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To find published oral history transcripts as well as video interviews in the WSU Libraries' collection use Search It and enter the terms interviews or oral histories in conjunction with your topic. For example:
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Swiftwater People by Bert Russell
Call Number: MASC F752.S28 S94 1979
Publication Date: 1979
Interviews with homesteaders, log drivers, railroad men, women, flunkeys, mule skinners, gamblers and Wobblies telling about the early days in the remote and newly settled St. Joe Country.
Addicts Who Survived by D. T. Courtwright; H. Joseph; D. Des Jarlais
Call Number: Holland and Terrell Libraries HV5825 .C68 1989
Publication Date: 1989
"... the nether world of the drug user, ... an engrossing portrait of life in the drug subculture during the classic era of strict narcotic control."
Speaking History by Laurie Mercier; Sue Armitage
Call Number: Holland and Terrell Libraries E661 .S64 2009
Publication Date: 2010
This oral history reader features the words of ordinary people who describe how they shaped, viewed, and remembered American history.