THE ALLEN PARKER SLAVE NARRATIVE

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    Winner, PAUL GREEN MULTIMEDIA AWARD &
    PAUL JEHU BARRINGER, JR. & SR. AWARD
    from N. C. Society of Historians, November 2002

    This website is being created by students of Dr. David Cecelski, Whichard Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities at East Carolina University, in the course History 3005/5005 THE SLAVE NARRATIVE IN AMERICAN HISTORY, Fall 2000, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences.

    MEMBERS OF THE CLASS:
    Susan Butler
    Dayna S. Dunn
    Julie Gorman
    Joan Joyner
    Theresa Nelson

    Joyce Joines Newman
    Stephanie Noles
    Darlene Perry
    Rob Thompson
    Kevin Treadway

    Introduction to the Site by Dr. David S. Cecelski

    Class ListServ

    Learning Activities for Teachers

     

    In the discovery and preparation of materials, we gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the following:

    EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY:

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES:
    W. Keats Sparrow, Dean

    DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY:
    Dr. Michael A. Palmer, Chair
    Dr. David C. Dennard
    Dr. Janice Stennette
    Dr. Lu Ann Jones
    Shirley S. Martin

    JOYNER LIBRARY:

    The North Carolina Collection
    Maurice C. York, Director

    Special Collections
    Mary A. Boccaccio, Curator

    Interlibrary Services:
    Patricia R. Guyette
    Glenna Lemasters

    UNIVERSITY MULTIMEDIA CENTER:
    Laurie B. Godwin, Interim Director
    William "Scotty" Smith

    Martha J.S. VanScott, Director, Technology Transfer

     

    NORTH CAROLINA STATE ARCHIVES
    Mr. George Stevenson, Jr., Private Collections Archivist
    All the staff

     

    WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS:

    Robert M. Johnson, Photographer

    Donna Berrios of Hope Cemetery, Worcester, MA

    David J. Rushford, City Clerk of Worcester, MA

    The Rev. Walter Tilleman, Pastor, Pleasant Street Baptist Church, Worcester, MA

    Thomas L. Doughton, Visiting Professor, Center for Interdisciplinary and Special Studies, College of the Holy Cross

    Dr. Janette T. Greenwood, Director, Higgins School of Humanities, Clark University

    WORCESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY
    Ask A Librarian Reference Department
    Nancy Gaudette, Worcester Room Librarian

    WORCESTER HISTORICAL MUSEUM
    Robyn Christensen, Librarian
    Julia Barrow, Librarian
    Joan Bedard

    AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY:
    Nancy H. Burkett, Marcus A. McCorison Librarian
    Laura E. Wasowicz, Reference Specialist for Children's Literature and Graphic Arts

    MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL GUARD MUSEUM
    Col. Leonid Kondratiuk, Director Historical Services
    Kent DeGroodt

    The Rev. Celestine Reid, Belmont Street AME Zion Church

     

    BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS:

    HARVARD UNIVERSITY
    Joe Bourneuf, Head Reference Librarian
    Pam Matz, HCL Research Services
    Barbara Burg, Research Services, Widener Library

    MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Nicholas Graham, Reference Librarian,

     

    BALTIMORE, MARYLAND:

    ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY, State Library Resource Center
        Jeff Korman, Manager, Maryland Department, Baltimore, MD

     

    OTHER CONTRIBUTORS:

    Dr. Joseph P. Reidy, Director, Black Sailors: The Howard University Research Project

    Dr. Patricia C. Click, Division of Technology, Culture, and Communication, The University of Virginia

    Randall K. Burkett, African-American Studies Bibliographer, Special Collections Department, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University

    Professor Nick Salvatore, Cornell University, author of We All Got History (New York: Times Books, 1996)

    Scott W. Schwartz, National Museum of American History Archives Center

    Chi Zang, MD; Fellow, Renal Division, Emory University

    SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR:
        Edward J. Krieser, Commander-in-Chief
        Leo F. Kennedy, National Grave Registration Officer

    Marcia Head, RE/MAX Advantage I Realty, Worcester, MA

    Joseph S. Hall, Jr. , Uxbridge, Massachusetts

    The University of North Carolina Press