did you do in the war, Grandma? An Oral History of Rhode Island Women
during World War II written by students in the Honors English Program at
South Kingstown High School. URL: http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/WWII_Women/tocCS.html
to Live Together in Good Times and Bad" tells the story of Naomi Craig,
a "church person and defense plant worker," as interviewed by Aileen Keenan.
This site includes a Real Audio presentation of the entire interview.
It can be found at http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/WWII_Women/LearningToLiveTogether.html
The Whole World Was Watching:
An Oral History of 1968 is a joint project between SouthKingstown High
School and Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group. The project was
sponsored by the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities and NetTech:
the Northeast Regional Technology in Education Consortium. The resource
contains transcripts, audio recordings, and edited stories of a series
of interviews conducted in the spring of 1998. Members of the Sophomore
Class at SKHS interviewed Rhode Islanders about their recollections of
the year 1968. Their stories, which include references to the Vietnam War,
the struggle for Civil Rights, the Assassinations of Martin Luther King
and Robert Kennedy as well as many more personal memories are a living
history of one of the most tumultuous years in United States history.
The URL is: http://www.stg.brown.edu/projects/1968/
The Vietnam Archive Oral
History Project at Texas Tech University conducts interviews with people
who participated in the events surrounding the American Wars in Southeast
Asia. Their interviews include American, Allied, and South Vietnamese military
and civilian personnel, North Vietnamese and Viet Cong military and civilian
personnel, civilians on the home fronts, deserters, and protesters.
Transcripts and streaming audio of interviews are available from online
links at: http://www.vietnam.ttu.edu/oralhistory/