; brief remarks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Come on in the Room" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching by Willie Williams #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"; remarks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "I'll Go If You Want Me to Go" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3556: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 7 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching, with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I Want to Be Like a Child of God" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Hunting for a City," with vigorous shouting #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3557: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 8 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching (continued from FT-3556) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Heard of a City Called Heaven" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "In the Army of the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Reborn Again" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Lay Down Body" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Come on in This Ark Now" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony by Bertha Smith #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3558: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 9 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "And Are We Yet Alive to See Each Other's Face?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "To Get Over" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony continues, segues into an unidentified hymn; wordless vocalizing with stamping, clapping, shouting #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Ananias, Ananias, Tell Me What Kind of Man Jesus Is," with vigorous shouting #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Testimony, with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "My Mind Done Gone" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Steal Away" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "You Know the Storm Is Passing Over" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Testimony by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "I Love Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3559: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 10 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Testimony with shouting, vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I am Some Mother's Child" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony; "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior"; testimony, with vocalizing, stamping, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Oh, When I Come to the End of My Journey" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Through Many Dangers, Toils, and Snares" (verse from "Amazing Grace") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "(Give Me That) Old Time Religion" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Testimony, with shouting, vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Well, Well, Well, Meet Me Jesus (Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Testimony; beginning of an unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3560: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 11 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "I'll Go With Him All the Way (Where He Leads Me, I Will Follow)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Jacob's Ladder" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Jesus on the Main Line" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony; "John on the Island" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching or testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Jonah Man," started by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Brief testimony; "I Need Thee Every Hour" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Testimony; brief portion of an unidentified hymn; testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee": Spoken recitation; prayer incorporating verses from several other hymns #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3561: New Year's Watch, 1964-65, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 12 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Prayer (continued from FT-3560) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Brief remarks by Guy Carawan; remarks/preaching; Common Doxology ("Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow"); brief prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Amen" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. People talking on way out of hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Unidentified song sung by a small group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. More singing of the same song as in track 6 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. More singing of the same song as in the previous two tracks; another unidentified song sung by a small group #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. People talking on way out of hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Unidentified song sung by a small group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Michael, Row," sung by a small group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. People talking on way out of hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Talk About a Good Time," sung by a small group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "See What the End Gonna Be," sung by a small group of people; people talking on way out of hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3562: Preach meeting, 24 January 1965, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Lift Him Up" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Prayer, beginning with a version of the Lord's Prayer, by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Soldiers of the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Opening remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "If You Pray Right, Heaven Belongs to You" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Joe Deas reads Luke ch. 19, preaches on this text and related subject matter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "There Is Peace in That City" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "I Done Done What You Told Me to Do" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3563: Preach meeting, Moving Star Hall, 24 January 1965, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Amazing Grace" (song is in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "All I Want, a Little More Faith in Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching by Rufus Brown #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3565: Preach meeting, 24 January 1965, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.; Tape 4 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Preaching by Benjamin Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Real, Real, Jesus Is Real to Me"; "See God's Ark a-Moving" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Remarks by Guy Carawan; Carawan introduces several guests #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Brief remarks by Guy Carawan's friends and clergyman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Remarks by Guy Carawan; Joe Deas announces that the meeting will conclude #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Common Doxology ("Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Benediction/closing prayer by James Mackey; people talking on way out #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3566: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- Audio is very distorted because of chemical disintegration of the tape. Much of the content is entirely unintelligible. Therefore, it is impossible to identify most of the tracks with any specificity. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Testimony; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2-6. Unintelligible: Includes testifying, singing, and possibly preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Look at the People Standing at the Judgment" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Preaching by Joe Deas #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "God Be With You Till We Meet Again" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Benediction; unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3567: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- Much of the audio is very distorted because of chemical disintegration of the original tape. Some of the content is unintelligible. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching or testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Somebody's Missing" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Very distorted, unintelligible #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Brief preaching or remarks; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Preaching; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Testimony; singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3568: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- Some of the content of this recording is distorted because of chemical disintegration of the original tape, but the audio quality generally is better than that of FT-3567 or FT-3566. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Testimony; "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer, testimony; "I Want Jesus to Walk With Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "All I Want, a Little More Faith in Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "I Know You're Tired; Sit Down and Rest a Little While" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Unidentified hymn; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony, with a great deal of bearing up; "See God's Ark a-Moving" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Testimony and prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "That's All Right" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Testimony, with a great deal of vocalizing and bearing up; "John on the Island of Patmos" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Testimony and prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "Steal Away" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3569: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Brief testimony; "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Motherless Children Have a Hard Time" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony; "Lay Down Body" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Fix My Feet for the Journey" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Testimony; "I Know the Lord Will Answer Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Brief testimony; beginning of "Where Shall I Be When the First Trumpet Sounds?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3570: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 5 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Moonlight and Glory" (singing is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks by Esau Jenkins; worshippers conversing with one another #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Lead Me to the Rock, Higher and High" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Testimony #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3571: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 6 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Brief remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Servant of God, Well Done" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "He's All Right" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "He Never, Ever Left Me Alone" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3572: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 7 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Conclusion of "Just a Little Talk With Jesus Makes It Right" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "O Lord, Have Mercy" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Farther Along" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Somebody Pray" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Remarks by John Smalls; "Do Pray for Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3573: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 8 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "In the Army of the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching with vocalizing, harmonizing, stamping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "I Love Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Remarks/preaching by John Smalls; preaching by another speaker; preaching by a third speaker #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3574: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 9 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" (is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks by John Smalls; preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3575: Watch Meeting, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 10 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Unidentified hymn (singing is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Remarks by John Smalls, who introduces several speakers; preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3576: Watch Meeting, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 11 of 12 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I Want to Be a Child of God"; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I am Going to Trust in the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "And Must I Be for Judgment Born?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "My Life Will Be Sweeter Some Day" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3578: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 5 (originally 7 of 12) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Unidentified hymn (singing is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "My Awful Day Will Surely Come" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching, with a great deal of responding, vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "I Want to Be a Child of God" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching, with a great deal of vocalizing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Lord, Have Mercy on Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3579: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 5 (originally 6 of 12) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Somebody's Missing" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "In the Army of the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Preaching; beginning of "Servant of God, Well Done" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3580: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 5 (originally 5 of 12) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "My Life Will Be Sweeter Someday" (singing is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Preaching by Joe Deas; Deas reads text from Matthew chapter 2, discusses it #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Somebody Pray" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Somebody's Missing" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3581: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 5 (originally 4 of 12) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "If King Jesus Holds My Hand, I Will Go" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say"; wordless vocalizing with stamping and clapping #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Jesus, Lover of My Soul" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "All These People Are Jesus' People" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Preaching #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3582: Christmas Watch, 1963, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 5 of 5 (originally 3 of 12) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. People talking on their way into the hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "At the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "All Things Are Possible If You Only Believe" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "I'm Going to Trust in the Lord" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Brief remarks; "Feed Me, Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Unidentified hymn (tune: "Mear") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Prayer, with vocalizing, bearing up #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3583: Christmas Watch, 1961. Seems that Esau Jenkins makes reference to 1960 in track 1, Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Remarks by Esau Jenkins: Jenkins introduces Guy Carawan and Candie Anderson #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks by Guy Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "I Will Overcome": Guy Carawan starts and leads the singing, congregation joins in #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3584: Christmas Watch, 1961, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 2 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "When I Rise" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "We're Gonna Have a Good Time" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Come From a Distance" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Wonder Where My Mind" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Telegram" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Ride On" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Reborn Again" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3585: Christmas Watch, 1961 (1962?: Documentation gives date as 1961, but tape box says 1962}, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 3 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Apparently an excerpt from a concert by musicians involved in the black civil rights movement (not a part of the Christmas Watch): Guy Carawan introduces several musicians; one of them makes brief remarks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. (Material from Christmas Watch begins here): "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Preaching by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "No Harm" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Prayer by Betsy Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "My Life Will Be Sweeter" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Write My Mother's Name" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Preaching by Joe Deas; reading of text from Matthew ch. 2 and discussion thereof by Joe Deas #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Remarks: John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Sign My Name": Started by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3586: Christmas Watch, 1961, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 4 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Brief dialogue involving Guy Carawan and at least one or two other people, seemingly unrelated to Christmas Watch #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Hold Out Till the Last Day (Take Up Your Cross and Follow On)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Hold Out Till the Last Day (Take Up Your Cross and Follow On)" (again) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down Body"; commentary on singing of Moving Star Hall worshippers and its socio-cultural significance by Esau Jenkins, overdubbed (superimposed) over singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Testifying #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Jesus Knows All About My Trouble"; commentary on singing of Moving Star Hall worshippers and its socio-cultural significance by Esau Jenkins, overdubbed (superimposed) over singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Unidentified hymn (tune: "Martyrdom," a.k.a. "Avon") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Brief remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Remarks by Esau Jenkins; Jenkins introduces Highlander Folk School founder Myles Horton and Guy and Candie Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Remarks by Guy Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Remarks by Myles Horton #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Reborn Again" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3587: This recording includes field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., and apparently also excerpts from an LP containing material related to the civil rights movement: Tape 1 of 2 containing material from interview with Doris, Carol, and Johnny (see track 1) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy and Candie Carawan interview young people from Johns Island named Doris, Carol, and Johnny: Discussion of school, work, cultural and recreational activities of young people on Johns Island #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "I Want Jesus to Walk With Me": Singer is not identified, but probably is one of the young people interviewed in track 1 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "I'm Waiting for My Child to Come Home": Sung by two people, probably two of the young people interviewed in track 1 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4-12. Apparently selections from an LP documenting the black civil rights movement, primarily in Greenwood, Miss. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3588: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Willis and Laura Rivers in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Near the Cross": Sung by Laura Rivers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix interview Willis and Laura Rivers (continued from FT-3589) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3589: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Willis and Laura Rivers in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix interview Willis and Laura Rivers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "At the Cross": Sung by Laura Rivers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Interview continues from track 1 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3590: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with James Mackey (born 1898, according to Mackey in this interview) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix interview James Mackey (continued from FT-3591) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer spoken by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "This Little Light of Mine": Sung by James Mackey #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3591: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with James Mackey (b. 1898) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan, assisted by Roger Phenix, interviews James Mackey: Mackey discusses various aspects of his life and community life on Johns Island: childhood, family, work, economy, transportation, recreation, religion, beliefs about paranormal phenomena, folk medicine, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3592: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Doris, Carol, and Johnny, apparently in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 (see FT-3587) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy and Candie Carawan, with assistance from one or two other people, interview Doris, Carol, and Johnny about various aspects of their lives as young people on Johns Island; discussion of blues music near the end of this portion of the interview leads to performance of several blues songs in subsequent tracks #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "High Heeled Sneakers": Evidently sung by Johnny and either Carol or Doris, with Roger Phenix, a colleague of the Carawans, playing guitar; some talking among participants #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Blues song sung by Johnny with guitar accompaniment by Roger Phenix #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Blues song sung by Johnny with guitar accompaniment by Roger Phenix #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Unidentified soul/rhythm-and-blues song sung without accompaniment, evidently by Doris and Carol #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Unidentified soul/rhythm-and-blues song sung without accompaniment by Doris and Carol #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)," sung without accompaniment, evidently by Doris and Carol #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3593: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Mary Pinckney in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- On this recording, Mary Pinckney recites or sings texts of songs for Guy Carawan for purposes of documentation. The songs whose texts are spoken or sung are listed below. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. "Fix Me Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Well, Well, Well, Meet Me Jesus; Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Row, Michael, Row" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down Body" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Sign My Name" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "No Harm" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Know You're Tired (Sit Down and Rest a Little While)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. One of several songs known as "John" songs: "John on the Island" or "John Can Write and John Can Read" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Meet Me in Galilee" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Little David, Play on Your Harp" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Jonah Man" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3594: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Mary Pinckney in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- As on FT-3593, Mary Pinckney sings songs or portions thereof for Guy Carawan for purposes of documentation. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "When I Rise" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "The Storm Is Passing Over, Hallelujah" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Interview with Mary Pinckney (age 25 as of this recording: Pinckney discusses various aspects of her life, community life, family, work, upbringing, music, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3595: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie Hunter and Loretta (last name unknown), including songs sung without accompaniment, in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Unidentified song (singing is already in progress when recording begins) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Interview: Courting customs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Interview: Riddles, rhymes #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Interview: Various rhymes, riddles, excerpts from songs; excerpts from and discussion of "Shoot Turkey"; excerpts from and discussion of "Old Lady From Booster" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Water My Flowers" and discussion thereof #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Honey and a One-Cent Herring" and discussion thereof #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Further discussion of "Honey and a One-Cent Herring": One of the subjects of the interview clarifies the text #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Little Brown Brother": Clarification and discussion of the text #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Interview: Further discussion about courting customs, dancing, music #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Several children's songs, singing games, and discussions thereof; a testimony typical of those presented during meetings at Moving Star Hall; more singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3596: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie Hunter and Loretta (last name unknown) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life. Janie and Loretta provide Guy Carawan with the texts of a number of songs, either by singing or by speaking: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix begin interview with Janie and Loretta: Brief conversation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Going Savannah River" and discussion thereof #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Well, Well, Well, Meet Me Jesus (Jesus Is Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Fix Me Jesus" and discussion thereof #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Sinner, You Oughta Been There" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Discussion of "Lord, I Need You Now" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Shall Not Remove" (variant of "I Shall Not Be Moved"), incorporating portions of "Yonder Ship Mariah" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Down On Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Row, Michael, Row" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Jonah Man" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Honey in the Rock" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "John on the Island" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Ezekiel in the Valley" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "Motherless Child"; "I Know the Lord Got His Hands on Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "Lead Me to the Rock (Higher and High)" (variant of "Lead Me to the Rock That Is Higher Than I"); "My God Is a Rock in a Weary Land"; discussion of these two selections #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "Old Ship of Zion"; brief discussion of "Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
17. "One More River to Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
18. "John Henry" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
19. "The Titanic (It Was Sad When the Great Ship Went Down)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
20. "No Harm (The World Can't Do You No Harm)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
21. "Lord, in the Morning, Thou Shalt Hear" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
22. Beginning of "Gonna Be a Time" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3597: This might be another field recording from Johns Island, S.C., or it might be a field recording featuring African American residents of Hilton Head Island, S.C.; some selections are sung by a small group of singers, others by only one or two singers #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Going Savannah River": Sung by small group #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Been in the Storm So Long": Sung by small group #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Free at Last": Sung by small group #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Well, Well, Well, Meet Me Jesus (Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed)": Sung by one woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Motherless Child": Sung by two women #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Brief remarks by one woman; "I am Hunting for a City": Sung by one woman; "In This Army of the Lord": Sung by two women #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Brief discussion between two women. Seems to be about race relations #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Oh, It Is a Happy Day When Jesus Washed My Sins Away": Sung by one woman, with another woman talking and singing along quietly in background #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Brief discussion between two women. One seems to be giving the other directions or describing the location of a particular place #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
-- Tracks 10 through 13 seem to have been recorded during a concert performance by the Moving Star Hall Singers (a group selected from among people who frequently worship and sing at Moving Star Hall). The recording was made in a large hall, and an audience applauds between selections. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "My Mind Done Gone" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "My Mind Done Gone". Seems to have been sung as an encore or reprise #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Remarks by Benjamin Bligen on "We Shall Overcome"; singing of "We Shall Overcome" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Remarks by Benjamin Bligen on "See God's Ark A-Moving"; singing of "See God's Ark A-Moving" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3598: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Betsy Pinckney (born 1878, according to Pinckney in this interview) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Mary. Pinckney: Belle Green assists Pinckney in remembering facts about the past but rarely speaks. Pinckney discusses a variety of topics related to her own life history, her family history, and the history of Johns Island in stream-of-consciousness fashion #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3599: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Mary Pinckney, in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 3 of 3 (continued from FT-3594) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy and Candie Carawan and Roger Phenix interview Mary Pinckney: Discussion of the musical heritage of Johns Island, role of music in Pinckney's family, race relations, Christian beliefs about love and forgiveness #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Interview, continued: Discussion of beliefs about paranormal phenomena (ghosts, hags, etc.) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Interview, continued: Ddiscussion of Mary Pinckney's wedding, courting customs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3600: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Betsy Pinckney and Belle Green in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 4 (continued from FT-3598) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Mary Pinckney discusses a variety of topics related to her own life history, her family history, and the history of Johns Island in stream-of-consciousness fashion, with occasional contributions from Belle Green #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3601: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Betsy Pinckney and Belle Green in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 3 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with Mary Pinckney and Belle Green continues from FT-3600 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "In the Morning When I Rise": Sung by Guy Carawan, Mary Pinckney, and Belle Green #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Soldier of the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Interview with Mary Pinckney and Belle Green continues #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Almost Persuaded" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Ups and Downs (All the Way to Heaven)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "When the Saints Go Marching In" (or "When the Saints Are Marching Home") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "O My Brother, Where Shall I Meet You?" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Mary Pinckney delivers a prayer typical of those spoken during meetings at Moving Star Hall. As is often done at Moving Star Hall, she begins the prayer with a paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "All Things Are Possible If You Only Believe" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Prayer spoken by Belle Green #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Let Jesus Lead Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Guitar instrumental, evidently played by Guy Carawan, with clapping from Mary Pinckney and/or Belle Green #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Carawan sings and plays "That's All Right" and Mary Pinckney sings along #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "I Will Be All Right/I Will Overcome" (antecedent of "We Shall Overcome") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
17. Mary Pinckney resumes conversation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3602: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Betsy Pinckney and Belle Green in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 4 of 4 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with Mary Pinckney and Belle Green continues from FT-3603 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "At the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Interview continues #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3603: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Benjamin Bligen (age 40 as of this recording) and Reverend James Grant in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix interview Benjamin Bligen and Reverend Grant: Bligen discusses his youth on Johns Island, farm work, raising a family, socio-economic progress on Johns Island during his lifetime; Reverend Grant discusses similar subject matter, particularly farm work, progress in agriculture and sources of livelihood, singing in Moving Star Hall, folk medicine; Benjamin Bligen resumes discussion of livelihood, farming, fishing, carpentry, other labor-oriented occupations; musical tastes and activities, sacred music, blues #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3604: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Benjamin Bligen and Reverend James Grant in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with Benjamin Bligen and Reverend Grant continues from FT-3603: Discussion of songs sung in Moving Star Hall; the Moving Star Hall Singers' trip to the Newport Folk Festival; folk medicine; folk stories; beliefs about paranormal phenomena: hags, etc.; religious beliefs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3605: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Alice Wine, followed by an interview with Isabel Simmons (age 57 as of this recording, according to this interview), both in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan and Roger Phenix interview Alice Wine: Wine discusses her youth on Johns Island; farming, gardening, fishing, etc.; changes in availability of transportation during her lifetime; beliefs about hags, etc.; further discussion of farming #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Guy Carawan interviews Isabel Simmons: Discussion of her family (the Bligen family); youth on Johns Island; farm work; economic challenges; folk medicine; music; recreation; religious activities; singing in Moving Star Hall, increase in population of white people on Johns Island; her current work as a housekeeper; Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3606: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Isabel Simmons in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with Isabel Simmons, continued: Simmons discusses her role as an usher at Wesley Church; singing at Moving Star Hall, the Bligen family (one of the largest families on Johns Island, the best-represented family in Moving Star Hall); social and economic changes on Johns Island during her lifetime; effects of modern inventions, electrification, etc. on culture of Johns Island; transportation; Joe Bligen (Isabel Simmons's father, who was well known locally for his singing); wedding customs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3607: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie and Willie Hunter (married in 1934) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Janie Hunter: Discussion of her youth on Johns Island and her family; Joe Bligen (Hunter's father, a farmer, fisherman, and a foreman on a local plantation, and a well-known singer at Moving Star Hall); discussion of meeting and courting her husband (Willie Hunter); recreation during her youth: dances, music, stories, rhymes; construction of houses #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Interview with Janie Hunter continues (Candie Carawan and Roger Phenix contribute questions occasionally): Discussion of cooking procedures during her youth, farm work and fishing; prayer meetings and church services, singing in church and Moving Star Hall; raising children; work as a housekeeper; Interview with Willie Hunter: Hunter discusses work in various occupations: farming, construction work, working at a fertilizer plant, etc.; his youth and upbringing; Janie Hunter discusses introduction of electric light; ownership of land on Johns Island, racial distribution of land #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Janie Hunter discusses pre-electrical technology; family budget; recent loss of the Hunters' house to a fire, role of religious faith in responding to this tragedy; recent trip to Newport Folk Festival with Moving Star Hall Singers; Willie and Janie Hunter tell folk stories; Janie Hunter discusses raising cotton; making mattresses out of natural materials; quilting parties; New Year's customs; folk medicine #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3608: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie and Willie Hunter: Tape 2 of 2; material evidently dubbed from an LP (or LPs) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with the Hunters continues from FT-3609: Discussion of folk medicine; beliefs about ghosts, hags, paranormal phenomena, etc.; discoveries of buried money on Johns Island; increase in white population of Johns Island in recent decades; race relations; Janie Hunter discusses having lived and worked in New York briefly; expanded educational opportunities for young people from Johns Island; interest of young people (or lack thereof) in local cultural heritage; a church in New York whose minister and many of whose members are black people from South Carolina; burial customs of former times; role of Moving Star Society in community; worship in Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Material evidently dubbed from an LP: A story about "Farmer Jones"  #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Material evidently dubbed from an LP: Flamenco guitar playing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Material evidently dubbed from an LP: More flamenco guitar playing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3609: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Reverend G.C. Brown in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan (with assistance from Roger Phenix) interviews Reverend Brown: Discussion of various aspects of life on Johns Island during Reverend Brown's tenure (beginning in 1936) as pastor of Wesley Methodist Church; poverty; economic disadvantages; economic progress; farming methods; schools; limited availability of education, improvement in educational opportunities over the years; dietary practices; construction of houses; worship and singing in Moving Star Hall; role of Esau Jenkins in social and economic developments; services at Wesley Church; effects of World War II on local economy; property ownership by black residents; changing racial demographics; race relations; effects of Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3610: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Reverend G.C. Brown in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan (with assistance from Roger Phenix) interviews Reverend Brown: Continued discussion of race relations; limited availability of physicians; folk medicine; folk beliefs in supernatural powers of roots, "hoodoo," etc.; beliefs in ghosts, etc.; tendency of talented young people from Johns Island to move away, especially to New York; further discussion of race relations; increased awareness of race-related social and economic disparity; reactions of Johns Island residents to presence and activities of Guy and Candie Carawan; opposition of some whites to participation of other whites in black civil rights efforts #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Further comments from Reverend Brown about meaning in familiar hymns and spirituals; experiences of Reverend Brown's father and grandmother, both of whom were slaves; brief reflections on Reverend Brown's tenure as a minister on Johns Island #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3611: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interviews with Robert Johnson and William Saunders in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 of interview with Saunders #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Brief excerpt from "Old Man at the Mill": Singer unknown; Guy Carawan interviews Robert Johnson: Johnson discusses his childhood on Johns Island; school, family; Moving Star Society, of which Johnson is president, and its role in the community; economic hardship in years past; economic improvements, especially during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidential administration; property ownership by black residents; recreation (or lack thereof) in past years; upbringing of young people; introduction of radio and television; singing in Moving Star Hall, especially that of Joe Bligen and Levy Green; leadership of Reverend Brown and Esau Jenkins; names of communities/neighborhoods on Johns Island #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Guy Carawan interviews William Saunders: Saunders discusses various aspects of race relations; cruelty toward black people on the part of some police officers; reluctance of some white people who support racial justice to be outspoken on the subject; lack of assertiveness on the part of some African American residents of Johns Island in pursuit of justice; possibility of school integration on Johns Island; fairness and kindness of some law enforcement authorities towards blacks; tendency of some whites to intimidate blacks; efforts on part of some whites to prevent blacks from seeking economic advancement; inconsistency in law enforcement; tendency of young people from Johns Island to move to New York; negative social impact of city life on some young people from Johns Island who have moved away; the Progressive Club, its history and role in the community; moral hypocrisy on part of some black residents; prevalence of illegal distilling of whiskey on Johns Island; professional and financial success of Esau Jenkins #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3612: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with William Saunders in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan (with input from Candie Carawan) interviews William Saunders (with occasional comments from Mrs. Saunders), continued from FT-3611: Discussion of tendency of people to be more active in religion as they grow older; perceived inconsistencies in moral teaching of local churches; young people's recreation; dancing; attitudes of Johns Island residents regarding pregnancies outside of marriage; relationship between religious faith and church membership; rarity of drug use on Johns Island; tendency of some young people who move away from Johns Island to become involved in drug use; frequency of gambling on Johns Island; various aspects of the tendency of young Johns Island natives to move away to cities, especially New York; social and economic effects of this tendency; attitudes of young people towards sacred music traditions of Johns Island; decontextualization of sacred music in concert performances by the Moving Star Hall Singers; unwillingness of many older people to discuss moral and social problems; importance of education, assertiveness in pursuing educational opportunities #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Interview with William Saunders continues: Discussion of Moving Star Hall and young people's participation in it #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3613: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Singing by Janie Hunter, Ruth Bligen, and Mary Pinckney: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

