Lindsay Moore Narrative

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Title

Lindsay Moore Narrative

Subject

Experiences of former slaves

Description

Version of the Lindsay Moore narrative published in Works Progress Administration Federal Writers’ Project, Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, vol. 3, Library of Congress, 1941, pp. 229-233.

This document is attributed to  fieldworker Martin Richardson, who appears to have worked from the Lindsay Moore Interview Notes produced by Muse. The discrepancies between the two documents include the spelling of Moore's first name (Lindsay in the interview notes, Lindsey in this document) and the specification of Moore's birthplace (Forsyth, Monroe County, Georgia, in the interview notes; Forsythe County, Georiga, here).


Creator

Viola Muse
Martin Richardson

Publisher

The Viola Muse Digital Edition, University of North Florida

Date

1941

Contributor

Melinda Peacock (transcription and encoding)
Laura Heffernan (edition)
Tru Leverette (edition)
Clayton McCarl (edition)

Format

Print, five pages

Language

EN

Type

Biographical narrative

Identifier

loc-sn-v3-lm

Coverage

19th Century Florida
19th Century Georgia
20th Century Florida

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Citation

Viola Muse and Martin Richardson, “Lindsay Moore Narrative,” The Viola Muse Digital Edition, accessed July 6, 2022, http://violamuse.unfdhi.org/items/show/121.

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