African American community

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72 minutes. Walkup was born in Flatwoods. He attended Simons Bible College and at the time of the interview is a preacher. He recalls the Santa Fe Baptist Church having an old one-room school house. He discusses attending an all-white school and talks about channelling his anger into high school...

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77 minutes. Graves discusses growing up on a farm and milking cows and describes the Graves Homeplace was a white, wood frame home that is now covered with grey siding. She talks about the schools she attended, including graduating from Lindsey Wilson College and Western Kentucky University. Her...

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69 minutes. Duvall describes what life was like growing up in a rural area on a farm raising chickens. Her home had two front doors. She has an Associates degree in Business from Lindsey Wilson College. She worked at Fruit of the Loom in Campbellsville. She discusses Adair County African...

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76 minutes. William (Billy) Wheat discusses a one-room school that has been turned into a private residence. He discusses travelling out of town to farm someone elses land and shares memories that African Americans were not allowed to eat inside a restaurant during segregation. His memories...

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73 minutes. Ingram talkes about raising chickens and calves on a farm growing up. He also discusses African American places he spent time in Fairplay. He participated in track and cross country in high school and college. Historical African American neighborhoods he recalled were Montpelier,...

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