Oral History: Jo Ford

Subject

Oral History; People; Work; TVA; segregation; civil rights movement

Creator

Ford, Jo.

Date

Contributor

Brian Murphy
Vicki Goldston

Rights

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Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Sound Recording-Nonmusic

Identifier

TMB_RCD_1.mp3
TMB_RCD_2.mp3
TMB_RCD_3.mp3
TMB RCD Transcript 1-3.docx

Interviewer

Brian Murphy
Vicki Goldston

Interviewee

Jo Ford

Location

Trinity M.B. Church, Florence Alabama

Original Format

MP3

Duration

TMB_RCD_1: 20:00
TMB_RCD_2: 2:48
TMB_RCD_3: 14:38

Time Summary

TMB_RCD_1: 00:55 to 12:50--TVA recruitment; nursing
                      12:51 to 17: 48--Early life; Shiloh school to high  school; Burrell School fire
                      17:49 to 20:00--College and nursing career
TMB_RCD_2: 00:01 to 02:48--Later life
TMB_RCD_3: 00:01 to 14:38--Early life in Florence; segregation; integration; Civil Rights; moving to white neighborhoods;

Files

TMB RCD 1.mp3
TMB RCD 2.mp3
TMB RCD 3.mp3
TMB RCD 1-3 transcript.docx

Collection

Citation

Ford, Jo., “Oral History: Jo Ford,” Shoals Black History, accessed January 21, 2020, https://shoalsblackhistory.omeka.net/items/show/194.