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Collection Number: 20361

Collection Title: Highlander Research and Education Center Collection, 1937-1948 and undated

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Size 63 items (2.0 linear feet)
Abstract Myles Horton founded the Highlander Folk School in 1932 as an adult education institution based on the principle of empowerment. Horton and other School members worked towards mobilizing labor unions in the 1930s and Citizenship Schools during the civil rights movement beginning in the late 1950s. They worked with Martin Luther King, Jr., the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Guy and Candie Carawan, Septima Clark, and Rosa Parks, among others. In 1959, the School was investigated for Communist activities and confiscation by the state of Tennessee. Soon after, its buildings mysteriously burned to the ground. The Highlander Folk School was re-chartered in 1971 as the Highlander Research and Education Center near Knoxville, Tenn. The collection includes acetate and transcription discs documenting the struggle for justice through political and social activism. Recordings of folk music, protest songs, labor songs, and African American religious songs were a large part of this movement and appear here. Acetate discs contain radio programs, recorded songs, and voices of leaders from the civil rights movement, including Esau Jenkins, Septima Clark, Rosa Parks, Miles Horton, and Zilphia Horton. Electrical transcription discs contain a variety of radio programs on issues related to the work at the Highlander Folk School.
Creator Highlander Research and Education Center (Knoxville, Tenn.).
Language English.
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Highlander Research and Education Center Collection #20361, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Susan Williams in June 2002 (Acc. 099266). Website harvested using Archive-It, beginning in October 2013 (Acc. 101945).
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Myles Horton founded the Highlander Folk School in 1932 as an adult education institution based on the principle of empowerment. Horton (1905-1991) was born and raised among the Appalachian Mountains in Savannah, Tenn. He grew up in a working-class family that believed in education and community service. His parents were schoolteachers until the late 1920s, after which they worked for the Works Progress Administration and other employers. Horton began working in packing plants before graduating from high school. During this time, he staged a tomato packers' strike and negotiated raises for workers.

In 1924, Horton attended Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tenn. He later studied at Union Theological Seminary and traveled to Denmark to explore educational reform. He investigated the work of Jane Addams and John Dewey and came to believe that the way to affect change in society was to give the poor and disenfranchised a place to organize and to tell their stories.

In 1932, the Highlander Folk School began to take form in Monteagle, Tenn. Horton and other School members worked towards mobilizing labor unions in the 1930s and Citizenship Schools during the civil rights movement beginning in the late 1950s. They worked with Martin Luther King, Jr., the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Guy and Candie Carawan, Septima Clark, and Rosa Parks, among others. Parks attended a workshop at the Highlander Folk School shortly before refusing to give up her seat on the bus in Montgomery, Ala. Zilphia Horton, the music and drama director at Highlander and Myles Horton's wife, heard the song "We Shall Overcome" at a workshop at the School. She later taught the song to Pete Seeger who popularized it around the country. "We Shall Overcome" became one of the anthems of the civil rights movement. Zilphia Horton died in 1955 in an accident

In 1959, the School was investigated for Communist activities. The investigation led to the School's confiscation by the state of Tennessee. Soon after, its buildings mysteriously burned to the ground.

The Highlander Folk School was re-chartered in 1971 as the Highlander Research and Education Center near Knoxville, Tenn., where it continued to provide education and support to poor and working-class people fighting economic injustice, poverty, prejudice, and environmental destruction and to help grassroots leaders create tools for building broad-based movements for change.

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The collection of acetate and transcription discs from the Highlander Research and Education Center near Knoxville, Tenn. (formerly the Highland Folk School in Monteagle, Tenn.) documents the struggle for justice through political and social activism. Recordings of folk music, protest songs, labor songs, and African American religious songs were a large part of this movement and appear here. Acetate discs contain radio programs, recorded songs, and voices of leaders from the civil rights movement, including Esau Jenkins, Septima Clark, Rosa Parks, Miles Horton, and Zilphia Horton. Electrical transcription discs contain a variety of radio programs on issues related to the work at the Highlander Folk School (e.g., the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) worked closely with the Highlander Folk School on labor issues and is represented in the transcription disc collection).

The Highlander Research and Education Center Collection was chosen for the National Recording Registry.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated.

51 items.

Acetate discs consist of radio programs, recorded songs, and voices of leaders from the civil rights movement, including Esau Jenkins, Septima Clark, Rosa Parks, Miles Horton, and Zilphia Horton.

