African Americans--Education--1920-1960


Interview is primarily with George Ella (Bell) Glass, although her brother, Robert Bell, does add to the conversation. The interview consists mostly of the description of the rural one-room schools, Allensville and Pennincktown, in Todd County. There is much discussion about the social customs...


Sisters, John Ella Dickerson and Willie Belle (Dickerson) Bibb, share their story of growing up in rural Logan County, Kentucky, and attending the Greenridge School, one-room school near Gordonsville. The sisters provide a glimpse into the lives of rural African Americans in the early 1900s,...


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