This seems to have been recorded in someone's home (evidently Guy Carawan's home); it is not a concert performance or worship service. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Singers assemble, Guy Carawan arranges microphones, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Do Remember Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen"; "Steal Away" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I've Been in the Storm So Long", brief conversation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "And Are We Yet Alive to See Each Other's Face"; "Amazing Grace" (these two selections are sung to the same tune, "New Britain," without pause; the latter begins after one verse of the former) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Water My Flowers" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3614: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Singing by Janie Hunter, Ruth Bligen, and Mary Pinckney: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- Continuation of FT-3615 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Conclusion of "Honey and a One-Cent Herring" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Discussion about what to sing next: Guy Carawan's comments suggest that this is to be a demonstration recording that will be sent to someone in California; the women are somewhat reluctant to sing blues songs on a recording (because some associate blues with sin) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. One verse of "Louise"; further discussion #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Only Believe": Sung by Ruth Bligen, with some harmonizing by one or both of the other singers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Come on in the Ark": Call-and-response song in which Ruth Bligen sings the "call" portions and the others sing the response: "it's gonna rain" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "He's All Right": Audio is somewhat distorted: Janie Hunter seems to be leading the singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Fix Me, Jesus" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Well, Well, Well, Meet Me, Jesus (Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Little David, Play on Your Harp" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "See Moses, See Caleb (Tell Him to Meet Me)" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Jonah Man" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "What You Gonna Do When Janie Leave You?": Sung by Janie Hunter; "Rock Me, Mama": Sung by one woman (difficult to tell which one) with some input from one or both of the others; one woman laughs but again expresses concern about how her fellow church members might react to the singing of these blues songs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Look at the People Standing at the Judgment" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "Ask the Watchman How Long" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "Amazing Grace" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "Motherless Children Have a Hard Time"; "Sometimes I Wonder How I Get Over"; brief portion of "Row, Michael, Row" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3615: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Joe Deas and Florence Smalls (with input from another woman, evidently Ruth Bligen) in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Amazing Grace": Sung by Florence Smalls and Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Prayer spoken by Florence Smalls; "Amen" (the spiritual of that name): Led by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Joe Deas discusses socio-economic hardship of past years, including details of occupational practices and limited availability and variety of food; socio-economic progress of recent times; belief in God's Providence #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross": Sung by Florence Smalls and Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Another prayer by Florence Smalls, with bearing up by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Joe Deas discusses the origins of Moving Star Hall; services provided by the Moving Star Society; Joe Bligen and Levy Green. Two of the leading singers at Moving Star Hall; use of various talents in worship; farm work; fishing; economy; acquisition of food; economic progress; race relations; folk medicine; food preparation; schools; teachers; participants in worship at Moving Star Hall; possible origins of music sung in Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3616: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Joe Deas in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Interview with Joe Deas: Discussion of fishing procedures; making nets, building boats and carts; economic changes; God's Providence in times of adversity; recreation in past decades; Joe Deas's preaching in Moving Star Hall; fishing; hatred vs. tolerance; reliance of elderly people on government relief programs; limited availability of opportunities for economic advancement during Joe Deas's youth; increased economic opportunities in recent years; importance of maintaining faith in one's later years; beliefs about Guy Carawan's motivations; Joe Deas's grandmother, a Native American and a slave; singing; Joe Deas's knowledge of the Bible; subject matter for sermons; services at Wesley Methodist Church #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3617: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Esau Jenkins in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life. Evidently Tape 2 of 2, companion to FT-3618 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Esau Jenkins discusses quality of housing on Johns Island; jobs and economy; Jenkins's personal and educational background; the influence of Jenkins's decision to make certain that his children were well-educated upon other Johns Island residents #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Tendency of local court system to be unfair to blacks in the past; establishment of the Progressive Club and its role in promoting fairness in the legal system; reactions against Esau Jenkins's social and political activism #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Esau Jenkins's professional background; reluctance of Jenkins's father to antagonize people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Esau Jenkins delivers an introductory commentary about singing in Moving Star Hall and its socio-cultural significance #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior"; prayer and/or preaching, excerpted from a Moving Star Hall worship meeting #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3618: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interviews with Esau Jenkins and John Smalls in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 2 of interview with Esau Jenkins #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Esau Jenkins: Jenkins discusses his early motivations for involvement in community service and activism; tendency of some Johns Island natives who become educated and/or professionally successful to ignore or be embarrassed by their cultural heritage; importance of teaching young people about cultural heritage; positive character traits of older Johns Island residents #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Roger Phenix interviews John Smalls: This is a follow-up from an earlier interview with Smalls conducted by Guy Carawan (FT-3626). Smalls discusses the antecedents, origins, and future prospects of the Progressive Club; John Smalls's work as a stevedore in Charleston; funeral practices prior to the availability of professional undertakers; voter registration; decline in frequency of worship opportunities; folk medicine; beliefs about paranormal phenomena; very brief excerpt from a recorded performance of "This Land Is Your Land" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3620: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Belle Green in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Belle Green: Discussion of Green's late husband, Levy, who was well respected for his singing in Moving Star Hall; role of Moving Star Society in the community; farm work; economic adversity; Cedar Springs Church; Wesley Methodist Church; singing in Moving Star Hall; death of Levy Green #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Belle Green discusses unfairness of white employers towards black employees; the Odd Fellows Hall (no longer in existence); singing at Moving Star Hall; Sanctified Church on Johns Island and its musical practices; testifying at Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3621: Selections apparently dubbed from an LP; field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie Hunter in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Blues guitar instrumental, evidently dubbed from an LP #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "See See Rider", evidently dubbed from an LP #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "You Talk Too Much": Seems to be a newly recorded performance (not a dub) by a guitarist and singer, possibly Roger Phenix #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Motherless Children": Seems to be a newly recorded performance (not a dub); same performer as in track 4 (possibly Roger Phenix) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Hard, Ain't It Hard": Duet sung by two women with guitar and banjo in 1960s "folk revival" style #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Another song by one of the same singers who performed track 6 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Guy Carawan interviews Janie Hunter: Importance of traditional sacred music to Hunter's family; reputations of Joe Bligen (Hunter's father) and Levy Green as singers; discussion of several songs and shouts #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Further discussion of songs, including "Ask the Watchman How Long; " Moving Star Hall; Christmas Watch meetings; prayer meetings held in homes before establishment of Moving Star Hall; various aspects of local religious life; discussion of "Row, Michael, Row; " fishing practices; preparation of fish; discussion of several songs sung in Moving Star Hall; style of singing in Moving Star Hall; tendency of worshippers adapt songs to their distinct style; distinction between "hymns" and "spirituals". Numerous interruptions in the recording occur throughout track 9 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Oh, Babe, It Ain't No Lie": Seems to be another newly recorded performance by the same performer as in tracks 4 and 5 (possibly Roger Phenix) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Johnny Cuckoo": Another newly recorded performance by the performer of tracks 4, 5, and 10, joined here by someone playing a washtub or something similar #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Poor Lazarus": Another newly recorded performance by the performer of tracks 4, 5, 10, and 11. The tape seems to have been warped somewhat (some variability in pitch) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Brief excerpt from "Daniel Prayed", evidently dubbed from an LP #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3622: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Janie Hunter and Mary Pinckney in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Janie Hunter: Hunter tells a folk story about the divergent fortunes of two brothers; brief discussion of several songs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Little Brown Brother": Sung by Janie Hunter; Mary Pinckney seems to join in at a few points #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Where Have You Been, Billy Boy?": Sung by Janie Hunter; Mary Pinckney seems to join in at some points #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Brief discussion of songs #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3623: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interviews with Isabel Simmons and Alice Wine in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 1 of 3 of interview with Alice Wine #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Setting up and testing recording equipment, etc.; small child sings briefly #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Sun Never Go Down": Sung by Isabel Simmons; brief conversation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Been in the Storm So Long": Sung by Isabel Simmons; brief conversation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Lay Down Body": Sung by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Amazing Grace": Sung by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Honey in the Rock": Sung by Alice Wine #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "I Look Down the Road": Ssung by Alice Wine #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Brief discussion of "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize" (or "Hold On, Christian Mourners") "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize" ("Hold On"): Sung by Alice Wine #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Guy Carawan interviews Alice Wine: Wine discusses testimony and prayer in worship; Wine delivers a typical testimony; distinctions between class meetings and worship (preaching, praying, or testifying) meetings; role of Moving Star Society in the community #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3624: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Alice Wine (Tape 2 of 3 continued from FT-3623); interview with Esau Jenkins in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Alice Wine continues discussion of Moving Star Society; importance of good moral conduct and the influence of one's conduct upon one's reputation and spiritual life #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Esau Jenkins discusses typical occupations of worshippers in Moving Star Hall; social and economic adversity; worship in Moving Star Hall as source of motivation to persevere; difficulty of traveling between Johns Island and Charleston years ago and improvements in transportation; boll weevil epidemics; truck farming (vegetable farming); other aspects of occupations and economy; economic improvements resulting from World War II and increased land ownership by blacks; changes in racial demographics on Johns Island; improvements in black voter registration; the Highlander Folk School's citizenship education program; Esau Jenkins's candidacy for the local board of education and its effects; changes in race relations #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Excerpt from meetings at Moving Star Hall (or possibly a service at Wesley Methodist Church at which the minister was not present): unidentified song; remarks by Esau Jenkins. Audio quality and interruptions make remarks difficult to follow; remarks by John Smalls; "Stay on the Battlefield"; remarks/preaching by Esau Jenkins; remarks/preaching by another man; brief excerpts of preaching and singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3625: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Alice Wine in preparation for the writing of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan interviews Alice Wine: Wine discusses farm work; household work; Wine's childhood and family; midwifery; raising children; housekeeping; the Progressive Club; the Moving Star Society; worship at church and Moving Star Hall; relationships between race and employment; sleep habits; voter registration; learning to read; the new Progressive Club building; leadership of Esau Jenkins; social and cultural effects of advances in technology and infrastructure; changes in racial demographics on Johns Island; increased availability of transportation to Charleston #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3626: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C. : Interview with John Smalls (b. 1900) in preparation for Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Guy Carawan (with assistance from Roger Phenix) interviews John Smalls: Smalls discusses his childhood and family; farm work, changes in agriculture on Johns Island during his lifetime; fishing practices; use of chimneys, kerosene lamps; storekeeping; boll weevil epidemic of 1919; work as a stevedore in Charleston; stevedore union in Charleston; Smalls's other work activities: Vegetable farming, work at a fertilizer plant; establishment of Moving Star Society; class meetings/praise meetings held in participants' homes before Moving Star Hall was built; John Smalls's role as sexton of Moving Star Hall; role of Joe Deas as selector of texts for preaching in Moving Star Hall; worship practices at Moving Star Hall; the late Joe Bligen and Levy Green, outstanding singers in Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3627: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Children's songs (many selections are more along the lines of chanted rhymes or "raps" than songs) sung by a group of children, with brief conversations between children and Roger Phenix and Robert Yellin: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Round the Green Apple Tree"; discussion with Roger Phenix; children say that this song is associated with a singing game #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Mary Mack" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Goose Drank Wine" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Little Sally Walker" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Who Took the Cookie"; brief discussion among the children about correct text of song; song resumes #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Mama Lama Kuma Lama, Kuma La Bista". Several stops and starts at beginning #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Bluebird": Brief discussion about having learned this song at school #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Sally Go Round the Sun" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Billy Banana" ("The Name Game Song": Pop song of the early 1960s); children say that they learned this from the radio #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Old Lady From Booster" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Mr. Postman Die" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "London Bridge" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Peas, Beans, Banana Seeds" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "Lazy Mary" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "America" ("My Country, 'Tis of Thee"): Children say that they sing this every morning at school #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "Here We Go Loopty Lou": children say that they learned this at school #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
17. "My Momma Told Me" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
18. Unidentified song #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
19. Unidentified song #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
20. "That's a Lie" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
21. "Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
22. "Doctor, Doctor" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
23. "Rubber Dolly" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
24. "What You Gonna Do" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
25. "Mo and Jo" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
26. "I Got a Sister Named Nat" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3628: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Children's songs, etc., continued from FT-3627: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Several starts and stops, discussion #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Two Lovers"; more starts and stops, discussion, etc. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "What's the Matter With You, Baby" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Interview conducted by Roger Phenix with Yvonne Hunter, Christina Hunter, Rosa Lee Pinckney, Mary Pinckney, Alfreida (last name unknown), Arthur Pinckney, all young school children (lower grades), discussion of school; professional aspirations; songs and singing games; household work; more about learning songs; church; Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "It Ain't Gonna Rain No More"; discussion of children's favorite popular songs and singers; dancing, learning dances #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Oh, Greenfield Roxy" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Further discussion with Roger Phenix and Robert Yellin; Roger Phenix serves cake and ice cream to the children; discussion of eating habits; housework; children ask where Guy Carawan is, Roger Phenix explains that Carawan is participating in the Selma-to-Montgomery civil rights march in Alabama; discussion of living arrangements; swimming; summer recreation; farm work; ghosts #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3629: Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C.: Edited excerpts from miscellaneous interviews (primarily songs and stories) #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Selection from interview with Janie Hunter: Folk story about why crabs' backs turn red when boiled. Recording begins after Hunter has begun telling the story #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Shoot Turkey": Children's song sung and discussed by Benjamin Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Benjamin Bligen discusses a humorous code "language" that he and some of his friends used when they were children; folk rhymes and children's stories #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Reverend James Grant discusses "jack-o-lanterns" (paranormal lights) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Johnny Cuckoo": Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Little Sally Walker": Mary Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Few More Days, My Work Will Be Done": Mary Pinckney and Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Down on Me": Mary Pinckney and Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "I Remember When I Was Very Young": Mary Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Sun Never Go Down": Ruth Bligen with Mary Pinckney and Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Selection from interview with Janie Hunter: Hunter discusses socio-economic progress among African Americans and the role of the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration therein; President Hoover's administration and its shortcomings, as perceived by Janie Hunter; Janie Hunter sings "What More Could Mr. Hoover Do?": Satirical song written and sung by Johns Islanders #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Motherless Child": Mary Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. Selection from interview with Mary Pinckney: Pinckney discusses Michael Brown, an elderly resident of Johns Island; Brown's belief in ghosts #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3630: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Songs (many of them children's songs) and stories #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Row, Michael, Row": Sung by several women (probably Janie Hunter, Mary Pinckney, and possibly Ruth Bligen) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Shoot Turkey": Sung by two women (likely Janie Hunter and Mary Pinckney) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Old Lady From Booster": Sung by two women (likely Janie Hunter and Mary Pinckney) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I'm a Lady From Booster Now" (also known as "Peas, Beans, Banana Seeds"): Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "I Got a Sister Named Nat": Ssung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "What You Gonna Do When Janie Leaves You, Willie?": Sung first by Janie Hunter, then by several children (apparently Janie Hunter's children) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "White Lily Has a Story": Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Candy Store": Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Doctor, Doctor, Can't You Tell?": Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "What's the Matter With You, Baby?": Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Rabbit and Three Letters": Story told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Shoot Turkey": Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Little Sally Walker": Sung by Janie Hunter and several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. "Ain't Gonna Rain No More": Sung by Janie Hunter and one or two other people (possibly children) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "One-Cent Herring": Sung by two women (likely Janie Hunter and Mary Pinckney) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "Shoot Turkey": Sung by several children #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
17. "Little Sally Walker": Seems to be a duplicate of track 14 (might be mixed slightly differently) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
18. "One-Cent Herring": Seems to be a duplicate of track 15 (might be mixed slightly differently) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
19. "Ain't Gonna Rain No More": Sung by Janie Hunter and others (might be a longer and remixed version of track 14) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
20. "The Rabbit and the Cart of Fish": Story told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
21. "Rabbit and Wolf Plant Sweet Potatoes": Story told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3631: Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C.: Labeled "Most likely things Guy has taped or edited off other tapes": Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Down on Me": Sung by Mary Pinckney and the Moving Star Hall Singers. Seems to have been recorded during a concert performance in a relatively large hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Brief remarks on "Reborn Again" by Benjamin Bligen; "Reborn Again" sung by Bligen and the Moving Star Hall Singers. Seems to have been recorded during a concert performance #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Row, Michael, Row": Sung by Janie Hunter and the Moving Star Hall Singers in a concert performance #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Excerpt from an interview with Janie Hunter: Hunter discusses ring games played during her childhood; Janie Hunter sings "Johnny Cuckoo" as an example of a song associated with a ring game #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Old Lady From Booster": Janie Hunter and Mary Pinckney #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Janie Hunter briefly discusses "Old Lady From Booster"; Janie Hunter and one other woman and a group of children sing "Shoot Turkey" (also known as "Shoo, Turkey, Shoo") in call-and-response fashion #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Mr. Postman Die": Sung by several children, then by one girl #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Water My Flowers": Sung by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Story: "The Partridge and the Rabbit": Told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Story: "Jack and Mary and the Devil": Includes singing; told and sung by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. Story: "Rabbit and the Cart of Fish": Told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Story: "Rabbit and Wolf Plant Sweet Potatoes": Told by Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3632: Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C.: Labeled "Most likely things Guy has taped or edited off other tapes": Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Talking 'Bout a Good Time": Benjamin Bligen and the Moving Star Singers, apparently from a concert performance in a relatively large hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "That's All Right": Laura Rivers (someone else joins in quietly in the background occasionally) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Jesus Knows All About My Trouble": From a meeting at Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Remarks by Esau Jenkins about the significance of singing in Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Lay Down Body": Led by Bertha Smith, from a meeting at Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "I'm Going to Climb Up Jacob's Ladder"; prayer spoken by Alice Wine #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Been in the Storm So Long": Mary Pinckney (daughter) and Janie Hunter (mother) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3633: Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C.: Various excerpts from interviews and other material #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Come By Here": Loretta (last name unknown) and Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Excerpt from "Once I Was Going 'Cross London Bridge": Janie Hunter rhyme #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Several riddles: Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Where Have You Been, Billy Boy": Janie Hunter popular song #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Peas Been Hot": Variant of "Pease Porridge Hot": Janie Hunter #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Testing microphones, recording levels, etc.: Various people talking #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Amazing Grace": Sung by a group of people (apparently singers from Moving Star Hall, but this recording seems not to have been recorded during a worship meeting), led by James Mackey, who paraphrases several lines of the text as a preface before singing #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "The Storm Is Passing Over": Sung by a group of people 9possibly Moving Star Hall Singers0, led by Isabel Simmons #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Do Remember Me": Sung by a group of people (possibly Moving Star Hall Singers), led by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "No Harm (The World Can't Do Me No Harm)": Sung by a group of people #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3634: Christmas Concert, Thursday, 23 December (year not indicated, but evidently 1965), Progressive Club, Johns Island, S.C.: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "The Southland Singing"; prayer with music continuing in the background; "The Southland Singing," continued: The Southern Gates (an African American gospel quartet); William Saunders, master of ceremonies, introduces the program #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Twelve Gates to the City" (called "High John" by one of the singers): The Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Blind Barnabas": The Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "I am Waiting for My Child to Come Home": Singer accompanied by a slide/steel guitarist #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "This Little Light of Mine": Caesar Days and Joseph Smith of the Traveling Echoes accompanied by the guitarist who played in track 4 and possibly another musician; Everly Washington introduces another group #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. Singer speaks/sings brief remarks about Vietnam War and the applicability of the Bible; "Sweet Home": Sung by the group introduced by Everly Washington (possibly the "House of God Harmonists" or something similar) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony sung/spoken by a boy (age 12 or 13, according to documentation); "New Born Soul": The group that performed track 6, along with the boy who spoke at the beginning of the song #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Blessed Assurance": Maggie Williams, accompanied by two or three instrumentalists #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Comedy routine, including singing, by comedian Charlie Scott #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water": Mabel Hillery (vocal) and Guy Carawan (guitar) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "See, See Rider" or "C.C. Rider": Mabel Hillery (vocal) and Guy Carawan (guitar) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. "Bring It With You When You Come": Mabel Hillery (vocal) and Guy Carawan (guitar) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Up the Road So Grassy": Mabel Hillery (vocal) and Guy Carawan (guitar) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Remarks by Esau Jenkins: Announces several upcoming events at the Progressive Club and in the Charleston area, expresses appreciation to Guy Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. "Cripple Creek"; "Eyes are Blue, Cheeks are Red"; remarks about life on Johns Island, collecting music from the Sea Islands; introduction of singers from Moving Star Hall by Guy Carawan #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3635: Christmas Concert, Thursday, 23 December 1965, Progressive Club, Johns Island, S.C.; other materials: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

