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Wynnton Road Oral History Project (MC 270)

Scope and Contents

In the spring of 2010, students in Dr. Amanda Rees' Cultural Landscapes class at Columbus State University studied the cultural landscape of the Wynnton neighborhood of Columbus, Georgia to better understand their community. The students interviewed 10 community leaders and other residents who lived and worked both north and south of the road, often called the “Macon-Dixon Line”, suggesting a hard division between north and south Columbus. Instead, Wynnton residents on both sides of Macon Road displayed a strong sense of community pride. Each folder contains a release form and an audiocassette tape. There are no transcripts of the interviews.

2010 1 box (.3 l.f.)


Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Wynnton Road Oral History Project must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Wynnton Road Oral history Project (MC 270)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

This collection was placed in the CSU archives in 2010 by Dr. Amanda Rees.


Folder List

1 – Charles Walter (Chip) Campbel linterviewed by April Davis

2 – Tyler Fleming interviewed by Elyse Smith and Ashley Hurt

3 – Milton Lockett interviewed by April Davis

4 – Kendra Wright interviewed by Ashley Hurt and Elyse Smith

5 – William Wright interviewed by Rebecca Weed and Alphaeus Newman

6 – David A. Young interviewed by Becky Weed and Alphaeus Newman