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Virginia Causey Research Collection (MC 413)

 

Biographical Note

Virginia E. Causey (born 1953) grew up in Mississippi and received her B.A. in History from Samford University in 1975. She received her Ph.D. in U.S. History from Emory University in 1983, specializing in the American South. Her main areas of research and publication are the history of Columbus, school desegregation, and effective history teaching. Major publications include "The Long and Winding Road: School Desegregation in Columbus, Georgia, 1963-1997" in the Georgia Historical Quarterly (Fall 2001), "The Constitution: voting Rights" in Culturally Responsive Teaching (McGraw Hill: 2001), and "Strategies for Increasing Achievement in History" in More Strategies for Educating Everbody's Children (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development: 2001).

Dr. Causey taught high school history in the Muscogee County School District for 12 years. She taught history and social studies education at Georgia State University from 1994-2000 before returning to Columbus State. Dr. Causey, Professor of History, retired in May 2012. In 2019, she published Red Clay, White Water and Blues: A History of Columbus, Georgia (University of Georgia Press). She continues to be a civic activist, especially in the areas of sustainable development and environmental issues.

Scope and Content

This collection consists of the research and source material for Virginia Causey's 2019 book, Red Clay, White Water and Blues: A History of Columbus, Georgia as well as for her various courses and publications throughout her career. Topics include Native American history, local and regional history, school desegregation, and labor history of Georgia.

The Collection is organized in the following series:

Series 1: Red Clay, White Water and Blues
Series 2: Muscogee County School District Desegregation
Series 3: Publications and Presentations
Series 4: Teaching Materials
Series 5: Photographs
Series 6: Miscellaneous
Series 7: General Oral Histories

1800s-2018                                                     9 Boxes (8 l.f.)

Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Virginia Causey Research Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Virginia Causey Research Collection (MC 413)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Donated by Virginia Causey in 2018

Note to Researchers

See also:

Muscogee County School District Desegregation Collection (MC 121)
Muscogee County School District/John Burns Collection (MC 231)
Muscogiana Collection (MC 291)

Box and Folder List

Series 1: Red Clay, White Water, and Blues

Box 1: Progressive Era

Folder 1: CD of Histories of Columbus by Martin, CHS, Telfair, and Worsley; 1886 Perspective Map

Folder 2: Columbus Annexations, 1828-1971

Folder 3: Muscogee County School District Historical Dates and Facts, 1866-1958

Folder 4: CD of Rare Books, Maps, and Deeds from Jesse Williams

Folder 5: Red Clay, White Water and Blues Programs on Creek Indians and Textile Industry, 2006

Folder 6: Red Clay, White Water and Blues Programs on Fort Benning and Racial Violence, 2007

Folder 7: High School Curriculum, 1958 and 1963

Folder 8: Baker Arrowhead (Annual), 1950-1964

Folder 9: Carver High School History, 1955-1989

Folder 10: Cohiscan, Columbus High School (Annual), 1945-1965

Folder 11: Jordan Red Jacket (Annual), 1945-1965

Folder 12: Jordan High School History, Volume I, 1955-1956

Folder 13: Spencer High School History, 1956

Folder 14: Spencerian (Annual), 1948-1965

Folder 15: Local Myths

Folder 16: William Winn, "The Medical Center, 1836-1991"