Note: Some of the material on this tape seems to have been recorded in some context other than the Progressive Club Christmas Concert. Some of the Moving Star Hall Singers' selections evidently were recorded during other performances. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. "Down on Me": Moving Star Hall Singers, led by a woman (possibly Isabel Simmons or Janie Hunter) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Remarks about the Moving Star Hall Singers and the significance of their music by Benjamin Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "Drive Old Satan Away": Moving Star Hall Singers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "Been in the Storm So Long": Moving Star Hall Singers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Remember Me"; remarks by a woman (possibly Janie Hunter), humming/vocalizing based on "Remember Me" continues in the background during remarks; "Remember Me," continued: Moving Star Hall Singers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands": Moving Star Hall Singers, led by Ruth Bligen #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Been in the Storm So Long": Moving Star Hall Singers, led by a woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Come on in This Ark Now": Moving Star Hall Singers, led by a woman (possibly Janie Hunter) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. Guy Carawan introduces members of the Moving Star Hall Singers who are members of the Bligen family; comments on performances by Moving Star Hall Singers at Newport Folk Festival, UCLA; introduces Ralph Rinzler, Candie Carawan, "Debbie from New York City" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. "Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life": Several musicians, led by Guy Carawan, with audience participation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Wade in the Water": Caesar Days and one or more other singers, with guitar #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Remarks by William Saunders, master of ceremonies; remarks by the Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Working on a Building": The Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Medley or suite of several gospel songs, beginning with "There's Something on My Mind That's Worrying Me," also including "Put on My Traveling Shoes": The Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. Brief remarks by the Southern Gates; concluding remarks by William Saunders #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
16. "I'll Be Home for Christmas": The Southern Gates #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3636: Tape is designated "Sea Island Spirituals" (13 of them), 1960. Some selections seem to have been recorded during (a) worship meeting(s) in Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C. (repertoire, singing style, style of clapping and stamping, etc. are very similar to those of other Moving Star Hall recordings), but others seem to have been recorded elsewhere on Johns Island or other Sea Islands: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Brief excerpt of preaching; "Stand By Me" ("Jesus Knows All About It"): Likely Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Jesus, My Heavenly Father, I'm Satisfied": Likely Moving Star Hall, Johns Island, S.C. #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "God Is a Rock in a Weary Land": Seems to have been recorded during a worship service somewhere other than Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. "He Didn't Say a Mumbling Word": Sung by an individual woman during an interview with Guy Carawan. Seems not to be any of the people interviewed by Carawan in any of the other recordings in the collection thus far #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. "Wade in the Water": Sung by the same woman who sang track 4; Guy Carawan joins in with both voice and guitar #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "I'm Going Home on the Morning Train": Seems to have been recorded during a worship service somewhere other than Moving Star Hall; the following seems to have been recorded during a social gathering of some kind: Guy Carawan introduces a couple and says that he recently learned that they are good singers #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. "Thou Careless Love for Me": Led by the man of the couple introduced by Guy Carawan at the conclusion of track 6; "I'm a Soldier in This Army of the Lord": Sung by the woman who sang tracks 4 and 5 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. "Ride On, Conquering Jesus": Sung at Guy Carawan's request by the same woman who sang tracks 4, 5, and 7 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Help Me to Run This Race": Seems to have been recorded during a worship service somewhere other than Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3637: "Sea Island Spirituals (13 of them), 1960": Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. "Michael, Row": Seems to have been recorded during a worship meeting or other relatively large gathering, but seems not to have been recorded either in Moving Star Hall or in the context(s) in which tracks 3, 6, and 9 of FT-3636 were recorded #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "Just Get Over in the Heavenly Land": Seems to have been recorded during a worship meeting or similar gathering, but one other than that in which any of the tracks heard thus far on FT-3636 or FT-3637 were recorded #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. "That's All Right": Seems to have been recorded during a worship meeting or other relatively large gathering #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Commentary by Reverend Brewer on the past and present cultural and historical significance of African American spirituals: Seems to have been recorded during a relatively large gathering #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3638: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Interview with Esau Jenkins. Documentation does not indicate when this recorded or whether it is connected with any of the other interviews of Esau Jenkins that are included in this collection. Seems to have been recorded earlier than other interviews with Esau Jenkins; excerpts from (a) meeting(s) at Moving Star Hall #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Esau Jenkins discusses the natural beauty of and natural resources available on Johns Island; diet of Johns Island residents; acquisition of food; demographics of Johns Island; relationships among white planters and black plantation workers; Gullah dialect; road system on Johns Island; "shouting" style of singing and speaking in worship and public perception thereof; Esau Jenkins's parents and childhood; low mobility of most Johns Island residents; Moving Star Hall and roles of Bertha Smith and John Smalls therein; role of John Smalls in the community; more about Moving Star Hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. Excerpts from (a) meeting(s) at Moving Star Hall: testimony by a woman; "Remember Me"; testimonies by two more women; "Jesus Is My Only Friend"; remarks by a man; "Servant of God, Well Done"; remarks by Benjamin Bligen; "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior"; remarks by John Smalls #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. More excerpts from worship at Moving Star Hall: Preaching by Esau Jenkins; remarks by another man; "Only Believe"; Esau Jenkins and others talking, apparently while on their way out of the hall #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3639: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Designated "Esau's Church" in documentation; evidently refers to Wesley Methodist Church on Johns Island, of which Esau Jenkins was a member: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

1. Conclusion of a song; pastor or worship leader (likely Reverend G.C. Brown) introduces Esau Jenkins, who is to make an announcement; Jenkins discusses one or more upcoming events or projects and church and community-related issues. Difficult to understand exactly what he says because of the acoustics of the church and the audio quality of the tape; remarks by another man, evidently Robert Johnson, and further comments by Jenkins #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,

FT-3640: Field recording from Johns Island, S.C.: Designated "Esau's Church" in documentation, evidently refers to Wesley Methodist Church on Johns Island, of which Esau Jenkins was a member: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965."

-- Because of the acoustics of the building in which this tape was recorded and the audio quality of the tape, it is difficult to understand everything that is being said; this seems to have been recorded during a service in which the minister, Reverend G.C. Brown, was absent and Esau Jenkins presided #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
1. Remarks or preaching by a man, likely Robert Johnson; remarks by Esau Jenkins; Jenkins reads ("lines") the text of a hymn, "My Time Is in Thy Hands"; Esau Jenkins reads narrative of Jesus and Nicodemus from Gospel of John, chapter 3 #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
2. "My Time Is in Thy Hands": Sung by congregation (without instrumental accompaniment) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
3. Brief testimony by a woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
4. Unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
5. Brief testimony by another woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
6. "Father, I Stretch My Hand to Thee": First verse only, sung by congregation; tune seems to be "Martyrdom" (a.k.a. "Avon") #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
7. Testimony by a man #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
8. Unidentified hymn; brief testimony by a woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
9. "Amazing Grace": First verse only, sung to a tune other than "New Britain" (the tune most often associated with it) #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
10. Testimony by a woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
11. "Lift Him Up": Sung by congregation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
12. Testimony by a woman; testimony by another woman #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
13. "Just a Little Talk With Jesus Makes It Right": Sung by congregation #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
14. Testimony by a woman; unidentified hymn #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
15. Testimony by a woman. Tape seems to be warped at this point; "Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross" #20008, Series 1. Field recordings from Johns Island, S.C., 1959-1965.,
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140 items.

