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During the Depression, the Works Progress Administration undertook to interview surviving freedpeople throughout the American South. I’m looking for a volume dedicated to interviews done in Arkansas. Can you find it and give the names of two of the interviewees?






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The WPA Slave Narratives are public domain documents available from the federal government.

As a public domain book, I would first recommend searching project gutenberg.

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