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HIST 324 Oral History: Carroll: Home

Oral history as a discipline and the history of Rochester, New York, in the twentieth century. Students will learn how to conduct, preserve and use oral histories to engage audiences in historical narratives.
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This infoguide will provide you with suggested resources for conducting research within historic newspapers. As the focus of this class's research is within the Rochester, NY, area recommended newspapers include:

  • The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
  • The database collection, NYS Historical Newspapers
  • The New York Times
  • The Frederick Douglass Voice (partially digitized, continuing project)

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