The original arrangement has been maintained.

Highlighted recordings:

FT#3641-3650 Recordings made by Guy and Candie Carawan, 1960-1965, of African American religious ceremonies from Saint John's Island, S.C., known as the Christmas Watch and the New Year's Watch, all-night church meetings held on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve in the community's "praise house," in which the congregation would take turns preaching, testifying, shouting, praying, and singing, as moved by the Holy Spirit. The tapes include religious songs, hymns, preaching, and other forms of religious expression. The congregation, of an indeterminate size, was led by Esau Jenkins, John Smalls, and Reverend Grant in the Moving Star Praise House. There are also 13 spirituals from the Sea Islands of South Carolina, recorded in 1960 by unknown performers; 4 tapes of a "preach meeting," 24 January 1965; and interviews for Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, including songs and storytelling, children's songs and stories, religious songs, and edited interviews.

FT#3641-3655: Recordings made by Guy and Candie Carawan in Birmingham, Ala., during the height of the civil rights movement in April and May of 1963, of church services and mass meetings at Saint James Baptist Church and the 16th Street Baptist Church, including the African American Birmingham Movement Choir under the direction of Carlton Reece. The Birmingham Movement Choir sang for 40 consecutive nights at mass meetings throughout the city. There is also a recording of a press conference for KPFK, a Birmingham radio station.

FT#3656: Recording made at Tougaloo College in Jackson, Miss., in 1963 by Guy and Candie Carawan of African American civil rights activists James Foreman, Bob Moses, and the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Freedom Singers, including Cordell Reagon, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Rutha Harris, and Charles Neblett. Included are speeches Foreman and Moses, and spiritual, gospel, and protest songs sung by the SNC Freedom Singers and others.

FT#3673-3685: Recordings, made by folk singer Theodore Bikel, 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.

FT#3686: Recording, made by Guy and Candie Carawan, of the Birmingham Movement Choir, an African-American gospel choir active in the civil rights movement. The Birmingham Movement Choir under the direction of Carleton Reece sang for forty consecutive nights at mass meetings held through Birmingham, Ala.

FT#3687-3697: Recordings relating to the civil rights movement, recorded in Greenwood, Miss., and Albany, Ga., Guy and Candie Carawan, and subsequently released as Sing For Freedom on Smithsonian Folkways. Included are 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.

FT#3710-3721: Recordings of gospel concerts in New York, Detroit, Charleston, S.C., and the Sea Islands, S.C., in 1961-1965. Performers include African American spiritual singers McKinley Peebles and Bessie Jones; African American gospel groups, including the Society for the Preservation of Spirituals, the Richardson Family, the Moving Star Singers, and the Freedom Singers; and Anglo-American folklorists and singers Alan Lomax and Guy and Candie Carawan. Also included is an interview of Guy Carawan by sociologist Studs Terkel in January 1964.

FT-3641: Mass meetings held during the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's "Project C," Birmingham, Ala., 15 and 16 April 1963, featuring Reveremd Fred Shuttlesworth #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Meeting at Saint James Baptist Church in Birmingham, 15 April 1963: Singing by a black gospel choir; remarks; recognition of monetary contributions; discussion of use of property bonds as bail for demonstrators who have been jailed; several people who had been jailed comment on their experiences; speaker discusses various aspects of racial discrimination and injustice in Southern society, particularly in Birmingham, and encourages people to persevere in working for civil rights, urges them to remain non-violent #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. Meeting at an Apostolic Overcoming Holiness Church in Birmingham, 16 April 1963: Reveremd Fred Shuttlesworth discusses the cause of freedom for all people and the need to persevere; law enforcement in Birmingham and its relationship with black residents; importance of non-violence in civil rights demonstrations; asks citizens to sign property bonds to bail others out of jail; attorney Clarence Jones makes brief remarks; Reverend Joseph Lowry makes comments about significance of this event and recent developments in Birmingham, including the defeat of "Bull" Connor in the mayoral election; emphasizes that many white people are sympathetic towards the cause of civil rights; Reverend Shuttlesworth encourages people to pray for those in jail; two other attorneys make remarks; choral selection with a female vocal soloist; Reverend Shuttlesworth reads a text from Gospel of Luke and discusses it #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3642: "Old-Time Prayer Meeting" held during the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's "Project C," Birmingham, Ala., 6 May 1963: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Unidentified hymn "lined out" and sung by congregation without instrumental accompaniment; prayer spoken/chanted by a man with singers humming the tune of the previous hymn in the background; several men ask some of those present to leave the church and go to another church to prevent overcrowding and violation of fire safety regulations; speaker encourages mothers whose children are in jail for their participation in the civil rights movement not to worry; discussion about various logistical matters #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3643: "Old-Time Prayer Meeting" held during the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's "Project C," Birmingham, Ala., 6 May 1963: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Unidentified hymn "lined out" and sung a cappella by the congregation; brief remarks; man speaks/chants prayer, beginning with a version of the Lord's Prayer, humming/vocalizing in background; unidentified hymn; prayer with humming/vocalizing in background; unidentified hymn lined out and sung; prayer, beginning with a version of the Lord's Prayer; "This Little Light of Mine"; prayer #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3644: Mass meeting, Birmingham, Ala., date not specified: "Young folks singing, interviews" #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Guy Carawan interviews a black man who has been jailed for his participation in civil rights demonstrations: Man briefly discusses his experience #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around": Sung a cappella by a group of young people #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. "Woke Up This Morning With My Mind Set on Freedom": Sung by a group of young people (young black participants in civil rights activities) with guitar accompaniment (evidently by Guy Carawan) #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
4. "O Freedom": Sung by a group of young people with guitar accompaniment faintly in the background and clapping #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
5. "Ninety-Nine and a Half Won't Do" ("Lord, I'm Running, Trying to Make a Hundred"): Sung by a group of young people #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
6. "We Shall Not Be Moved": Started by Guy Carawan (guitar, vocal); young people join in singing #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
7. "We Shall Overcome": Young people with Guy Carawan #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
8. Guy Carawan briefly interviews a young black boy #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
9. Meeting: Minister speaks about various aspects of the civil rights movement, but the microphone shorts out repeatedly, making the content difficult to follow; minister introduces Guy Carawan #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
10. "Woke Up This Morning With My Mind Set on Freedom": Guy Carawan (banjo, vocal); Carawan introduces Candie Carawan and Mamie Brown #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
11. "We Are Soldiers" (incomplete): Mamie Brown and Guy and Candie Carawan #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3645: Mass meeting held during the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's "Project C," Birmingham, Ala., 28 May 1963: "Reverend Gardner, music" #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Reverend Gardner asks Guy Carawan to sing several more songs so that those who previously did not realize they could participate in the singing can do so #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. "That's All Right": Guy Carawan (guitar, vocal) with audience participation #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. "They Go Wild Over Me"; "We Shall Not Be Moved": Candie Carawan (vocal) and Guy Carawan (guitar and vocal) #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
4. Reverend Gardner discusses the upcoming anniversary of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights; progress in civil rights movement thus far, goals that remain to be met; new mayor has appointed an advisory committee and invited black people to participate; hope that Birmingham Police Department eventually will include black officers; importance of monetary contributions #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
5. "Oh, Freedom": Sung by a small group of singers with organ accompaniment #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
6. Several speakers make remarks, but microphone shorts out frequently #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
7. "Ninety-Nine and a Half Won't Do" ("Lord, I'm Running, Trying to Make a Hundred"): Microphone shorts out frequently #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3646: Mass meeting held during the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's "Project C," Birmingham, Ala., 28 May 1963: Reverend Gardner, music. Seems to be a continuation of FT-3645 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

-- The microphone shorts out frequently throughout this recording, making the content difficult to follow. #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
1. "Amazing Grace": Sung by the audience/congregation with piano #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. Preaching: Chanted #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. Unidentified musical selection performed by male vocal soloist with piano #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
4. Remarks by Reverend Gardner: Mentions that he hopes to have several guest preachers at future meetings #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
5. "We Shall Overcome": Sung by the audience/congregation with piano; people talking on the way out of the meeting, some extemporaneous piano and tambourine playing #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
6. Guy and Candie Carawan testing the tape recorder #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3647: Mass meeting, Birmingham, Ala., date and exact location not specified. Likely sometime in the spring of 1963 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. Man makes brief remarks, says food is available for participants #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. "How Great Thou Art": Played at first on organ, then sung by a male soloist and choir. Audio quality is erratic, microphone shorts out at several points #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. "We Shall Be Changed": Sung by a male soloist and a group of singers (possibly a choir) with organ #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
4. "Never Turn Back": Sung by a female soloist and choir with organ #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
5. Another musical selection, designated "The Love of God" in documentation, but seems to be a setting of the Lord's Prayer for choir and female soloist #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
6. Brief remarks by Reverend Gardner; preaching by another speaker: Discusses God's concern for every aspect of people's lives; encourages everyone, regardless of his or her level of education, to register to vote; encourages everyone to do his or her best in the cause of civil rights #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
7. "We Shall Overcome": Sung by audience/congregation, led by Guy Carawan (guitar, vocal); Bob Zellner leads a verse at Guy Carawan's invitation; organist joins in approximately halfway through the song #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
8. Reverend Gardner announces that a walk is about to begin and everyone assembled is encouraged to participate #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3648: Mass Meeting or excerpts from one or more mass meetings, Birmingham, Ala., date and exact location not specified, likely sometime in the spring of 1963, featuring Martin Luther King and Ralph Abernathy #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. "Surely He's Able to Carry You Through": Cleo Kennedy and the Birmingham Choir, with organ #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. Remarks by Reverend Ralph Abernathy: Abernathy discusses progress that has been made in the civil rights movement in Birmingham in recent weeks; importance of perseverance; encourages people not to worry about children who have been taken to jail, says measures are being taken to ensure their safety; further discussion of jailing of civil rights movement participants; announces a meeting to take place the next day at 16th Street Baptist Church; discusses willingness to suffer for the cause of civil rights #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. "Come on in This House": Choir with female vocal soloist and organ #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
4. Remarks by Martin Luther King Jr: King discusses the historical significance of the civil rights movement in Birmingham; importance of perseverance and unity; jailing of children and other participants in the civil rights movement; importance of non-violence; importance of loving everyone, even one's enemies #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
5. More remarks by Reverend Ralph Abernathy: Some lighthearted comments in response to King's remarks #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3649: Mass meeting at 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, Ala., date not specified, featuring Reverend Charles Billups #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. "Amazing Grace": Sung by a male vocal soloist, choir, and congregation/audience, with a musical introduction by the soloist #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
2. Speaker asks those who have petitions calling for the dismissal of Father Albert Foley from his position as chairman of the Alabama advisory committee of the U.S. civil rights Commission to turn them; discusses objections to statements about Martin Luther King made by Father Foley; asks those positioned in the doorways to find seats or go to meetings at other churches, says fire department will call an end to the meeting if overcrowding is not corrected; discusses arrests of demonstrators, including children; announces that all four churches where mass meetings are taking place are filled to capacity; introduces Reverend Charles Billups; Reverend Billups emphasizes importance of active participation in the civil rights movement #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,
3. Reverend Billups continues remarks: Discusses incident that took place the previous day in which fire and police personnel stopped demonstrators as they were marching last evening, told them they could not proceed, Reverend Billups and demonstrators knelt and prayed, firemen were about to turn fire hoses on the demonstrators, but stopped and eventually allowed the demonstrators to proceed unhindered; Reverend Billups says that this incident reinforced his faith #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3650: Press conference featuring with Martin Luther King, Reverend Ralph Abernathy, and Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Birmingham, Ala., May 1963: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

1. The three speakers address questions asked by reporters from major radio and television networks and American, Canadian, and British periodicals about specific details of negotiations between leaders of the civil rights movement and Birmingham business leaders and public officials, as well as specific developments in the civil rights movement in recent weeks. #20008, Series 2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s.,

FT-3651: Press conference II: King, Shuttlesworth, Abernathy, Birmingham, 6 or 7 May: Reel 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3652: Press conference II: Birmingham jail brutality, students, 6 or 7 May, Young Folks. TAPE BROKEN: Notes from Guy Carawan: Press conference in Birmingham 1963, recorded by Guy Carawan. See 2 related tapes: MC: Reel 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3653: KPFX, Birmingham, Ala. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3654: Freedom Now, Birmingham #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3655: Gospel Choir of Birmingham, Ala. Christian Movement for Human Rights, recorded by Guy Carawan #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3656: SNCC Conference at Tougaloo College, Jackson, MS, 1963, James Foreman, MC: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3657: Tougaloo SNCC conference, Foreman 2: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3658: Bob Moses Part I: Mississippi Project; Notes from Guy Carawan: Narrative from Moses, recorded later at SNCC Conference, three tapes total. Tougaloo in Jackson, recorded in 1963?, MC: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3659: Bob Moses Part II: Mississippi Project: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3660:Bob Moses Part III: About the breakthrough in Greenwood and speculation about future needs and problems in Mississippi: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3661: Tougaloo SNCC conference 1 and 2: Music 1: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3662: Tougaloo SNCC conference: Music II #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3663: SNCC Conference: Singing 1: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3664: SNCC Conference: Singing II: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3665: Mount Beulah, Edwards, Miss.: Sing for Freedom, 7 May 1965 according to flyer. Doc Reese; Notes from Guy Carawan: From workshop at Mount Beulah, 1965. See flyer, MC: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3666: 7 May, Mount Beulah III: Tape 2 of 2 (presumably counterpart to FT-3665) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3667:Atlanta Freedom Material (1): Andy, Dorothy, Bernice #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3668 through FT-3672 evidently contain recordings from the Second Concert, 9 May, from the Mount Beulah, Edwards, Miss., workshop mentioned above (see FT-3665) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3668: Contents of this tape unclear #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3669: 9 May: Second Concert III (part of Mount Beulah workshop recordings) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3670: 9 May: Second Concert IV: Len Chandler, Angeline Butler #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3671: 9 May: Second Concert V #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3672: 9 May: Second Concert VI #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3673 through FT-3678 are labeled Theo Bikel tapes. Evidently, judging from documentation in the file, these tapes contain recordings from the Sing for Freedom Festival of Negro Folk Music and Freedom Songs, 7-10 May 1964 at Gammon Theological Center Old Campus in Atlanta, apparently a predecessor of the Edwards, Miss., event mentioned above. (The flyers for the two events are very similar.) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3673: Theo Bikel Tape 1A #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3674: Theo Bikel Tape 1B #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3675: Theo Bikel Tape 2A #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3676: Theo Bikel Tape 2B #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3677: Theo Bikel Tape 3A #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3678: Theo Bikel Tape 3B #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3679: Evidently more material from the Sing for Freedom Festival in Atlanta, May 1964, 8 May #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3680: 9 May: Second Concert II: Birmingham Choir, Joy Reagan #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3681:8 May: Concert III: Georgia Sea Island Singers. Evidently more material from the Sing for Freedom Festival, Atlanta, 1964 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3682: 8 May: Concert IV: Sea Island Singers, Len Chandler, Cleo Kennedy #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3683: 8 May: Concert V: Cleo Kennedy and Carlton Reese, Theo Bikel #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3684: Contents of tape unclear: Tape box is labeled Sing For Freedom, Reel 2, Edited ... Atlanta Conference ... Brunswick Festival #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3685: From Second Concert: Part Atlanta Conference III: Reel 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3686: Birmingham, 26 and 27 May 1963 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3687: Susie Ann Price: Old woman, street scenes #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3688: Charles Wingfield and Dorothy Cotton: Freedom songs #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3689: More civil rights-related material: Detailed information about specific contents not available #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3690: Front of box is labeled Greenwood Documentary, Miss. Copy (presumably relates to the civil rights movement in Greenwood, Mississippi in 1963 or 1964) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3691: Greenwood Documentary II (presumably a counterpart to FT-3690) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3692: Material for side one of Voices: Old and Young, Albany, Ga. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3693: Material for side two of Voices: Old and Young, Albany, Ga. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3694: WHA 970, Wisconsin Public Radio: Voices: Old and Young, 10 June 1983: Reel 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3695: WHA 970, Wisconsin Public Radio: Voices: Old and Young, 10 June 1983: Reel 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3696: Original spoken parts and miscellaneous. Notes from Guy Carawan: Pulled for Albany LP segments, MC #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3697: Miscellaneous song fragments and interviews #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3698: Moving Star Hall Singers: Easter Festival, Hilton Head, S.C., 16 April 1965 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3699: Hilton Head Festival (dub), Easter, 16 April 1965 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3700: Brunswick Festival II #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3701: Brunswick Festival III #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3702: Brunswick Festival IV #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3703: Brunswick Festival V #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3704: Easter Festival, Johns Island, S.C., 18-29 March (year not indicated) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3705: Easter Fest, Sea Islands, date not indicated. Is marked tape number three, but not clear whether or not it is a counterpart to FT-3704 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3706: Sea Island Folk Festival Concert, 26 October 1963: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3707: Sea Island Folk Festival Concert, 26 October 1963: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3708: Sea Island Folk Festival Concert, 26 October 1963: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3709: Johns Island, Freedom Tea, Progressive Club #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3710: McKinley Peebles and Bessie Jones in New York, 10 November 1961 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3711: Detroit, May 1963 (Possibly Bessie Jones) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3712: Possibly Bessie Jones #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3713: Society for the Preservation of Spirituals, Charleston, S.C. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3714: Guy and Candie Carawan: Easter Festival (no date or location given; part of same series of recordings as FT-3704 and FT-3705?) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3715: Sea Island Festival IV, Johns Island (no year given) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3716: 28 December: #1: Moving Star, Guy, Angie, Freedom Singers, local groups, Yonges, Richard Family: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3717: 28 December: #3: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3718: 28 December: #2: Guy and electric guitar: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3719: Sea Island Festival V #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3720: Guy Carawan interview with Studs Terkel, WFMT Radio, Chicago, 18 January 1964: Reel 2 of 2 (mono dub at 7.5) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3721: Guy Carawan interview with Studs Terkel, WFMT Radio, Chicago: 18 January 1964: Reel 1 of 2 (mono dub at 7.5) #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3722: Len Chandler workshop tapes: #1/2: Carlton Reese, Cleo Kennedy: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3723: Chandler workshop tapes I: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-3724: Chandler workshop tapes II: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9554: Reverend Ralph Abernathy: Road to Freedom, 1962 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9556: Tape of reenacted civil rights scenes: James Bevel and others, 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9557: 1961 Student Conference, 28-31 August: Radical Theology: Joe Matthews: Monday, 46 min., lecture #1; Tuesday, 65 min., lecture #2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9558: Albany: Reel No. 2: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9559: Albany: Reel No. 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9560: First half of LP: Roughed out originals #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9561: Second half of LP: Rough #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9562: Questionable: Nashville Sit-in Story or Albany #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9563: 1964 Atlanta Freedom Song Workshop: Tape 1: Sing for Freedom: Edited Atlanta tapes: Reel 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9564: Sing For Freedom: Atlanta, 1964 or 1965 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9566: Nashville: ABT No. I, 21 May 1960: Courtroom scene #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9567: Nashville: ABT No. 2, 21 May 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9568: Nashville: ABT No. 3, 21 May 1960: Diane, AL 59304 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9569: Nashville Story 1.35 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9570: Clark Memorial Mass meeting #1, 30 May 1960, Ralph Abernathy, speaker #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9571: Clark MemorialNashville, #2, 30 May 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9572: Clark Memorial/Nashville, #3, 30 May 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9573:Clark Memorial/Nashville, #5, 30 May 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9574: Clark Memorial/Nashville #6, 30 May 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9575: Nashville #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9576: Nashville: Fiasco rejects #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9577: Nashville Sit-ins Album, 1960 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9578: Candie Anderson on her Nashville Sit-in Experience #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9579 and FT-9580 evidently are master tapes for the album Birmingham Mass Meeting, 1963 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9579: Birmingham: Side 1 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9580: Birmingham: Side 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9581: Folkways: Birmingham Mass Meeting, Birmingham, Ala., 1963 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9582: Southern Report #2, Gadsden, Ala., 1963: Police brutality #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9583: Mass meeting, Lisman, Ala., Choctow County, July 1965 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9584: Freedom Riders Return to Jackson, 1961: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9585: Freedom Riders Return to Jackson, 1961: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9586: Songs for Freedom Song Book: Freedom Is a Constant Struggle, III: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9587: Songs for Book: Freedom Is a Constant Struggle, IV: Tape 2 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9588: Songs for Book: Freedom Is a Constant Struggle V: Tape 3 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9589: Gaynell Begley, 1972 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9590: Iris Brown #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9591: Front of tape box is labeled Paul Butterfield, In My Own Dream; Wolf, Waters, Diddley, Super Blues; live 1963, 1968 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9592: Jimmy Collier/James Orange I #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9828: Miscellaneous songs, Birmingham civil rights movement #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9829: Mass meeting, Birmingham civil rights movement #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9830: Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9831: Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9832: Student interviews; remarks by Martin Luther King: Second statement at mass meeting; singing; Birmingham civil rights movement #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9833: "Interview with Reverend Charles Billups and others, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 1 of 4" #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9834: Pre-demonstration registration; music, including Dorothy Vails, Birmingham civil rights movement #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9835: Interview with Reverend Charles Billups and others, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 2 of 4 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9836: Interview with Reverend Charles Billups and others, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 3 of 4 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9837: Interview with Reverend Charles Billups and others, Birmingham civil rights movement: Tape 4 of 4 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT 9838: Mass meeting, Birmingham civil rights movement #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9839: Dick Gregory; music; civil rights movement in Greenwood, Miss. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9840: Interview(s), civil rights movement in Greenwood, Miss.: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9841: Interview(s), civil rights movement in Greenwood, Miss.: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9842: Mass meeting, civil rights movement in Greenwood, Miss. #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9843: Greenwood (Mississippi) youth; Tougaloo SNCC conference #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9844: Spirituals: Reverend H.M. Taylor, Columbia, S.C.:: Tape 1 of 3 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9845: "Spirituals -- Reverend H.M. Taylor, Columbia, South Carolina: Tape 2 of 3" #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9846: "Spirituals -- Reverend H.M. Taylor, Columbia, South Carolina: Tape 3 of 3" #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9847: Freedom Rider songs #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9848: KPFK, Birmingham: Parts 2 and 7 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9849: KPFK, Birmingham, Parts 3 and 6 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