Folder 17: Stuart Rockoff, "The Jews of Columbus," 2012

Folder 18: Historic Columbus and Phenix City Postcards on CD

Folder 19: History of Negro Public Libraries, 1831-1959

Folder 20: History of White Libraries to 1979

Folder 21: Founding Notes and Bibliography

Folder 22: Creek Indians

Folder 23: Gen. Thomas Woodward Letters, 1850s

Folder 24: Prehistoric Indians

Folder 25: Rood's Mounds

Folder 26: Chattahoochee Valley Indian Heritage

Folder 27: John Milton

Folder 28: Antebellum Bibliography and Notes

Folder 29: History of Wynnton School

Folder 30: Clapp's Factory

Folder 31: Industrial Waterfront Map, c.1855

Folder 32: "Let the Record Show," Slavery in the Valley, Columbus Museum

Folder 33: Map of Columbus Theaters, 1828-1871

Folder 34: Civil War Bibliography and Notes

Folder 35: Civil War

Folder 36: Henry L. Benning

Folder 37: Raphael Moses

Folder 38: Secession and Slavery Issues

Folder 39: Iron Works History

Folder 40: John Lupold, Columbus Industrial Waterfront, c. 1860

Folder 41: Randolph Mott, Slave from the Wanderer

Folder 42: Columbus Historical Memory

Folder 43: William F. Scott, Battle of Columbus Memoir, 1893

Folder 44: Battle of Columbus Audio Driving Tour, CD

Folder 45: Reenactment of the Battle of Columbus, 2005

Folder 46: UDC's Henry Wirz Monument at Andersonville

Folder 47: Reconstruction Bibliography and Notes

Folder 48: John Lupold, "The Industrial Reconstruction of Columbus"

Folder 49: Columbus in 1865, New York Times

Folder 50: Jenson, "Let Us Not Be So Far Behind," 2007

Folder 51: "Negros Surpassing Whites," New York Times, 1879

Folder 52: Otto, "The Ashburn Murder Case", GHQ, 1975

Folder 53: Violence, Post-Civil War

Folder 54: Progressive Era Notes and Bibliography

Folder 55: Textiles, Late 1800s

Folder 56: Byrne, "The Columbus Strikes of 1918-1921," M.A. Thesis, 1994

Folder 57: Byrne, GHQ Article on 1918-1919 Strikes, 2007

Folder 58: Eagle and Phenix, Sanborn Map, 1885

Folder 59: "A Brief Social and Economic Survey of Muscogee County," 1917

Folder 60: 1882 Eagle and Phenix Dam

Folder 61: Streetcars (Columbus Railroad Company)

Folder 62: Industrial Education

Folder 63: Gibson, "The Negro Schools of Columbus, GA," 1910

Folder 64: Articles on the Christian Commonwealth

Folder 65: Taylor, "The Woman Suffrage Movement in Georgia"

Folder 66: H. Augusta Howard

Folder 67: "Old Columbus" Families

Folder 68: Spano's Restaurant

Folder 69: The Marble YMCA

Folder 70: William H. Spencer

Folder 71: Clapp, "Tales of the Chattahoochee," 1909

 

Box 2: 1920's-1950's

Folder 1: 1920's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 2: Tom Huston

Folder 3: RC and Coca Cola

Folder 4: The Jordan Company Ads, 1920's

Folder 5: John Nolen City Plan 1925

Folder 6: "Columbus Stockade Blues," Darby and Tarlton

Folder 7: Columbus Stockade

Folder 8: Discography of Chattahoochee Valley Traditional Music

Folder 9: Liberty Theatre and District

Folder 10: Ma Rainey

Folder 11: Golden Park, 1920's - 1940's

Folder 12: John Henrik Clarke

Folder 13: Racist Map Opposing Wynnton Annexation, 1920's

Folder 14: African-Americans at Fort Benning, 1920's

Folder 15: 1930's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 16: Morton, "A Brief History of Federal Relief in Columbus," 1938

Folder 17: Textile Labor, 1930's

Folder 18: Atlanta GM Sit-Down Strike, 1936

Folder 19: Sidney Simons

Folder 20: The Southeastern Peace Officer Convention, 1934

Folder 21: Pro-Chain Store Tax Cartoon, 1939

Folder 22: Ledger-Enquirer

Folder 23: Parson Jack

Folder 24: Boogerville

Folder 25: 1940's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 26: "30 Questions" Voter Test, 1949

Folder 27: Redevelopment of The Bottoms, 1944

Folder 28: Muscogee County School District Reports, Statistics, 1946-1947

Folder 29: Muscogee County School District Reports, Statistics, 1947-1949

Folder 30: "Growing Up Ralston" by Sue Betts, c. 2004

Folder 31: Carson McCullers

Folder 32: Columbus Home Front WWII, Shaw Young Historians

Folder 33: 1950's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 34: Phenix City