FD-729: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937" includes: narrated description of Appalachian mountain people; spirituals, ballads, and other songs performed for broadcast such as "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "The Crawdad Song," as well as humorous stories that end with a yodel. Disc 1 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-730: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937," as above. Disc 2 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-731: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937," as above. Disc 3 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-732: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937," as above. Disc 4 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-733: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled "Broadcast to England, 1937,"with Myles Horton, George Mitchell, Rosa Parks, Esau Jenkins, Septima Clark. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-734: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled "Broadcast to England, 1937," with Myles Horton, George Mitchell, Rosa Parks, L. A. Blackman, Septima Clark. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-735: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937" includes: Narrated description of Appalachian mountain people; spirituals, ballads and other songs performed for broadcast such as "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "The Crawdad Song; " as well as humorous stories that end with a yodel. Disc 1 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-736: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937" includes: Narrated description of Appalachian mountain people; spirituals, ballads and other songs performed for broadcast such as "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "The Crawdad Song; " as well as humorous stories that end with a yodel. Disc 2 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-737: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937" includes: Narrated description of Appalachian mountain people; spirituals, ballads and other songs performed for broadcast such as "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "The Crawdad Song; " as well as humorous stories that end with a yodel. Disc 3 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-738: Highlander Folk School dispatch entitled, "Broadcast to England, 1937" includes: Narrated description of Appalachian mountain people; spirituals, ballads and other songs performed for broadcast such as "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "The Crawdad Song; " as well as humorous stories that end with a yodel. Disc 4 of 4. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-739: Movement songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School: "Get Thee Behind" and "Glory Land." #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-740: "Shake Hands" and "Life's Railway" by M. D. Laugherty and Tom Kelley. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-741: "Unclouded Day" and unknown song by unidentified artists. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-742: "Cripple Creek" and "Nobody's Darling" by Tom Kelley. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-743: "Are You Tired Of Me My Darling?" and "Who Thought It?" by unidentified artists. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-744: "Oh Doctor" and "Krueger Blues" by unidentified artist. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-745: "Twilight and Shadows," Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boswell. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-746: Work camp songs and stories including: "Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray "led by Zilphia Horton and Bill Euliss recorded at the Highlander Folk School. 1941. Disc 1 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-747: "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "When The New World Is Revealed" by Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. Disc 2 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-748: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 3 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Sixty-Million Jobs." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Look Ahead Union Man." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Great Day, Crawdad." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. [Do You Wanna See Them Unions Grow]. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-749: "We're Gonna Roll the Union On" and "Solidarity Forever" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 4 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-750: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 5 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "We're Gonna Roll the Union On." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "We Will Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "When The New World Is Revealed." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-751: "Way Down in Dallas, Texas" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 6 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-752: "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "Solidarity Forever" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 7 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-753: "When The New World Is Revealed" and "We Shall Not Be Moved" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 8 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-754: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 9 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "We're Gonna Roll the Union On." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "We Will Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-755: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 10 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Sixty-Million Jobs." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "CIO in Dixie." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Great Day." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "If You Wanna See The Unions Grow." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-756: "We Shall Not Be Moved" and "When The New World Is Revealed" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 11 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-757: "When The New World Is Revealed" and "We Shall Not Be Moved" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 12 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-758: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 13 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Were Gonna Roll the Union On." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "We Shall Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-759: "We're Gonna Roll the Union On" and "We Shall Overcome" recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 14 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-760: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 15 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Great Day." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Do You Wanna See The Unions Grow?" #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "Sixty Million Jobs." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-761: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 16 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "CIO in Dixie." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Great Day." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Do You Wanna See The Unions Grow?" #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "Sixty Million Jobs." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-762: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. 25 July 1941. Disc 17 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "CIO in Dixie." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "I'll Never Marry Anymore." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Black Sheep." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "Come All Ye Young Men." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-763: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 18 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. [The Old Man Came To ...] #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Farewell To All Below." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. [Down in the Valley/Some of 'Dem Bones.] #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "What Will You Do?" #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-764: Songs by Zilphia Horton and Bill Lane recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 19 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. [The Old Man Came To...], Zilphia Horton. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "No More Mourning After While, "Zilphia Horton. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "I Heard The Voice of Jesus, "Bill Lane. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-765: Songs recorded at the Highlander Folk School. December 1940. Disc 20 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "My Father in Heaven." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Oh Glory Hallelujah." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-766: Songs sung by Melinda Nunly Vaughn, recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 21 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "On The Banks of the Ohio." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. [As I Went Out Walking]. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-767: Songs sung by Zelphia Horton and the Highlander Chorus, recorded at the Highlander Folk School. Disc 22 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "No More Mourning After While." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "We Will Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "When the New World Is Revealed." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "How Long." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-768: Sacred Harp songs performed at the Nashville, Tenn. YMCA. Disc 23 of 23. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Recording test, story." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Hymn 268." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Evening Shade." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. "Hymn 209." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-769: Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "We're Gonna Roll the Union." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "We Will Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-770: Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "We Shall Not Be Moved." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "When the New World is Revealed." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-771: Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "If You Wanna See Your Union Grow." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Sixty Million Jobs." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "CIO in Dixie." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-772: Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Sixty Million Jobs and CIO." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "In Dixie." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-773: Highlander chorus; Nashville Recording Studio, Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Solidarity Forever." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Roll the Union On." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "We Will Overcome." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-774: The Loving High School Chorus in Birmingham, Ala. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. [Forget, Forget]. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. Unidentified song. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
3. "Glory, Glory to the Lord." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
4. [When the Trumpet Sounds]. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-775: Pianist, W. Hillis. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Intermezzo" by Brahms. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2-4. Three dances. #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-776: L. A. Blackman: Story of NAACP petition in Elloree, S.C. Recorded in Nashville, Tenn. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-777: Songs by unidentified old-time group. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "Cumberland Gal." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "Won't It Be Wonderful There?" #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,