FT-9850: KPFK, Birmingham: Parts 4 and 5 #20008, Series: "2. Recordings Related to the Civil Rights Movement and African American music in the American South, 1960s."

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117 items.

The original arrangement has been maintained.

FT-9593: Come All You Coal Miners (original) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9594: Related to coal album, "Come All You Coal Miners" #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9595: Hazel Dickens: Four selections (master recording) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9596: Hazel Dickens ("Come All You Coal Miners") (copy of master recording) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9597: Les Daniels and Martin Mull #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9598: Cleveland Fields, Pikeville, Ky., 1967 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9599: Jesse (could be Jesse Fuller) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9600: Fred Gerlach #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9601: Fred Gerlach #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9602: Earl Gilmore: Side I #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9604: Peter Gott: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9605: Peter Gott: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9606: Mable Hillery singing blues and childrens' songs: Tape 1 of 4 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9608: Mable Hillery: Tape 3 of 4 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9609: Mable Hillery: Tape 4 of 4 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9610: Noel's Tape "A Joyous Noise Unto the Lord": KPFK interview with Mahalia Jackson #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9611: Cleo Kennedy and Carlton Reese #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9612: Alan Lomax/DocK Reese Lecture #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9613: Guy Carawan, 19 May 1963, "Herbert Lee," Ernie Marrs. Recorded by Dave Baller, 1963 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9614: Hamper McBee (rejects) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9615: Carol McComb and Leanne Hinton #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9616: Ed Miller, 1975 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9617: Pam (Ostergren?) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9618: Cleo and Jink Ray, 1967 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9619: Cleo Kennedy and Carlton Reese, Birmingham #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9620: Jay Sewall #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9621: Mayne Smith #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9622: Rosalie Sorrels #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9623: Julie Thompson #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9624: Reverend H.M. Taylor (rejects) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9625: Reverend H.M. Taylor (Rejects) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9626 through FT-9631 are recordings of George Tucker of Beaver, Ky., but it appears that these were recorded at different times and in different contexts. Some of the recordings appear to form series. For instance, FT-9626 and FT-9627 evidently are a pair. #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9626: George Tucker, 1967: Tape 1 of 2. Notes on tape box: Original tapes 1967 at George's home in Beaver, Ky., and at my place, Island Creek, Ky. G.C. #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9627: George Tucker, 1967: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9628: George Tucker, 1972, 17 songs #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9629: George Tucker #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9630: George Tucker (2) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9631: George Tucker, early days (original tapes) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9632: Hollis Watkins at the Augusta Heritage Center, Elkins, W.Va., 16 August 1985 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9633: Hedy West: Side II of tape #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9634: Georgia Sea Islands I #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9636: Georgia Sea Islands III #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9637: Poor Bottom: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9638: Poor Bottom: Tape 2 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9639: Julius Lester's Evening Program, 12 August 1960, "Art and Living," Highlander? #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9640: Australian Songs and Singers: Tape 1 of 2 #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9641: Australian Songs #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9642: Tape for Collecting Project, K. Supove #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9643: Latino music #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9644: Creole: Julie Bidou #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9645: Ed Lange: Paraguayan Harp #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9647: Sea Island Hymns and Spirituals #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9648: Sea Island spirituals, gospel, hymns #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9649: Freedom in the Air, SNCC Records: Side A #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9650: Freedom in the Air, SNCC Records: Side B #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9651: Pre-Master Tape for Folkways FD 5488, Sing for Freedom: Lest We Forget, Volume 3: Side 1 (original) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

FT-9652: Pre-Master Tape for Folkways FD 5488, Sing for Freedom: Side 2 (original) #20008, Series: "3. Recordings Related to Music and Culture in South-central Appalachia and Miscellaneous Other Recordings, 1960s-1980s."

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503).

40 items.

Recordings on audiocassette tape and CD of musical performances and interviews collected by Guy and Candie Carawan. Many of the cassettes feature members of the Johns Island, S.C., community, including William Saunders, Janie Hunter, Idell Smalls, and Gerald Mackey. Interviews may have been used in preparation of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree Of Life, written by the Carawans about the Johns Island, S.C., community in 1988.

Note that titles are chiefly transcribed from labels on the media.

Digital Video Disc DVD-155

The Telling Takes Me Home, A Film by Heather Carawan #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." DVD-155

Features Guy and Candie Carawan, Bernice Johnson Reagon, Nimrod Workman, Florence Reece, and others who have sustained, through singing, the struggles for change in the Deep South, Appalachia, and beyond.

Audiodisc FC-13533

Earl Gilmore: From the depths of my soul, Virginia, 1977 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FC-13533

Audiocassette FS-10340

Interview with Guy and Candie Carawan, Part 1 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10340

Audiocassette FS-10341

Interview with Guy and Candie Carawan, Part 2 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10341

Audiocassette FS-10851

Idell Smalls Interview, 11 September 1988 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10851

Audiocassette FS-10852

Jamie Hunter, 8 April 1983 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10852

Audiocassette FS-10853

Shelva Edith/John Dollo #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10853

Audiocassette FS-10854

Ralph Tefferteller, June 1979 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10854

Ralph Tefferteller (early Highlander staff member, 1934-1938) answers questions about cultural work at Highlander.

Audiocassette FS-10855

Phoebia Bowman #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10855

Phoebia Bowman interview and songs: 3 Stearns songs, 1 song about gas and oil crisis, at Cumberland College.

Audiocassette FS-10856

Pam Stearns #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10856

Audiocassette FS-10857

Doug Yarrow; Walter Brock, Paxton, Si Kahn/Joe and Karen #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10857

Side 1: Clay County Miner; Side 2: Sing The Hymns.

Audiocassette FS-10858

Si Kahn/Thorp #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10858

Audiocassette FS-10859

Buck Maggard #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10859

Audiocassette FS-10860

Ellis Tackett/Hager #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10860

Audiocassette FS-10861

Edith, Doug Shelva, John Arms, Scott Shelva #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10861

Audiocassette FS-10862

Kate Long: Stonewall Jackson Dam Songs, October 1978 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10862

Audiocassette FS-10863

Jean Steffey: 1) Mother 2) Women miners 3) Grandpa #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10863

1) Mama 2) Let Us Unite 3) Forever Missing You.

Audiocassette FS-10864

Delbert and Doreas Jones: Tape 1 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10864

Audiocassette FS-10865

Delbert and Doreas Jones: Tape 2 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10865

Audiocassette FS-10866

Septima Clark, 13 April 1983 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10866

Septima Clark touches on Esau Jenkins's family, improvements on Johns Island, citizenship classes, role of music, Esau Jenkins, Penn Center Gathering, Judge Waring, Mayor Reilly, race discrimination and racism, "We Shall Overcome," and new songs.

Audiocassette FS-10867

Alice Wine, 17 December 1987 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10867

Audiocassette FS-10868

Alice Wine: 3 songs #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10868

Honey In The Rock, Hold On, We Shall Overcome.

Audiocassette FS-10869

Alice Wine/Ruth Bligen #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10869

Honey In The Rock, Hold On, I am So Far From Home, Bring Love Along With You, Drinking of the Wine, I'll Overcome Someday, Honey In The Rock, What A Mighty God We Serve.

Audiocassette FS-10870

We Shall Overcome/John's Island International: Jamie Hunter, Alice Wine, John Small on porch #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10870

Benjamin Bligen, Ginger Group 505-0138, SR 40/41.

Audiocassette FS-10871

Side A: Bill Saunders, 17 May 1988; Side B: Bill Saunders/Senior Citizen Center #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10871

That's All Right, You've Got a Right to the Tree of Life, At The Cross-This Little Light.

Audiocassette FS-10872

Bill Saunders #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10872

Audiocassette FS-10873

Bill Saunders/Emory Campbell, 6 May 1985 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10873

Sea Isle Development. Gage Hall Forum 6 May 1985; forum conclusion.

Audiocassette FS-10874

Bill Saunders, December 1987 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10874

Audiocassette FS-10875

Bill Saunders #2 (end of Bill Jenkins) #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10875

Health Center.

Audiocassette FS-10876

Bill Jenkins, March 1988 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10876

Audiocassette FS-10877

Penn Center Nativity, December 1987 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10877

Audiocassette FS-10878

Side A: Maggie Russell, 19 May 1988, 5 of 5; Side B: David Hunter, 19 May 1988 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10878

Audiocassette FS-10879

Edith Grimball, March 1988 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10879

Audiocassette FS-10880

Gerald Mackey #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10880

Audiocassette FS-10881

Gerald Mackey Tape #2 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10881

Audiocassette FS-10882

Side A: Gerald/For Guy; Side B #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10882

Audiocassette FS-10883

Ethel Grimball and Elaine #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10883

Audiocassette FS-10884

Bernice Robinson #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10884

Audiocassette FS-10885

Maggie Russellm 18 May 1988, 1 and 2 of 5 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10885

Side A: Blank; Side B: Married in 1944, bonding with Susie Seabrook, long discussion of working for white lawyer in Charleston, treatment of African Americans in general, comments on development of Wadmalaw, registration and voting.

Audiocassette FS-10886

Maggie Russell, May 1988 #20008, Series: "Addition of 2006: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life Audiocassettes and Other Audiovisual Materials, 1977-1988 (Acc. 100503)." FS-10886

Interview.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of 2010: Guy and Candie Carawan Papers, 1955-2010 and undated (Acc. 101469).

About 18,000 items.

The Addition of 2010 primarily contains materials relating to Guy and Candie Carawan's professional and personal projects in the areas of civil rights, folk music and culture, and social justice.

Materials relating to civil rights include correspondence, pamphlets, newsletters, conference materials, notes, clippings, and a variety of other materials collected by Candie Carawan, beginning in the spring of 1960, when she spent a semester as an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn. In February 1960, she took part in a sit-in to protest racial segregation of lunch counters in Nashville, Tenn., and was arrested for her participation.

Files on writings contain materials relating to books ( Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, Voices from the Mountains, We Shall Overcome!, Freedom is a Constant Struggle, and Sing for Freedom); articles; and other writing projects by Guy and Candie Carawan, as well as materials relating to albums recorded or produced by Guy Carawan.

The events series contains materials relating to concerts; lectures; Highlander Center workshops, concerts, and other events; festivals; conferences; benefits; vacations; and reunions and memorials that Guy and Candie Carawan led or attended. Also included are materials relating to performances by the Moving Star Hall Singers and the Georgia Sea Island Singers.

Subject files contain materials relating to professional and personal subjects, including Appalachia, civil rights, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia, among other topics. Files about individuals largely contain articles, clippings, and memorial and obituary information, although some contain scattered correspondence and information relating to projects undertaken by or about the individuals. Highlander files relate to the Carawans' employment and projects with the Highlander Research and Education Center, including workshop materials and photographs, printed materials, songbooks and sheet music, and memoranda and correspondence, among other items. Sea Islands materials include interview transcripts, articles, and clippings related to Guy and Candie Carawan's book Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life?, as well as other materials related the Moving Star Hall Singers of Johns Island, S.C., and to Low Country culture and community issues on the Sea Islands, including education, healthcare, and real estate development efforts. Other files include materials relating to conferences, concerts, projects requesting the Carawans' assistance, and the song "We Shall Overcome!" and a related documentary. Correspondence, printed materials, photographs, and biographical materials are also included.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010.

Correspondence, pamphlets, newsletters, conference materials, notes, clippings, and other materials collected by Candie Carawan, beginning in the spring of 1960, when she spent a semester as an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn. In February 1960, she took part in a sit-in to protest racial segregation of lunch counters in Nashville, Tenn., and was arrested for her participation.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Folder 1-3

Fisk University: Correspondence, April-December 1960 and undated #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 1-3

Includes a 19 April 1960 letter from Candie to her parents in Tehran, Iran, describing a march in downtown Nashville, Tenn., in response to the bombing of the house of Alexander Looby, an African American lawyer. The letter describes a confrontation with the mayor of Nashville on the steps of the county court house, and includes related clippings. Also included is a 9 May 1960 letter from Candie to her parents in Tehran describing the integration of lunch counters in Nashville. There are also several letters from Tom Rose, who worked at the Highlander Folk School in 1960, and a letter of support from Edna M. Brown to Candie Carawan, 4 December 1960, in which Brown commends Candie for her work for racial equality and describes her views on race. There is also an undated, unsigned hate mail letter.

