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Environmental Oral Histories of Southeastern North Carolina is a multimedia print and digital archive that preserves local knowledges of ecology, sustainable agriculture, and history. With the support of the Office of Academic Affairs and Mary Livermore Library, this collection is preserved and disseminated in print and online.

These interviews were conducted by students in several terms of UNCP’s Environmental Literature course (AIS/ENG 2410), taught by Jane Haladay, Ph.D., of American Indian Studies and Scott Hicks, Ph.D., of English & Theatre. For this assignment, students considered the following questions with interviewees:

By recording and preserving the experiences and expertise of local residents, the objective of this collection is to empower students, researchers, and community leaders with knowledge they can use to steward our region’s human and natural resources.

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