Folder 35: Phenix City Tourism Brochure, 1952

Folder 36: "Phenix City 1954," Ledger-Enquirer, July 25, 2004

Folder 37: Primus King Case

Folder 38: Rev. Robert McNeil

Folder 39: Rev. Robert McNeil Photographs, Library of Congress

Folder 40: Textile Labor, 1950's - 1970's

Folder 41: Anti-Private School Amendment Flyer, 1954

Folder 42: Muscogee County School District Reports, Statistics, 1950-1951

Folder 43: Muscogee County School District Reports, Statistics, 1953-1956

Folder 44: Muscogee County School District Reports, Statistics, 1957-1959

Folder 45: Muscogee County School District Peabody Survey, 1957

Folder 46: High School Teachers of Baker, Carver and Spencer, 1955

Folder 47: Muscogee County School District Board Minutes, March 10, 1952

Folder 48: St. Francis Hospital, 1950-2010

Folder 49: Value of White and Colored Schools, 1950

Folder 50: Proposed Lake Oliver Dam, Ledger, 1955

Folder 51: Jim woodruff Dam Flyer, c. 1956

Folder 52: Television

Folder 53: Fredye Marshall

Folder 54: Golden Age of Popular Entertainment

Folder 55: Patterson Murder-Phenix City - Albert Fuller Fingerprints (copy)

 

Box 3: 1960's – 2018

Folder 1: 1960's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 2: Bunky McClung Clark

Folder 3: End of Lunch Counter Segregation

Folder 4: Zinn, Howard: "Albany: A Study in National Responsibility," 1962 - SRC Report

Folder 5: Muscogee County School District Reports and Statistics, 1960-1961

Folder 6: Muscogee County School District Reports and Statistics, 1963-1968

Folder 7: Fort Benning Schools Self-Study, 1962

Folder 8: Fort Benning Riot, 1968

Folder 9: Columbus Confederate Yankees

Folder 10: Columbus Square Mall

Folder 11: Ophelia Devore Mitchell

Folder 12: George Ford

Folder 13: Photos of 14th Street and Dillingham Bridge Entries to Columbus, Ledger, 1960

Folder 14: 1970's - 1980's Bibliography and Notes

Folder 15: The Stocking Strangler

Folder 16: William Henry Hance Serial Killer, 1970's

Folder 17: Michael Curry Murders of Family, 1985

Folder 18: Curtis Grantham Serial Killer, 1980's

Folder 19: Calvin Bailey Murder of Police Officers, 1989

Folder 20: Braxton Nail Autopsy Report

Folder 21: Mayor J.R. Allen

Folder 22: Black Police Protests and Firebombing, 1971

Folder 23: Dr. Robert Wright

Folder 24: William Calley - My Lai Massacre Trial, 1971

Folder 25: "Columbus" in American Preservation, 1981

Folder 26: Springer Opera House

Folder 27: Historic Preservation

Folder 28: Lupold, "Industrial Archeology of Columbus, Ga," 1979

Folder 29: Lupold and Schnell: "Historic Resources at the Falls of the Chattahoochee"

Folder 30: Southern Research, "Removal of the Historic Eagle and Phenix and City Mills Dams," 2017