Folder 4

Highlander Folk School College Workshop, April-May 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 4

Folder 5

Conference: SNCC, Atlanta, Ga., 14-16 October 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 5

Folder 6

Notes: Sit-ins, Iran, circa 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 6

Folder 7

Nashville, Tenn., arrest court documents and related materials, 1960-1961, 1984 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 7

Letters and legal documents sent to Candie Carawan by Louis Farrell Jr., who represented her following her arrest for participating in the Nashville sit-ins. There are also other items related to the sit-ins, including programs from mass meetings in Nashville.

Folder 8

Student assignments: Literature, 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 8

Folder 9

Fisk material, 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 9

Scattered documents from Fisk University, not related to sit-ins.

Folder 10

Song Sheets: Civil rights, circa 1960s #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 10

Folder 11

Highlander materials: Programs, publications, pamphlets, and clippings, 1945-1961 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 11

Includes legal documents served in August 1959 that label the Highlander Folk School a public nuisance and charge founder Myles Horton with using the school for personal financial gain.

Folder 12

Nashville Sit-In reunion, 1990, 1995 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 12

Folder 13

The Bridge-Builder, unpublished essay by Julius Lester, undated #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 13

A heavily edited short story about a student at an African American university in the South.

Folder 14-18

Civil rights materials, 1955-2010: General #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 14-18

Includes a large quantity of mass mailings, flyers, programs, pamphlets, newsletters, and other printed materials collected by Candie Carawan through her involvement in the civil rights movement. Most items are dated 1960-1961 and come from organizations including the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committe (SNCC), the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), the Nashville Community Relations Conference, and the Fellowship of Reconciliation. Topics include freedom rides, sit-ins, marches, and other protest activities occurring in Nashville, Mississippi, Louisiana, and other locations across the South. Also included is correspondence with the Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project, which selected a letter, 20 October 1960, Candie wrote to King for publication. A copy of the original letter is included.

Oversize Paper OP-20008/1

"An Appeal for Human Rights" poster, undated #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." OP-20008/1

Folder 19

Newspapers: (Sit-ins:) Candie at Fisk, 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 19

Folder 20

Mass Meetings/Other Nashville Gatherings (clippings), 1960, 1984 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 20

Folder 21

Newspapers: Fisk University: The Forum, March-September 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 21

Folder 22

Newspapers: The Peacemaker, August-December 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 22

Folder 22-24

Newspapers: Pomona College: Student Life, February 1960-February 1961 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 22-24

Folder 25

Newspapers: Other college newspapers, March-November 1960 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 25

Folder 26-37

Newspapers: Article index and clippings, 1960-1961 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Candie Carawan Fisk University materials, 1955-2010." Folder 26-37

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Arranged by type of project in the following order: Books, FIPSE writing, articles and pamphlets, albums.

Materials related to books ( Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, Voices from the Mountains, We Shall Overcome!, Freedom is a Constant Struggle, and Sing for Freedom); articles; and other writing projects of Guy and Candie Carawan. The FIPSE writing materials relate to a project by the Carawans, funded by a grant from the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), to retrospectively analyze their own lives and work. The materials also document the Carawans' later unsuccessful efforts to publish the results of the project as an autobiography. Also included are materials relating to albums recorded or produced by Guy Carawan. For additional materials relating to Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, see the subject files series in the Addition of 2010.

Folder 38

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Simon and Schuster materials, 1966-1976 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 38

Correspondence, agreements, financial materials, and catalog.

Folder 39

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Review copy mailing list and response letters, 1967 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 39

Folder 40-41

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Reviews, 1967-1968 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 40-41

Folder 42

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Sing Out article, 1966 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 42

Folder 43

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Controversy and criticism, 1967 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 43

Folder 44

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, first edition: Library photo exhibits, 1969 and undated #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 44

Folder 45

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: University of Georgia Press materials, 1987-1994 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 45

Correspondence, financial materials, and agreements.

Folder 46-48

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: University of Georgia Press catalogs, 1988-2000 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 46-48

Folder 49

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Interviewing and preparing for new edition #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 49

Folder 50

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Preparation for republishing, especially bibliography #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 50

Includes research notes, articles, a preface written by Charles Joyner, and drafts of the Carawans' introduction to the new edition, among other items.

Folder 51

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Photos for reissue #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 51

Contact sheets, negatives, and scattered photographs used in the second edition of Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life. Also contains lists identifying photograph subjects.

Folder 52

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Permissions #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 52

Folder 53

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Reviews and publicity materials, 1989-1995 and undated #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 53

Folder 54

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, second edition: Expenses #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 54

Folder 55

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, general: Attempts at republication, 1976-1979 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 55

Folder 56

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, general: Couto Research #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 56

Folder 57

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, general: Permissions requests #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 57

Projects requesting permission to use material from Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life.

Folder 58

Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, general: Other materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 58

Includes letters relating to the Tree of Life Fund, among other items.

Folder 59

Voices from the Mountains, first edition: Knopf materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 59

Correspondence, agreements, and financial materials, among other items.

Folder 60

Voices from the Mountains, first edition: Permissions #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 60

Folder 61

Voices from the Mountains, first edition: Expenses #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 61

Folder 62

Voices from the Mountains, first edition: Reviews #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 62

Folder 63

Voices from the Mountains, first edition: Letters in response to Voices from the Mountains #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 63

Folder 64-65

Voices from the Mountains, second edition: University of Illinois Press materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 64-65

Correspondence, agreements, and financial materials, among other items.

Folder 66

Voices from the Mountains, second edition: Cover negatives #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 66

Folder 67

Voices from the Mountains, second edition: Permissions #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 67

Folder 68

Voices from the Mountains, second edition: Reviews #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 68

Folder 69

Voices from the Mountains, third edition: University of Georgia Press materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 69

Correspondence, agreements, and financial and publicity materials, among other items.

Folder 70

Voices from the Mountains, general: Attempts at republication, 1980-1995 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 70

Folder 71

Voices from the Mountains, general: Permissions requests #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 71

Projects requesting permission to use material from Voices from the Mountains.

Folder 72

Voices from the Mountains, general: Voices from the Mountains Fund and board #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 72

Distribution of royalties the Carawans earned from the book to Appalachian causes.

Folder 73

Voices from the Mountains, general: Other materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 73

Folder 74

We Shall Overcome! and Freedom is a Constant Struggle, 1964-1979 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 74

Correspondence, reviews, and financial and publicity materials for the books We Shall Overcome! (1963) and Freedom is a Constant Struggle (1968).

Folder 75-77

Sing for Freedom, 1983-1990 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 75-77

Sing for Freedom contains both of the Carawans' earlier publications We Shall Overcome! and Freedom is a Constant Struggle. Materials include reviews, correspondence, financial and publicity materials, and materials relating to the accompanying CD "Been in the Storm So Long."

Folder 78

FIPSE Writing: Introduction: Rough drafts #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 78

Folder 79

FIPSE Writing: Part I, Sea Islands: Interviews #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 79

Folder 80

FIPSE Writing: Part I, Sea Islands: Interview with Frankie and Doug Quimby, 18 May 1984 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 80

Folder 81-83

FIPSE Writing: Part I, Sea Islands: Rough drafts #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 81-83

Folder 84

FIPSE Writing: Part II, Civil Rights: Interviews #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 84

Folder 85-87

FIPSE Writing: Part II, Civil Rights: Rough drafts #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 85-87

Folder 88

FIPSE Writing: Part III, Appalachia: Interviews #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 88

Folder 89-91

FIPSE Writing: Part III, Appalachia: Rough drafts #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 89-91

Folder 92-94

FIPSE Writing: FIPSE notebook #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 92-94

Contents of a binder labeled "FIPSE notebook," including planning materials, notes, drafts, and historical materials documenting the Carawan's lives and work.

Folder 95

FIPSE Writing: Cultural History Project #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 95

Folder 96

FIPSE Writing: Carawan writing about our work #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 96

Folder 97

FIPSE Writing: Feedback on FIPSE manuscript #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 97

Folder 98

FIPSE Writing: Feedback from Myles Horton #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 98

Folder 99

FIPSE Writing: Feedback from Gurney Norman #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 99

Folder 100

FIPSE Writing: History: Cultural work #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 100

Folder 101

FIPSE Writing: Interview notes #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 101

Folder 102

FIPSE Writing: Writing for Guggenheim proposal #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 102

Folder 103

FIPSE Writing: Other materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 103

Drafts, notes, research materials, and attempts at publication.

Folder 104-106

Printed materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 104-106

Published articles and pamphlets written by the Carawans.

Folder 107

"Appalachia: Country Music You Won't Hear from Nashville" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 107

Folder 108

Carry it On: Summer 1994 writing #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 108

Article written for the Mississippi Freedom Summer 30th Anniversary Project.

Folder 109-110

Center for Black Music Research #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 109-110

Materials relating to articles written by the Carawans for the Black Music Research Journal and the Black Music Research Bulletin, as well as general information about the Center for Black Music Research.

Folder 111

Cultural program booklet: Review Draft #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 111

Folder 112

Review of Soon We Will Not Cry: The Liberation of Ruby Smith Robinson by Cynthia Griggs for the NWSA Journal #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 112

Folder 113

Southern Changes article, 1988 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 113

Folder 114

Social Policy article, 1990 #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 114

Folder 115

Article on Bernice Robinson for Black Women in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 115

Folder 116

Article on the Highlander Center for the Encyclopedia of Appalachia (HREC) #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 116

Folder 117-122

Article for Fighting Back in Appalachia, edited by Steve Fisher #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 117-122

Folder 123

Article for Sea Island Families and Society: Testimonies of African Cultural Continuity, edited by Keith Baird and Mary Arnold Twining #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 123

Entitled "Christmas Eve Watch on Johns Island."

Folder 124

Doubleday: Retrieving photos #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 124

Folder 125

How many books have we sold? #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 125

Folder 126

Buying/Selling/Giving: Ain't You Got a Right/Sing for Freedom #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 126

Folder 127

Albums: "Come All You Coal Miners" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 127

Folder 128

Albums: "Green Rocky Road" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 128

Folder 129

Albums: "Jubilee" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 129

Folder 130

Albums: "Sparkles and Shines" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 130

Folder 131

Albums: "The Telling Takes Me Home" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 131

Folder 132

Albums: "Tree of Life" #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 132

Folder 133

Albums: Album covers: General #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 133

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-20008/2

Albums: Album covers: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." OPF-20008/2

A sheet of paper with several of Guy Carawan's CD covers taped to it, large color photocopies of the same set of covers, and color photocopies of other Carawan CD covers.

Folder 134-135

Albums: Civil Rights #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 134-135

Includes liner notes, reviews, song lists, permissions requests, and other materials and relating to civil rights albums produced by Guy Carawan with Folkways Records (later Smithsonian Folkways) and the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

Folder 136

Albums: Voggenreiter #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 136

Folder 137

Albums: Other materials #20008, Subseries: "Addition of 2010: Writings and Albums, 1966-2000 and undated." Folder 137

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Arrangement: Chronological.

Clippings, posters, programs, other printed materials, and scattered planning correspondence. Materials relate to concerts; lectures; Highlander Center workshops, concerts, and other events; festivals; conferences; benefits; vacations; and reunions and memorials that Guy and Candie Carawan led or attended. Also included are materials relating to performances by the Moving Star Hall Singers and the Georgia Sea Island Singers.

Folder 138

Occidental College "The Southwest in Ballad and Folksong" performance, Los Angeles, Calif., 23 March 1956 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 138

Packet of sheet music compiled by Austin E. Fife and performed by Guy Carawan and Frank Hamilton.

Folder 139

World Festival of Youths and Students, Moscow/China tour, 1957 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 139

Includes several photographs of Guy Carawan meeting Chinese premier Chou En-lai, and a letter from the United States Department of State informing Guy Carawan of the revocation of his passport following his tour of Communist China.

Folder 140

Highlander Center "The Place of the White Southerner in the Current Struggle for Justice" workshop, 25-28 May 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 140

Folder 141

Highlander Youth Project, 6 July-16 August 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 141

Folder 142

Highlander Center "Sing for Freedom" music workshop, 28 August-5 September 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 142

Folder 143

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) annual meeting, Shreveport, La., 11-13 October 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 143

Folder 144

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) "Nonviolence and the Achievement of Desegregation" conference, Atlanta, Ga., 14-16 October 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 144

Folder 145

Highlander Center "The Role of the Southern White Student in the Changing South" workshop, 11-13 November 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 145

Folder 146

Cornell University concert, Ithaca, N.Y., December 1960 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 146

Folder 147

Highlander Center benefit concert at Carnegie Hall, New York, N.Y., 10 February 1961 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 147

Folder 148

Fifth Peg concerts, Toronto, Canada, October 1961 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 148

Folder 149

Western Michigan University concerts, 22-23 February 1962 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 149

Folder 150

Knoxville, Tenn., performances, March 1962 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 150

Folder 151

Recording session with Reverend H.M. Taylor, Columbia, S.C., 4 September 1962 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 151

Folder 152

Fort Lewis A&M College concert, Durango, Colo., 14 November 1962 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 152

Folder 153

Ash Alley concerts, Tuscon, Ariz., November-December 1962 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 153

Folder 154

Southeast Neighborhood House benefit performance, Washington, D.C., 16 May 1963 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 154

Folder 155

Sea Island Folk Festival, Johns Island, S.C., 26-28 October 1963 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 155

Folder 156

Johns Island Christmas Festival, 26-27 December 1963 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 156

Folder 157

Johns Island Easter Festival, 28 March 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 157

Folder 158

"Sing for Freedom" Festival, Atlanta, Ga., 7-10 May 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 158

Folder 159

Newport Folk Festival, Newport, R.I., 23-26 July 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 159

Folder 160

Mississippi Caravan of Music, summer 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 160

Folder 161

University of California, San Diego concert, 12 October 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 161

Folder 162

Johns Island Christmas Festival, 28 December 1964 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 162

Folder 163

Sea Island Folk Festival, Brunswick, Ga., 12 March 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 163

Folder 164

Sea Island Folk Festival, Hilton Head, S.C., 16-17 April 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 164

Folder 165

"Sing for Freedom" Festival and workshop, Edwards, Miss., 6-9 May 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 165

Folder 166

UCLA Folk Festival, 14-16 May 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 166

Folder 167

San Francisco State College Folk Music Festival, 17-23 May 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 167

Folder 168

Alaska Festival of Music, 15 June-1 July 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 168

Folder 169

Calvary Presbyterian Church concert, Riverside, Calif., 30 June 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 169

Folder 170

Saint Albans Concert, Queens, N.Y., 20 July 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 170

Folder 171

Jamaica Estates concert, Queens, N.Y., 21 July 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 171

Folder 172

Newport Folk Festival, Newport, R.I., 22-25 July 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 172

Folder 173

Kossuth Hall concert, New York, N.Y., 10 September 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 173

Folder 174

Conference for Southern Community Cultural Revival, Knoxville, Tenn., 1-3 October 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 174

Folder 175

Arlington Street Church performance, Boston, Mass., November 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 175

Folder 176

Mississippi Folk Festivals, August and December 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 176

Folder 177

Johns Island Christmas and New Years Festivals, 23 December 1965 and 2 January 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 177

Folder 178

Freedom Radio event, 14 February 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 178

Folder 179

Orilla Folk Festival, Ontario, Canada, 18-19 February 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 179

Folder 180

United Kingdom concerts tour, March-April 1966: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 180

Oversize Paper OP-20008/5-6

United Kingdom concerts tour, March-April 1966: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/5-6

Folder 181

University of California, San Diego concert, 19 April 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 181

Folder 182

Calvary Presbyterian Church concert, Riverside, Calif., 20 April 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 182

Folder 183

Ash Grove concerts, Los Angeles, Calif., 22-24 April 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 183

Folder 184

Johns Island Song and Arts Festival, 21-22 May 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 184

Folder 185

Newport Folk Festival, Newport, R.I., July 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 185

Folder 186

Fox Hollow Festival, Petersburgh, N.Y., August 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 186

Folder 187

New Britain, Conn., concert, 18 December 1966 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 187

Folder 188

Burg Waldeck International Festival of Folksongs and Chansonse, Germany, 12-17 June 1968: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 188

Oversize Paper OP-20008/7

Burg Waldeck International Festival of Folksongs and Chansonse, Germany, 12-17 June 1968: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/7

Oversize Paper OP-20008/8

Esslingen, Germany concert, 29 June 1968 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/8

Folder 189

University of California, Riverside student strike concert, 4 June 1969 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 189

Folder 190

Pomona College concert, Claremont, Calif., 2 October 1969 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 190

Folder 191

Garrison Theatre concert, Claremont, Calif., 11 February 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 191

Folder 192

Loop College "A Decade of Civil Rights, 1960-1970" program, Chicago, Ill., 20 May 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 192

Folder 193

Southern Oregon College concert, Ashland, Ore., 28 July 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 193

Folder 194

Wofford College concert, Spartanburg, S.C., September 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 194

Folder 195

Midland Lutheran College concert, Freemont, Neb., 19 October 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 195

Folder 196

King's College concert, Wilkes-Barre, Penn., 27 October 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 196

Folder 197

Elizabethtown College performance with John Beecher, Elizabethtown, Penn., 29 October 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 197

Folder 198

Pennsylvania State University, Shenago Valley Campus concert, 4 November 1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 198

Folder 199

Pomona College concert, Claremont, Calif., 15 March 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 199

Folder 200

Linn-Benton Community College concert, Albany, Ore., 14 April 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 200

Folder 201

"In the Alley" Theater concerts, Escondido, Calif., 24-25 July 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 201

Folder 202

Old Time Music Festival, Ivydale, W.Va., September 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 202

Folder 203

Stratford College concerts, Danville, Va., 6-7 October 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 203

