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SDOHC: Black History in South Dakota

A selection of Oral History Interviews about Black history in South Dakota, from the South Dakota Oral History Center

The South Dakota Oral History Center

The South Dakota Oral History Center collects and preserves voices of the people of the Northern Plains. Included in the collection are some 7,000 recordings of interviews, recollections, songs, and other presentations, many of which preserve indigenous memories and experiences from the late nineteenth century to the present.

The South Dakota Oral History Project aimed to collect recordings from every county in South Dakota. Currently containing about 3200 recordings, this large collection covers a broad range of topics.

 

Contact the SDOHC

http://www.usd.edu/library/sdohc

sdohc@usd.edu

605-658-3382


Sam Herley, Ph.D.
Curator, South Dakota Oral History Center
Samuel.Herley@usd.edu

 

Kat Anderberg
Digital Projects Assistant, South Dakota Oral History Center
Kat.Anderberg@usd.edu

 

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