Folder 31: Goetchius House

Folder 32: Arthur Cotton Moore Plan for Broadway, 1975

Folder 33: Thomas Whitley

Folder 34: Streaking at CSU, 1974

Folder 35: Edna Kendrick

Folder 36: Chickasaw Club

Folder 37: Professional Wrestling

Folder 38: Modern Columbus Bibliography and Notes

Folder 39: Columbus Beyond 2000

Folder 40: White "Urban Revival" in Columbus, 2011

Folder 41: Knight Foundation Poll of Columbus, 2008

Folder 42: Chattahoochee Whitewater Project

Folder 43: River Center

Folder 44: National Infantry Museum

Folder 45: Tourism, 1990's-2000's

Folder 46: Olympics

Folder 47: Coca-Cola Space Science Center

Folder 48: Public Library, Macon Road

Folder 49: Civil War Naval Museum

Folder 50: AFLAC

Folder 51: W.C. Bradley/Bill Turner

Folder 52: Tsys

Folder 53: Synovus

Folder 54: Columbus Bank and Trust

Folder 55: Sam Wellborn Interview, 2016

Folder 56: Lummus

Folder 57: Pratt and Whitney

Folder 58: Textiles, 2000

Folder 59: Textile Labor, 1990's

Folder 60: Carmike

Folder 61: Tom/Snyder-Lance

Folder 62: Economic Growth, 2008-2015

Folder 63: Homelessness and Poverty

Folder 64: Crime, 2008-2009; 2016

Folder 65: St. Francis Hospital, 2015-2016

Folder 66: River Transportation, 20th Century

Folder 67: Lupold, "Change Slowly Comes" to Columbus

Folder 68: Employment, Economic Problems, 2016

Folder 69: Chattahoochee Pollution

Folder 70: Combined Sewer Overflow - Non Compliance, Water Works, 2018

Folder 71: Ga-Fla Water Wars, 2000's

Folder 72: History and Navigation of the Chattahoochee

Folder 73: Transportation, 2000's

Folder 74: White Nationalist Handout, 2013

Folder 75: Union Train Station Historic Preservation

Folder 76: Golden Park, 2016

Folder 77: Ports Authority "Tank Farm" on South Commons

Folder 78: North Columbus Development

Folder 79: Liberty District, 2000's

Folder 80: South Columbus Development

Folder 81: Uptown Growth, 2000's

Folder 82: Friends of the South Commons

Folder 83: Knight Cities Challenge Grant, 2017 (South Commons)

Folder 84: Midtown Development

Folder 85: Midtown "Minimum Grid, Maximum Impact", 2015

Folder 86: Midtown, Inc. "Reimagining our Civic Commons," 2016

Folder 87: City Village Development

Folder 88: Together, 2016

Folder 89: Columbus Chamber of Commerce, 2015

Folder 90: Columbus State Capital Campaign, 2015

Folder 91: School Superintendent Jim Burns Murder, 1992

Folder 92: Elementary Desegregation Plan, 1992

Folder 93: Controversy - Jim Burns, MCSD

Folder 94: MCSD Statistics, Lockett Case, 1990's

Folder 95: MCSD Report Card, 2000-2001

Folder 96: MCSD Superintendent's Report, 2014

Folder 97: Public Education - MCSD 2015

Folder 98: Police Department Demographics, 2000-2015

Folder 99: One Columbus/Race Relations

Folder 100: Kenny Walker Shooting, 2003

Folder 101: Consolidation Government Affirmative Action Report, 2015

Folder 102: Fort Benning Economic Impact, 1999 & 2016

Folder 103: Fort Benning Tour, 2016

Folder 104: School of the Americas

Folder 105: Columbus Sports Council, 2017

Folder 106: Rotary Club History

Folder 107: Butch Anthony

Folder 108: Carolyn Hugely Interviewed, 2016

Folder 109: Ed Harbison Interview, 2016

Folder 110: Greg Davis, Davis Broadcasting

Folder 111: Riverwalk Guide, c. 012

Folder 112: Porterdale - Riverdale Cemetery Guide, c. 2012

Folder 113: Carson McCullers Local Tour Guide, c. 2012

Folder 114: "Shalom Y'all" Program, Columbus Museum, 2014

Folder 115: Columbus Black History Museum and Archives, 2015

Folder 116: Liberty District Interview with Virginia Causey

Folder 117: Riverdale-Porterdale Tour Guide

Folder 118: Chattahoochee Trace Guide

Folder 119: Phenix City Promotional Brochure, 2017

Folder 120: Program for Congressional Club First Ladies Luncheon, 2016

Folder 121: Trinity Episcopal Opposes Gay Bishop, 2003

Folder 122: Muscogee County Land Lots and Districts, c. 2010

Folder 123: 100 People to Remember - Ledger-Enquirer, 2000

 

Series 2: Muscogee County School District Desegregation

Note to Researcher: Virginia Causey used the abbreviation "MCSD" for the Muscogee County School District. You will find this abbreviation used throughout this collection.

Box 4: Columbus Related Materials

Folder 1: Historical Background - Columbus Desegregation

Folder 2: MCSD Desegregation Timeline, 1962-1977

Folder 3: MCSD Diplomas by Race and Type, 1965-1997

Folder 4: Black and White Schools in MCSD, 1971

Folder 5: MCSD Bi-Racial Student Advisory Committee, 1971

Folder 6: MCSD Reports, Statistics, Lockett Case, 1970-1974

Folder 7: MCSD Reports, Statistics, Locket Case, 1975-1979

Folder 8: MCSD Statistics, Locket Case, 1980s

Folder 9: White Parent Opposition, Columbus

Folder 10: Columbus Schools Enrollment/Ratios, 1962-1994

Folder 11: Locket, 1992-1997

Folder 12: MCSD Desegregation - Interview Protocol for Students

Folder 13: MCSD Progress Report, 1988-1989

Folder 14: MCSD Schools Closed, 1970-1994

Folder 15: MCSD Desegregation Reports, 1994-1998

Folder 16: Interview - Bruce Allen, November 14, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 17: Interview - Robert L. Anderson, October 9, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 18: Interview - Lenette W. Bailey (Columbus, GA) February 7, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 19: Interview - Lula L. Bass (Columbus, GA), February 4, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 20: Interview - Susan Bryant, May 21, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 21: Interview - Janice Burton and Tawana Peterson, December 3, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 22: Interview - John R. Camp, October 23, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 23: Interview - Philip Clark and Connie Hern Clark, November 8, 2005
          Contains typed transcript only; tape is missing