Folder 204

Louisburg College Southern Appalachian Folk Concert, Louisburg, N.C., 8 October 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 204

Folder 205

Ashland Community College concert, Ashland, Ky., 21 October 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 205

Folder 206

Defiance College concert, 27 October 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 206

Folder 207

Illinois College Convocation program, Jacksonville, Ill., 1 November 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 207

Folder 208

University of Wisconsin, Marathon County Campus concerts, Wasau, Wisc., 3-4 November 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 208

Folder 209

University of Wisconsin, Baraboo-Sauk County Campus concert, Baraboo, Wisc., 6 November 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 209

Folder 210

Northland College concert, Ashland, Wisc., 8 November 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 210

Folder OP-20008/9

San Diego Mesa College concert, San Diego, Calif., 3 December 1971 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder OP-20008/9

Folder 211

Guy Carawan concerts itinerary, 23 November 1971-21 April 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 211

Folder 212

College of the Sequoias concert, Visalia, Calif., 21 April 1972: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 212

Folder OP-20008/10

College of the Sequoias concert, Visalia, Calif., 21 April 1972: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder OP-20008/10

Oversize Paper OP-20008/11

University of California, Santa Cruz Extension "The Folk Musicians" lecture and performance, 23 May 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/11

Folder 213

University of California, Davis Extension "The Folk Musicians" lecture and performance, 24 May 1972: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 213

Oversize Paper OP-20008/12

University of California, Davis Extension "The Folk Musicians" lecture and performance, 24 May 1972: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/12

Folder 214

Highlander Center 40th Anniversary Celebration, August 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 214

Folder 215

Highlander Center "Mountain Movement Music" workshop, 19-22 October 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 215

Folder 216

Oletime Mountain Music Show, Letcher County, Ky., November 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 216

Folder 217

Lassen College concert, Susanville, Calif., 6 December 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 217

Folder 218

Carson-Newman College Folk Festival, Jefferson City, Tenn., 3 April 1973 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 218

Folder 219

Clinch Valley College Appalachian Music Seminar, 3 April 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 219

Folder 220

Highlander Center music workshop with Bessie Jones, 26-28 April 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 220

Folder 221

Highlander Center music workshop, 14-16 June 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 221

Folder 222

John Henry Memorial Authentic Blues and Gospel Jubilee, Clifftop, W.Va., 30 August-1 September 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 222

Folder 223

"Commode 2000" concert, Germany, 18 October 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 223

Folder 224

Highlander Center "Musicians' Co-op" workshop, 18-20 October 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 224

Folder 225

"Songs and Poetry from the Coalfields" workshop, Harlan County, Ky., 13-15 December 1974 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 225

Folder 226

Umpqua Community College concert, Roseburg, Ore., 31 March 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 226

Folder 227

Linn-Benton Community College concert, Albany, Ore., 2 April 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 227

Folder 228

Morris Harvey College Appalachian Festival, Charleston, W.Va., 7-11 April 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 228

Folder 229

Appalachian Music Festival, Kanawha County Schools Community Education Department, Charleston, W.Va., 26 April-3 May 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 229

Folder 230

Highlander Center music workshop with Mable Hillery, 23-25 May 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 230

Folder 231

Highlander Center music workshop, 27-29 June 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 231

Folder 232

Highlander Center "Folktales, Folksongs, and Games" storytelling workshop, 10 January 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 232

Folder 233

Laurel Theatre concert, Knoxville, Tenn., 22 February 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 233

Folder 234

Highlander Center songwriters' workshop, 27-29 February 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 234

Folder 235

Mable Hillery memorial concert, 7 June 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 235

Folder 236

Logan County Arts and Crafts Fair concert, Logan, W.Va., 13-15 August 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 236

Folder 237

Southern Highland Handicraft Guild Craftsman's Fair concert, Knoxville, Tenn., October 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 237

Folder 238

Laurel Theatre concerts, Knoxville, Tenn., 3-4 December 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 238

Folder 239

Children's Museum Family Folk Concert, Oak Ridge, Tenn., 12 December 1976 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 239

Folder 240

Walters State Community College Folk Festival, March 1977 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 240

Folder 241

Highlander Center "We Shall Overcome" music and culture workshop, 24-26 June 1977 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 241

Folder 242

Folk Festival of the Smokies, 15-17 September 1977 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 242

Folder 243

John C. Campbell Folk School concert, Brasstown, N.C., 20 November 1977 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 243

Folder 244

1977 United Mine Workers Collective Bargaining Calendar #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 244

Wall calendar containing entries noting Guy and Candie Carawan's appointments, concerts, and other events.

Folder 245

Antioch Community Assembly concert, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 9 February 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 245

Folder 246

Highlander Center "A Night with Bessie Jones" program, 20 March 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 246

Folder 247

Highlander Center "Music in Communities/Regional Culture" workshop, 7-9 April 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 247

Folder 248

Highlander Center Appalachian workshop, 8 August 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 248

Folder 249

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 19-20 August 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 249

Folder 250

Jericol Mines strike Labor Day Rally, Harlan County, Ky., 4 September 1978 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 250

Folder 251

Highlander Center workshop on music and coal mining, 17-19 November 1978: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 251

Image Folder PF-20008/2

Highlander Center workshop on music and coal mining, 17-19 November 1978: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/2

Folder 252

Highlander Center "Afro-American Music, Culture, and History" workshop, 2-4 March 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 252

Folder 253

"Me and thee coffeehouse" concert, Marblehead, Mass., 21 April 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 253

Folder 254

Tusculum College Old Oak Folk Festival V, Greeneville, Tenn., 27-28 April 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 254

Folder 255

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Georgia benefit concert, Atlanta, Ga., 7 May 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 255

Folder 256

Cumberland Gap Storytelling Festival, Harrowgate, Tenn., 12 May 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 256

Folder 257

Alternative Center for International Art (ACIA) concert, New York, N.Y., 18 May 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 257

Folder 258

Walnut Valley June Jamboree, Winfield, Kansas, 1-3 June 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 258

Folder 259

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 18-19 August 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 259

Folder 260

Northern Illinois University "Songs of Struggle and Celebration" Festival, 28-30 September 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 260

Folder 261

"Mississippi's 'Freedom Summer' Reviewed", Jackson, Miss., 30 October-2 November 1979 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 261

Folder 262

Smithsonian "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement" conference, Washington, D.C., 30 January-3 February 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 262

Folder 263

Unitarian Universalist Church performance, Marblehead, Mass., 14 February 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 263

Folder 264

"Songs for People" workshop, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 17 February 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 264

Folder 265

"A Tribute to Septima Clark and Rosa Parks" program, Berkeley, Calif., 1 May 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 265

Folder 266

First Existentialist Church concert, Atlanta, Ga., 11 May 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 266

Folder 267

Phoenix Fellowship concert, Atlanta, Ga., 16 May 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 267

Folder 268

Vancouver Folk Music Festival, British Columbia, Canada, 18-20 July 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 268

Folder 269

Old Time Music Day, Hendersonville, Tenn., 1 September 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 269

Folder 270

West Germany tour, October 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 270

Folder 271

Highlander Center "Music and Cultural Traditions of the Appalachian Coalfields" workshop, 14-16 November 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 271

Folder 272

Evening Star Folk Society concert, Sautee-Nacochee, Ga., 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 272

Folder 273

Highlander Center tribute concert, Philadelphia, Pa., 6 February 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 273

Folder 274

Mallory Avenue Christian Church concert and workshop, Portland, Ore., 20-21 February 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 274

Folder 275

Atlanta Area Friends of Folk Music concert, Atlanta, Ga., 21 March 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 275

Folder 276

Nassau Community College Folk Festival, East Garden, N.Y., 31 March-1 April 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 276

Folder 277

Highlander Center Benefit and Festival of Appalachian and Southern Folk Music, 1-3 May 1981: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 277

Oversize Paper OP-20008/13

Highlander Center Benefit and Festival of Appalachian and Southern Folk Music, 1-3 May 1981: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/13

Folder 278

Winnipeg Folk Festival, Manitoba, Canada, 10-12 July 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 278

Folder 279

Vancouver Folk Music Festival, British Columbia, Canada, 17-19 July 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 279

Folder 280

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 15-16 August 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 280

Folder 281

Highlander Center "Land and Environment" workshop, 20-22 November 1981: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 281

Folder PF-20008/3

Highlander Center "Land and Environment" workshop, 20-22 November 1981: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder PF-20008/3

Folder 282

"Pikeville Hoot (Larry Webster)" Old Time and Mountain Music Concert, Pike County, Ky., 4 December 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 282

Folder 283

Highlander Center "Cultural Expression in Coalmining Communities" workshop, 2-4 April 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 283

Image Folder PF-20008/4-5

Highlander Center "Cultural Expression in Coalmining Communities" workshop, 2-4 April 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/4-5

Folder 284

Marblehead Nuclear Weapons Freeze Committee benefit concert, Marblehead, Mass., 8 May 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 284

Folder 285

Highlander Center "They'll Never Keep Us Down" workshop, 28-31 May 1982: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 285

Image Folder PF-20008/6-7

Highlander Center "They'll Never Keep Us Down" workshop, 28-31 May 1982: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/6-7

Folder 286

Jefferson County Founding Festival, Dandridge, Tenn., 12-13 June 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 286

Folder 287

Vancouver Folk Music Festival, British Columbia, Canada, 16-18 July 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 287

Folder 288

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 14-15 August 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 288

Folder 289

Highlander Center 50th Anniversary Celebration, 23-24 October 1982 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 289

Folder 290

Highlander Center cultural workshop with Jane Sapp, 29 April-1 May 1983 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 290

Folder 291

Highlander Center campaign trip, June 1983 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 291

Folder 292

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 20-21 August 1983 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 292

Folder 293

Dock Boggs Memorial Festival, Wise, Va., 24 September 1983 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 293

Folder 294

"Voices of the Civil Rights Movement" programs, February 1983-January 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 294

Includes materials relating to a series of events sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution and Howard University, held in Michigan; Washington, D.C.; Mississippi; and Louisiana.

Folder 295

Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia concerts tour schedule, February 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 295

Folder 296

Nassau Community College One World Music Festival, East Garden, N.Y., 27-29 March 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 296

Folder 297

Marblehead Nuclear Weapons Freeze Committee benefit concert, Marblehead, Mass., 30 March 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 297

Folder 298

Regional Sea Island cultural meeting, Penn Center, Saint Helena, S.C., 29-30 May 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 298

Includes a summary and a transcript of a tape recording of the meeting. Attendees included Janie and Tina Hunter, Emory Campbell, Frankie and Doug Quimby, Laura Bush, Jane Sapp, and Guy and Candie Carawan.

Folder 299

Piccolo Spoleto and Charleston Folk concert, Charleston, S.C., 31 May 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 299

Folder 300

Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife, Washington, D.C., 27 June-1 July 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 300

Folder 301

La Pena Cultural Center concert and workshop, Berkeley, Calif., 17-18 August 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 301

Folder 302

Hindman Settlement School concert, Hindman, Ky., 18 October 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 302

Folder 303

Kent State University Folk Festival, Kent, Ohio, 22-23 February 1985 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 303

Folder 304

Labor Heritage Foundation "Great Labor Song Exchange," Silver Spring, Md., spring 1985 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 304

Folder 305

Principia College programs, Elsah, Ill., and Saint Louis, Mo., 10-13 May 1985 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 305

Folder 306

"The Other America" Tubinger Festival, Tubingen, Germany, 31 May-2 June 1985 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 306

Folder 307

Georgia Sea Island Festival, 16-17 August 1986 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 307

Image Folder PF-20008/8

Coal workshop, Hindman, December 1986 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/8

Folder 308

Swords into Plowshares "Carry It On!" concert, Philadelphia, Pa., 24 January 1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 308

Folder 309

College of Charleston "An Evening with Guy Carawan and Janie Hunter: A Cultural History of Johns Island in the 1960's" program, Charleston, S.C., 3 December 1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 309

Folder 310

Unitarian Church concert, Charleston, S.C., 6 December 1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 310

Image Folder PF-20008/9

Paolo Friere visit, December 1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/9

Folder 311

Principia College lectures and performances, Elsah, Ill., 13-14 April 1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 311

Folder 312

Sautee-Nacoochee, Ga., concert, 25 November 1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 312

Folder 313-314

Smithsonian "Contemporary Black American Congregational Song and Worship Traditions" conference, Washington, D.C., 2-4 February 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 313-314

Folder 315

Jubilee Festival Tribute to Guy and Candie Carawan, 17 March 1989: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 315

Oversize Paper OP-20008/14

Jubilee Festival Tribute to Guy and Candie Carawan, 17 March 1989: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OP-20008/14

Folder 316

University of North Carolina Folklore Conference on archiving and collecting, 6-8 April 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 316

Folder 317

Concerts and workshop, Northampton, Mass., 15-16 April 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 317

Folder 318

Mississippi Folklore Society annual meeting, 21-22 April 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 318

Folder 319

"Cajun Country" trip, April 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 319

Folder 320

"I Can Feel the Spirit Rising" rally and concert, Knoxville, Tenn., 22 July 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 320

Folder 321-322

New York Institute for Nonviolence National Symposium, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 9-11 November 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 321-322

Folder 323

Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration, Saint Helena, S.C., 9-11 November 1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 323

Folder 324

Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife, Washington, D.C., 27 June-8 July 1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 324

Folder 325

University of South Carolina McKissick Museum concert, Columbia, S.C., 16 September 1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 325

Folder 326

Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration, Saint Helena, S.C., 8-10 November 1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 326

Folder 327

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Service, Montgomery, Ala., 13 January 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 327

Folder 328

Southern Community/Labor Conference, Birmingham, Ala., 3-5 May 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 328

Folder 329

Appalachian Community Fund Anniversary Celebration, 22 June 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 329

Folder x330

National Civil Rights Museum Dedication, Memphis, Tenn., 30 June-4 July 1991: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder x330

Image Folder PF-20008/10

National Civil Rights Museum Dedication, Memphis, Tenn., 30 June-4 July 1991: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." PF-20008/10

Folder 331

Winnipeg Folk Festival, Manitoba, Canada, 4-7 July 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 331

Folder 332

Vancouver Folk Music Festival, British Columbia, Canada, 19-21 July 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 332

Folder 333

Champlain Valley Summer Festival, 2-4 August 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 333

Folder 334

World of Music and Dance (WOMAD) Festival, Toronto, Canada, 8-11 August 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 334

Folder 335

Adirondack Folk/Gospel Festival, Hoosick, N.Y., 16-18 August 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 335

Folder 336

Fund for Southern Communities, Bernice Reagon Tribute Celebration, 4 October 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 336

Folder 337

Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration, Saint Helena, S.C., 7-9 November 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 337

Folder 338

National Festival of Black Storytelling, 14-17 November 1991 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 338

Folder 339

"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" Smithsonian Conference, Washington, D.C., 6-8 February 1992 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 339

Folder 340

Carawan family concert at Laurel Theatre, Knoxville, Tenn., 4 April 1992 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 340

Folder 341

African American Cultural Week, April 1992 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 341

Folder 342

Conference on Leadership and Southern Rural Poverty, Greenville, Miss., 5-7 June 1992 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 342

Folder 343

Ocracoke, N.C., trip, July 1992 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 343

Folder 344

Ocracoke, N.C., trip, summer 1993 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 344

Folder 345

The Woods Music and Dance Camp, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 5-10 August 1993 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 345

Folder 346

Mariposa Folk Festival, Toronto, Canada, 12-15 August 1993 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 346

Folder 347-348

Nova Scotia trip, 18-30 August 1993 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 347-348

Folder 349

Fund for Southern Communities, Torchbearer Award Presentation, 26 February 1994 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 349

Folder 350

Sea Island Cultural Arts Festival, 10 September 1994 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 350

Folder 351

Student Leadership Conference 35th Sit-In Reunion, Nashville, Tenn., 2-4 February 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 351

Folder 352

Selma to Montgomery March 30th Anniversary Bridge Crossing Jubilee, Selma, Ala., 3-11 March 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 352

Folder 353

Fund for Southern Communities/Grassroots Leadership benefit concert, Asheville, N.C., 20 May 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 353

Folder 354

Cigar Workers' Memorial Celebration, Charleston, S.C., 4 September 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 354

Folder 355

Guy and Evan Carawan "Sing for Freedom!" concert, Los Angeles, Calif., 23 September 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 355

Folder 356

National Symposium on Multicultural Music, Knoxville, Tenn., 12-14 October 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 356

Folder 357

Penn Center Heritage Days Celebration, Saint Helena, S.C., 9-11 November 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 357

Folder 358

Central American Solidarity Association (CASA) benefit concert, Beckley, W.Va., 15 November 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 358

Folder 359

Montgomery Bus Boycott 40th Anniversary programs, Montgomery, Ala., 1-5 December 1995 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 359

Folder 360

University of Georgia "Civil Rights in Small Places" conference, Athens, Ga., 15-16 April 1996 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 360

Folder 361

Ashokan Fiddle and Dance Camp, August 1996 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 361

Folder 362

Sea Island Cultural Arts Festival, Wadmalaw Island, S.C., 14 September 1996 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 362

Folder 363

Reel World String Band and Friends 20th Anniversary concert, spring 1997 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 363

Folder 364

Seedtime on the Cumberland Festival of Mountain Arts, 29 May-1 June 1997 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 364

Folder 365

Peace with Justice Week, Henderson, Ky., 16-19 October 1997 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 365

Folder 366

Black History Month benefit concert, 21 February 1998 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 366

Folder 367

Appalachian Culture workshop, June 1998 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 367

Folder 368

Carson-Newman College Award concert, Jefferson City, Tenn., 24 September 1998 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 368

Folder 369

"Aspects of Color" conference, Abingdon, Va., 2-3 October 1998 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 369

Folder 370-371

College of Charleston Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration., Charleston, S.C., January 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 370-371

Folder 372

Appalachian Studies Association Annual Conference, Abingdon, Va., 19-21 March 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 372

Folder 373-374

National Organizers Alliance Gathering IV, Black Mountain, N.C., 19-23 May 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 373-374

Folder 375

Common Ground "Songs and Stories from the American South" workshop, 4-11 July 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 375

Folder 376

"Labor/Educators Popular Education Forum (Bev Brown)," 20-21 August 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 376

Folder 377

Ocean Song Gallery program, 28 August 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 377

Folder 378

Appalachian Heritage Festival, 27 September-1 October 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 378

Folder 379

Highlander Center Mountaintop Festival, 9 October 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 379

Folder 380

Belmont University Martin Luther King Jr. program, Nashville, Tenn., 20 January 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 380

Folder 381

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) reunion and conference, Raleigh, N.C., 13-16 April 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 381

Folder 382

University of Tennessee College of Law Equal Justice Colloquium, 12-13 October 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 382

Folder 383

Commision on Religion in Appalachia (CORA) 35th Annivesary Celebration, Black Mountain, N.C., 19-21 October 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 383

Folder 384

Unitarian Universalist Church performances, Lexington, Ky., 5 November 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 384

Folder 385

"Voices from Home" Appalshop concert, Knoxville, Tenn., 15 November 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 385

Folder 386

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute interview, April 2001 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 386

Folder 387

Hunting Island, S.C./Penn Center trip, November 2002 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 387

Folder 388

Washington, D.C., trip, February 2005 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 388

Folder 389

Folly Beach, S.C., trip, 30 April-7 May 2005 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 389

Folder 390

Folly Beach, S.C., trip, 20-27 May 2006 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 390

Folder 391

University of Georgia Russell Library performance and exhibit, 16 November 2008 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 391

Folder 392

Thanksgiving Celebration concert, Sautee-Nacochee, Ga., 29 November 2008 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 392

Folder 393

Guy Carawan concerts, planning materials and correspondence, 1970-1980 and undated #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 393

Folder 394

Undated performances and events: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." Folder 394

Chiefly posters, programs, clippings, and other printed materials relating to undated performances and other events.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-20008/1

Undated performances and events: Oversize #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Events, 1956-2008 and undated." OPF-20008/1

Five undated posters advertising performances by Guy and Candie Carawan.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated.