FD-778: Fiddle tunes. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

FD-779: Songs by unidentified artist. #20361, Series: "1. Acetate Discs, undated. "

1. "If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
2. "This World Is Not My Home." #20361, Series 1. Acetate Discs, undated. ,
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12 items.

Electrical transcription discs containing a variety of radio programs on issues related to the work at the Highlander Folk School. For example, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) worked closely with the Highlander Folk School on labor issues and is represented in the transcription disc collection.

TR-49: "The Story of the TVA." Presented by the Tennessee Valley Authority. Commentator: Cliff Allen. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-50: "The Public Power Story." Recorded at Sound Studios, Inc., Washington, D.C. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-51: "Main Street, U.S.A." Co-op taxation, including a talk by Charles F. Brannan. Produced by National Rural Electric Co-operative Association. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-52: "State Farmers' Union." Six-state membership broadcast. Rocky Mountain Radio Council in Denver, Colo. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-53: Address by Philip Murray concerning organized labor legislation. Broadcast over NBC network. 16 May 1947. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-54: "In Pursuit of Health." Labor Education Division, Roosevelt College of Chicago, under a grant from Inter-University Labor Education Committee. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-55: "Mr. Fraud: The Right-to-Wreck Man." American Federation of Labor, Department of Education. Recorded at the Gotham Recording Corporation, New York, N.Y. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-56: "Labor and the Nation: Mr. Coalminer Goes to Washington." Southern Educational Film Services in Athens, Ga. Recorded at the Acoustic Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga. 1 December 1948. Disc 1 of 3. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-57: "Labor and the Nation: Mr. Coalminer Goes to Washington." As above. Disc 2 of 3. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-57: "Labor and the Nation: Mr. Coalminer Goes to Washington." As above. Disc 3 of 3. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-59: VD/Syphilis. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

TR-60: State Farmers Union. #20361, Series: "2. Transcription Discs, circa 1947. "

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of February 2014: Highlander Research and Education Center Website.

1 item.

The website of the Highlander Research and Education Center contains information about the center's mission, staff, and history; information on various regional, national, and international programs; events announcements; photographs; videos; news stories; and other resources.

Digital Item DI-20361/1

Website (highlandercenter.org) #20361, Series: "Addition of February 2014: Highlander Research and Education Center Website." DI-20361/1

Harvested using Archive-It, beginning in October 2013.

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Items are separated according to their format (FDs and TRs).

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Processing Information

Processed by: Allyn Meredith, June 2004

Encoded by: Allyn Meredith, August 2004

Finding aid updated by Amanda Loeb in 2014 because of addition.

Preservation of and access to the Highlander Research and Education Center Collection were made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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