Folder 24: Interview - Addie H. Cunningham, February 6, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 25: Interview - Marjorie A. Drury, May 12, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 26: Interview - Doris Dysick, October 24, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 27: Interview - Lola P. Florence, May 19, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 28: Interview - Bruce H. Huff, November 19, 1997
          Contains two cassette tapes and typed transcript

Folder 29: Interview - Jim Humes, November 15, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 30: Interview - Charlotte T. Kaeserman (Columbus, Ga), February 18, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 31: Interview - Constance Johnson, September 16, 1998
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 32: Interview - Leonard L. Leavell
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 33: Interview - Eddie T. Lindsey (Columbus, Ga), February 17, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 34: Interview - Charles L. Liner (Columbus, Ga), February 20, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 35: Interview - Sylvia McCutcheon, October 15, 2005
          Contains transcript only

Folder 36: Interview - Kenneth W. "Buddy" Nelms, October 15, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 37: Interview - Eddie Obleton, October 23, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 38: Interview - Betty Ostrander and Linda Skinner, May 27, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 39: Interview - James Patrick, October 23, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 40: Interview - E. Dewey Renfro, April 21, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 41: Interview - Joan H. Scott, October 7, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 42: Interview - Nicholas Scott, October 14, 2005
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 43: Interview - Ronnie Shehane (Columbus, GA), February 18, 1997
         Contains typed transcript

Folder 44: Interview - Judy Smith & Betty Greer, October 9, 1997
          Contains one cassette and typed transcript

Folder 45: Interview - Jeff Spicer and Kim Scott Spicer, October 8, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 46: Interview - Kathy Summerfld, October 14, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 47: Interview - Harry L. Vernon, May 5, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 48: Interview - Glenn Wells, October 17, 2005
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 49: Interview - Joseph Wiley, Jr., November 20, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 50: Interview - Thomas Leo Works (Columbus, Ga), February 5, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 51: Interview - Mattie K. Wright (Columbus, Ga), January 20, 1997
          Contains typed transcript

Folder 53: Interview - Jill Yates, November 16, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

 

Box 5: Non-Muscogee County School District Desegregation Materials

Folder 1: Georgia Center for School Desegregation (UGA)

Folder 2: Georgia Center for School Desegregation Timeline

Folder 3: Interview - Morrill Hill, Harry Williams, Milton Hills, 1998
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 4: Interview - Harry B. Williams, November 18, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 5: Interview - Milton Hill, November 18, 1997
         Contains two cassette tapes

Folder 6: Interview - John W. Culbreath, September 29, 1998
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 7: Interview - Gardner Hobbs, October 12, 1998
          Contains one cassette tape and typed transcript

Folder 8: Interview - Dr. Morrill Hall, October 3, 1997
          Contains one cassette tape

Folder 9: Dekalb County Desegregation by Marcus Patton, June 3, 1998

Folder 10: "Integration or Segregation? A Case Study of African American Education in Indianapolis in the 1920's" by Eric R. Jackson

Folder 11: "Prevented from Mingling Easily and Generally with the Rest: African-American Settlements in Chicago 1900 to 1920," by Anne Meis Knupfer

 

Series 3: Publications and Presentations

Box 6: Presentations

Folder 1: "Empowering Faculty through Diversity Issues," 1995 (co-presented)

Folder 2: "I Really Don't Know Anything," 1998 (co-presented)

Folder 3: "White Blues/Black Blues," Summer Wind Presentation, 1998

Folder 4: "Old Wine in New Bottles: The Persistence of White Privilege during School Desegregation in a Progressive Georgia City," 1999