Files compiled by Guy and Candie Carawan containing materials relating to professional and personal subjects, including Appalachia, civil rights, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Sea Islands of South Carolina and Georgia, among other topics.

Files about individuals largely contain articles, clippings, and memorial and obituary information, although some contain scattered correspondence and information relating to projects undertaken by or about the individuals.

Highlander files relate to the Carawans' employment and projects with the Highlander Research and Education Center, including workshop materials and photographs, printed materials, songbooks and sheet music, and memoranda and correspondence, among other items.

Sea Islands materials include interview transcripts, articles, and clippings related to Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, written in 1987-1988 by Guy and Candie Carawan. Other Sea Islands materials relate to Low Country culture and community issues on the Sea Islands, including youth and adult education, healthcare, and the effects of real estate development efforts. Also included are correspondence and printed materials related to the Moving Star Hall Singers, a traditional spiritual singing group from Johns Island, S.C.

Other files include materials relating to conferences, concerts, projects requesting the Carawans' assistance, and the song "We Shall Overcome!" and a related documentary. Also included are two folders of general personal and professional correspondence, five folders of general photographs, and biographical materials.

Note that original folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.

Also note that some of the subjects in these files are closely related to materials in other series.

Folder 395

Address lists #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 395

Folder 396

"Ain't You Got a Right" song #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 396

Folder 397

Appalachian background articles #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 397

Folder 399-400

Appalachian Community Fund: Helen Lewis Award #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 399-400

Folder 401

Appalshop #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 401

Folder 402

Articles on development #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 402

Folder 403

Asch, Moe #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 403

Includes photocopies of correspondence between Guy Carawan and Moe Asch and others, 1959-1961. Also included are materials relating to a biography of Moe Asch written by Peter Goldsmith.

Folder 404

Ash Grove/Ed Pearl #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 404

Folder 405

Atlanta #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 405

Folder 406

Aunt Molly project, Shelly Romalis #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 406

Folder 407

Begley, Joe #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 407

Folder 408

Belafonte, Harry #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 408

Folder 409

Benedict College Congregational Singing Symposium, planning materials #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 409

Folder 410

Bill Harley Project/Nashville Reunion: "Songs From the Welcome Table" album, 1989-1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 410

Folder 411

Biographical materials: Articles: Carson-Newman Studies article, fall 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 411

Folder 412

Biographical materials: Articles: Sing Out article, spring 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 412

Folder 413

Biographical materials: Articles: No Depression article, July-August 2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 413

Folder 414

Biographical materials: Articles: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 414

Folder 415

Biographical materials: Book excerpts #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 415

Folder 416-418

Biographical materials: Clippings #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 416-418

Folder 419

Biographical materials: Evan and Heather Carawan: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 419

Oversize Paper OP-20008/3

Biographical materials: Evan and Heather Carawan: Promotional poster for Evan Carawan's "Rhythm Rascals" band, undated #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." OP-20008/3

Oversize Paper OP-20008/4

Biographical materials: Evan and Heather Carawan: Promotional poster for Heather Carawan's documentary film The Telling Takes Me Home, undated #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." OP-20008/4

Folder 420-424

Biographical materials: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 420-424

Includes resumes and vitas; lists of publications, recordings, and performances; and brief narrative summaries of Guy and Candie Carawans' careers and accomplishments, many of which appear to have been written by the Carawans and provided to performance venues for publicity purposes. Also included are flyers, posters, brochures, and other promotional materials created by agencies and companies representing Guy Carawan, including Real People's Music, the Association of American Colleges Arts Program, Paul Endicott Artist Management, RFD, Folkways Records, June Appal Recordings, and the Traditional Arts Services Schools Project.

Folder 425

Biographical materials: Guy Carawan autobiographical narrative, 1965 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 425

Folder 426

Biographical materials: Guy Carawan autobiographical notes and timelines #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 426

Folder 427

Biographical materials: Interviews #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 427

Includes transcripts of interviews with Guy and Candie Carawan by Ron Cohen (1991) and Helen Veit (1999) and a transcript of an interview with Candie Carawan discussing adult education and popular education (1993).

Folder 428

Black, Wade #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 428

Folder 429

Blacks in Appalachia #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 429

Folder 430

Braden, Anne #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 430

Folder 431

Branscome, James #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 431

Folder 432

Bruce Jackson: Folksong Revival #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 432

Folder 433

Cadle, Tilman #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 433

Folder 434

Cantwell, Robert #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 434

Folder 435

Carawans in Atlanta, Spring 1980 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 435

Folder 436

Carson, Jill and Ron #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 436

Folder 437

Charleston Library materials/Also Community Center #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 437

Folder 438

Charleston: "We Shall Overcome"/"The Old Cigar Factory" display, 1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 438

Folder 439

Cherokee/Pembroke #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 439

Folder 440

China applications, circa 1975 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 440

Personal statements written by Guy and Candie Carawan as part of their applications to take part in a social and cultural "Friendship Tour" program in China.

Folder 441

Civil Rights articles, 1988-1989 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 441

Folder 442

Clark, Mike #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 442

Folder 443

Clark, Septima #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 443

Folder 444-445

Claude/Hyde Co. #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 444-445

Folder 446

Coady International Institute #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 446

Folder 447

Cobb, Alice #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 447

Folder 448-449

Cohen, Ron #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 448-449

Folder 450

Cold Mountain/Sparky Rucker #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 450

Folder 451

Common Ground Music Harvest #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 451

Folder 452

Contacts: Rodolfo Robles, Mexico/Latin America #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 452

Folder 453-454

Correspondence: General, 1969-2007 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 453-454

Includes general personal and professional correspondence unaffiliated with other files.

Folder 455

Correspondence: Randi/Mark and Michelle/Larry and Cindy/Monroe Gilmore #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 455

Includes letters, cards, postcards, photographs, and other personal correspondence materials.

Folder 456

Cotton, Dorothy #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 456

Folder 457

Durr, Virginia #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 457

Folder 458

Ed Cabbell's work #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 458

Folder 459

"Eewasa Ka Trustee-Nee: For All Children" community education resource guide #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 459

Folder 460

Emil Willimetz memoir, December 2002 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 460

Folder 461

European concerts, including East Germany #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 461

Folder 462

"Eyes on the Prize" documentary series, 1984-1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 462

Folder 463

Foreign friends #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 463

Folder 464

Forest workers #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 464

Folder 465

Foxfire: Eliot Wigginton ("Wig") #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 465

Folder 466

Freedom Songs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 466

Includes printed and handwritten sheet music and lyrics with associated letters.

Folder 467

Friere, Paulo #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 467

Folder 468

General articles on music/civil rights #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 468

Folder 469

Gilmore, Earl #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 469

Folder 470

Gish, Tom #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 470

Folder 471

Glen, John #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 471

Folder 472

Goldsmith, Peter #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 472

Folder 473

Goldstein, Malcolm #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 473

Folder 474-476

"Gullah Tides" documentary, Louise Cox: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 474-476

Image Folder PF-20008/11

"Gullah Tides" documentary, Louise Cox: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." PF-20008/11

Folder 477

Hamer, Fannie Lou #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 477

Folder 478

Hamilton, Frank #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 478

Folder 479

Handcox, John #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 479

Folder 480

Hatch, David #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 480

Folder 481

Heather in Scotland #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 481

Materials relate to Guy and Candie Carawan's daughter Heather's study abroad program in Scotland.

Folder 482

Highlander: Annual Reports #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 482

Folder 483

Highlander: Articles on Alcoa, Tenn. #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 483

Folder 484

Highlander: Carawan proposal to staff, early 1980s #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 484

Folder 485-486

Highlander: Chiapas Theater #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 485-486

Folder 487

Highlander: Cultural projects, miscellaneous #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 487

Folder 488

Highlander: Cultural writing, NAYO and others #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 488

Folder 489

Highlander: "Culture: The Roots of Community Spirit and Power" program booklet #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 489

Folder 490

Highlander: Early Highlander #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 490

Folder 491

Highlander: General Highlander/Guy joins staff #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 491

Folder 492

Highlander: Guy and Candie consulting #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 492

Folder 493

Highlander: Highlander Reports #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 493

Folder 494

Highlander: Highlander Women display #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 494

Folder 495

Highlander: Jim Sessions #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 495

Folder 496

Highlander: Letters inviting us back to Highlander, 1972 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 496

Folder 497

Highlander: Linn Carey/Carawans on cultural programming, 1984 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 497

Folder 498

Highlander: The Long Haul by Myles Horton #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 498

Folder 499

Highlander: Myles on Grundtrig, 1983 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 499

Folder 500

Highlander: New brochure #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 500

Folder 501

Highlander: New Pavilion/New office (art work) #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 501

Folder 502

Highlander: Newspaper articles #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 502

Folder 503

Highlander: Paul de Leon #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 503

Folder 504

Highlander: "Picking Up the Pieces: Women In and Out of Work in the Rural South" booklet #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 504

Folder 505

Highlander: Printed materials #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 505

Folder 506

Highlander: Proposed cultural workshops #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 506

Folder 507

Highlander: Reports on cultural program and lists of Highlander workshops #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 507

Folder 508

Highlander: Scott Bates presentation, 2003 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 508

Folder 509

Highlander: Songbooks and songsheets #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 509

Folder 510

Highlander: Staff and board, 1999-2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 510

Folder 511

Highlander: Thoughts on Director Search, 1999 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 511

Folder 512

Highlander: Toxics program/Bumpass Cove #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 512

Folder 513

Highlander: Workshop brochure #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 513

Folder 514

Highlander: Workshop recording summaries, 1967-1970 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 514

Includes summaries of recordings of a Chicago Appalachian Patriot's Workshop, 31 October-1 Novemeber 1969; a music workshop, 20 October 1969; an ASCP Workshop on Small Groups, 22-24 May 1970; and an ASEP Community Group Workshop, 6-8 February 1970.

Folder 515-516

Highlander: Workshop summaries #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 515-516

Folder 517

Highlander: Writing about Highlander #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 517

Folder 518

Highlander: "You Got to Move" documentary abstract #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 518

Folder 519

Highlander: Other papers #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 519

Folder 520

Hillery, Mable #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 520

Folder 521

Honey, Mike #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 521

Folder 522-523

Horton, Myles #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 522-523

Folder 524

Horton, Zilphia #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 524

Folder 525

Hunter, Janie #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 525

Includes photocopies of typed and handwritten drafts of an autobiographical sketch by Janie Hunter, among other items.

Folder 526

International contacts #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 526

Folder 527

Jake Easterling and Jim Hamilton interview #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 527

Folder 528-529

Jenkins, Esau #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 528-529

Includes photocopies of handwritten adult education materials, among other materials.

Folder 530

"Johnny Cash: Putting the Traditions Back Together" book chapter draft by Frye Gaillard #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 530

Folder 531

Johnson, Lisa #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 531

Folder 532

Jones, Bessie: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 532

Image Folder PF-20008/12

Jones, Bessie: Photographs #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." PF-20008/12

Folder 533

Jubilee album project, 1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 533

Folder 534

Jubilee Community Arts #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 534

Folder 535

Justus, May #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 535

Folder 536-537

Kaltoft, Gwendolyn #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 536-537

Materials relating to Guy and Candie Carawan's assistance with Gwendolyn Kaltoft's dissertation on music and adult learning.

Folder 538

Keynote: Women #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 538

Folder 539

King Jr., Martin Luther #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 539

Folder 540

Kirkpatrick, Frederick Douglass #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 540

Folder 541

Kivnick, Helen #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 541

Folder 542

Labor materials: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 542

Folder 543

Latin America #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 543

Folder 544

Latino writing/issues #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 544

Folder 545

Lawrance, Mary #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 545

Folder 546

Legal case (North Carolina) #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 546

Folder 547

Letters of support (including Alan Lomax) #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 547

Folder 548-550

Lewis, Helen #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 548-550

Folder 551

Linde, Carsten #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 551

Folder 552

Ling, Peter #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 552

Folder 553

Louise Filler on Antioch College #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 553

Folder 554

Lomax, Alan #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 554

Includes correspondence between Alan Lomax and Guy and Candie Carawan, letters in support of the Carawan's work written by Lomax, and a statement written by Guy Carawan for Alan Lomax's memorial service, among other items.

Folder 555

Marrs, Ernie #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 555

Includes letters to Guy Carawan, 1959-1961 and undated, as well as copies of a newsletter entitled "Verses Unlimited," 1959.

Folder 556

Material back from Riverside #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 556

Folder 557

Memorial program and sympathy letters, 1981 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 557

A memorial program and sympathy letters received by Candie Carawan on the death of her father, Howard Anderson.

Folder 558

National conference of singer/songwriters #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 558

Folder 559

Notebook, 1984-1986 and undated #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 559

Dated, chronological notes written by Candie Carawan relating to projects, meetings, and events including the Highlander Center Ford Project and other Highlander workshops, events, and projects; schedules of events and activities; research trips and interviews; and conferences; among other subjects.

Folder 560

Notebook, 1986-1988 and undated #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 560

Notes written by Candie Carawan relating to a documentary about the Moving Star Hall Singers, as well as notes relating to other Sea Islands projects, including research interviews.

Folder 561

Notes: General #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 561

Loose pages of handwritten notes, lists, and other materials, unaffiliated with other files.

Folder 562-563

Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance (OREPA) #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 562-563

Folder 564

Overview: Cultural Development, 1990s #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 564

Folder 565

Parks, Rosa #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 565

Folder 566

Permissions #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 566

Folder 567

Peter Cooper project #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 567

Folder 568

Political Art #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 568

Folder 569

Ponder, Elymas Yates #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 569

Folder 570

Pressing mail: To be answered #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 570

Folder 571-572

Printed materials: Appalachia and coal mining #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 571-572

Folder 573

Project ideas, 1987 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 573

Folder 574

Reagon, Bernice #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 574

Folder 575

Reagon, Cordell #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 575

Folder 576

Reece, Florence #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 576

Folder 577

Reform in the union #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 577

Folder 578

Requests answered, 1998-2000 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 578

Folder 579

Resource lists: Appalachia/Sea Islands #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 579

Folder 580

Rinzler, Ralph #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 580

Folder 581

Robinson, Bernice #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 581

Folder 582

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Jenkins Family, 1971-1972, 1987-1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 582

Includes interview transcripts, personal history, articles and clippings about life on Johns Island, S.C., used by Guy and Candie Carawan in their research for the book, Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life. Also included are an article and clippings about Esau Jenkins and a memo to Highlander staff about his death. For more information about Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life, see the writings series.

Folder 583

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Myles Horton, 1971-1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 583

Folder 584

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Gerald Mackey, 1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 584

Folder 585

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: William Saunders, 1987-1990 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 585

Folder 586

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Maggie Russell, 1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 586

Folder 587

Sea Islands: Ain't You Got a Right to the Tree of Life: Citizenship Schools Program, 1987-1988 #20008, Subseries: "addition of 2010: Subject Files, 1959-2007 and undated." Folder 587

Interview transcripts, including those with Esau Jenkins, Ethel Grimball, William Saunders, Septima Clark, Bernice Robinson