Documenting African American Migration, Segregation, and Civil Rights History at Manhattan Project National Historical Park (MAPR), Hanford

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Title

Documenting African American Migration, Segregation, and Civil Rights History at Manhattan Project National Historical Park (MAPR), Hanford

Subject

African Americans; Oral History

Description

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted through the Pacific Northwest Cooperative Ecosystems Unit, Task Agreement P17AC01288

Creator

National Park Service

Publisher

Hanford History Project

Date

9/1/2017-9/1/2019

Rights

For permission to publish or for more information contact the Hanford History Project.

Relation

RG2D_4D AACCES Oral History Project

Language

English

Identifier

RG2_8

Items in the Documenting African American Migration, Segregation, and Civil Rights History at Manhattan Project National Historical Park (MAPR), Hanford Collection

Interview with Dan Carter
Dan Carter moved to Richland, Washington in 1964 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1964-1996.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This…

Interview with Joe Williams
Joe Williams moved to the Tri-Cities in 1943 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Interview with Velma Ray
Velma Ray moved to Pasco, Washington to work on the Hanford Site during the Manhattan Project.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the…

Interview with Cornelius Walker
Cornelius Walker moved to the Tri-Cities in 1948 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Interview with James Pruitt
James Pruitt moved to the Tri-Cities in 1948 and was influential in civil rights movements.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives…

Interview with Olden Richmond
Olden Richmond moved to Pasco, Washington in 1943 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Interview with Thomas Moore
Thomas Moore moved to Pasco, Washington in 1949 and opened many local businesses.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of…

Interview with Luzell Johnson
Luzell Johnson moved to Pasco, Washington in 1944 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Interview with Benny Haney
Benny Haney moved to the Tri-Cities in 1944 to work on the Hanford Site.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of African…

Interview with Virginia Crippen
Virginia Crippen moved to Pasco, Washington in 1948 and was a successful business owner.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the lives of…

Interview with Edward Ash, Sr.
Edward Ash, Sr. moved to Pasco, Washington in 1947 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1947-1981.

An interview conducted by the African American Community Cultural and Educational Society (AACCES) as part of an oral history project documenting the…

Interview with Wally Webster
Wally Webster moved to Pasco, Washington in 1962 and was influential in local and national Civil Rights movements.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with Edward Wallace
An interview with Edward Wallace conducted as park of a National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted through the Pacific…

Interview with Maurice Watson
Maurice Watson moved to the Tri-Cities in 1975 to work on the Hanford Site.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted…

Interview with Jim Stoffels
Jim Stoffels moved to Richland, Washington in 1962 and was involved in local civil rights movements.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This…

Interview with Reverend Jeannette Sparks
Reverend Jeannette Sparks moved to Pasco, Washington as a child in 1951.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted…

Interview with Bobby Sparks
Bobby Sparks moved to Pasco, Washington in 1965 as a child and began working on the Hanford Site in 1982.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities.…

Interview with John Slaughter
John Slaughter moved to Kennewick, Washington in 1965 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1965-1973.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This…

Interview with Rickie Robinson
Rickie Robinson was born in Pasco, Washington in 1952. Rickie's parents moved to Pasco, Washington in 1947 and were influential in the community.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to…

Interview with Bryan and Rhonda Rambo
Bryan and Rhonda Rambo were both born in Pasco, Washington. Their parents moved to Pasco, Washington in the early 1950s.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the…

Interview with Andy and Shirley Miller
Shirley Miller moved to Richland, Washington in 1951 and was involved in local civil rights movements. Andy Miller was born in Richland, Washington in 1953. A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American…

Interview with Liz Curfman
Liz Curfman moved to the Tri-Cities area in 1968. Liz Curfman worked on the Hanford Site from 1968-2007.

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A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with Emma Peoples
Emma Peoples moved to Richland, Washington in 1957 as a teenage and worked on the Hanford Site from 1973-1996.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with Vanessa Moore
Vanessa Moore was born in Richland, Washington in 1956 and started working on the Hanford Site in 1991.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities.…

Interview with Ellenor Moore
Ellenor Moore moved to Pasco, Washington in 1950 as a teenager.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted through the…

Interview with Greg Mitchell
Greg Mitchell was born in Pasco, Washington in 1953 and grew up in Richland, Washington. Greg worked on the Hanford Site from 1972-2005.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford…

Interview with David (Duke) Mitchell
Duke Mitchell grew up in the Tri-Cities first in Pasco, Washington then Richland, Washington. Mitchell worked on the Hanford Site from 1993-2009.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to…

Interview with Wayne Martin
Wayne Martin moved to Richland, Washington in 1975 and worked for Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities.…

Interview with Aubrey Johnson
Aubrey Johnson moved to Pasco, Washington as a child in 1946.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted through the…

Interview with Emmitt Ray Jackson
Emmitt Jackson was born in Richland, Washington in 1950 and started working on the Hanford Site in 1977.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities.…

Interview with Kathy (Brouns) Harvey
Kathy (Brouns) Harvey was born in Richland, Washington in 1954. Her mother Nyla was influential in local Civil Rights movements.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the…

Interview with Gordon Guice
Gordon Guice was born in Pasco, Washington in 1952 and worked on the Hanford Site various times between 1982-2016.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with Mae Fite
Mae Fite moved to Pasco, Washington in 1950 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1967-2009.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project…

Interview with Vanis and Edmon Daniels
Vanis and Edmon Daniels moved to Pasco, Washington in 1951 and both worked on the Hanford Site.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This…

Interview with C.W. Brown
C.W. Brown moved to Richland, Washington in 1948, and worked at the Hanford Site from 1964-1994.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This…

Interview with Donald Bell, Sr.
Donald Bell, Sr. was born in 1958 in Pasco, Washington and worked on the Hanford Site from 1976-2009.

Interview with Marion Keith Barton
Keith Barton was born in Pasco, Washington in 1951 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1969-1975 and 1978-2015.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with Dallas Barnes
Dallas Barnes moved to Pasco, Washington in 1952 as a child.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted through the…

Interview with Dallas Barnes, Webster Jackson, Albert Wilkins at Morning Star Baptist Church, Pasco, WA.
Dallas Barnes, Webster Jackson and Albert Wilkins discuss life in Pasco since 1950 and the history of the Morningstar Baptist Church.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and…

Interview with Rose Allen
Rose Allen moved to Pasco, Washington from Arkansas in the early 1950's.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities. This project was conducted…

Interview with Clarence Alford
Clarence Alford moved to Pasco, Washington in 1968 and taught for the Pasco School District for many years.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding…

Interview with John Abercrombie
John Abercrombie has lived in the Tri-Cities since 1967 and worked on the Hanford Site from 1967-1995.

A National Park Service funded project to document the history of African American contributions to Hanford and the surrounding communities.…

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