Folder 5: "Images of Women in Popular Music, 1900-1930," 1999

Folder 6: "Red Clay, White Water and Blues (local tour), 2005

Folder 7: "Writing-to-Learn," 2005

Folder 8: Red Clay, White Water and Blues History Programs, 2006-2008

Folder 9: Red Clay, White Water and Blues Adventure, 2007

Folder 10: Columbus Civil War Tour, 2007

Folder 11: Tuskegee University Tour, 2007

Folder 12: "Southern Food IS Indian Food," 2007

Folder 13: "Our Water is our Wealth," 2007

Folder 14: "Lewis and Clark Among the Indians," 2008

Folder 15: Riverwalk Tour, 2008

Folder 16: African American History Tour, 2008

Folder 17: Literary Columbus Tour, 2008

Folder 18: Russell County-Phenix City Tour, 2008

Folder 19: "Augusta Evans and St. Elmo," 2008

Folder 20: "Benjamin Hawkins and the 'Civilization' of the Creeks," 2009

Folder 21: "Contested Remembrances," 2010

Folder 22: Scavenger Hunt of Uptown, 2011

Folder 23: Civil War Walking tour, 2011

Folder 24: Phenix City and Tour, 2011

Folder 25: Dedication of Women's Bread Riot Historical Marker, 2011

Folder 26: Civil War and More Walking Tour, 2015

Folder 27: African Americans in the 20th and 21st Century Columbus, 2018

 

Box 7: Publications

Folder 1: "Elements of Change: Diversity", GPTV, 1994

Folder 2: "Cultural Diversity is a Foreign Term to Me", Teaching and Teacher Education, March 13, 1998

Folder 3: "Drafted Into the Front Lines," Research in the Schools, 1999

Folder 4: "For (white) Men Only", The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, March 26, 2000

Folder 5: "E-mail Journals as a Tool for Facilitating Critical Reflection on Diversity Issues", Perspectives in Learning, Spring 2001

Folder 6: "The Long and Winding Road: School Desegregation in Columbus, Georgia 1963-1997," The Georgia Historic Quarterly, Fall 2001

Folder 7: Culturally Responsive Teaching, 2001

Folder 8: "Expecting Excellence: The Model of Appropriate Practice for Teacher Candidates", CSU 2001

Folder 9: "Strategies for Increasing Achievement in History," More Strategies for Educating Everybody's Children, 2001 (Co-authored with Beverly J. Armento)

Folder 10: Muscogee County School District Desegregation Article Series, 2002

Folder 11: Book Review of The Strike that Changed New York, 2005

Folder 12: "Teaching the U.S. History Survey with Primary Sources", Journal of the Georgia Association of Historians," 2007

Folder 13: "Battle of Columbus and Historical Memory," Muscogiana, Spring 2008

Folder 14: "150 Years Later: Our Civil War and Its Legacy", Columbus Museum, 2010 (co-authored)

Folder 15: "Carson McCullers' Columbus: An Historical Perspective, Muscogiana, Fall 2012

Folder 16: "The Milton-Camp Murder:Honor and Violence in Old Columbus," Muscogiana, 2014

Folder 17: "Columbus 'Martyr'," Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, June 2015

Folder 18: "Sydney Simons: The Man Behind the Boulevard," Muscogiana, 2015 (co-authored)

 

Series 4: Teaching Materials

Note to researchers: Due to size of series and space in the box, Series 4, 5, and 6 are located within the same box.

Box 8: Teaching Materials/Photographs/Misc.

Folder 1: Ocmulgee Lessons, 1994

Folder 2: Auburn Avenue, 1995
          History of area known as Sweet Auburn Avenue in Atlanta

Folder 3: Piedmont Park, 1995

Folder 4: Work 'N Progress: Stories of Southern Labor Lesson Projects, 1997
          History of sit-ins and protests from the textile mill and labor unions

Folder 5: Bell Bomber Lessons (Work 'N Progress), 1997
          Bell Bomber Plant located in Marietta, Georgia

Folder 6: Randolph and Pullman Porters Lessons (Work 'N Progress), 1997
          Lesson on A. Phillip Randolph and the Labor March on Washington, 1963

Folder 7: Uprising of '34 (Work 'N Progress), 1997
          Lesson regarding the General Textile Strike of 1934

Folder 8: Fulton Bag Strike 1914-1915 (Work 'N Progress), 1997

Folder 9: Fulton Bag Strike Primary Sources (1 of 2)

Folder 10: Fulton Bag Strike Primary Sources (2 of 2)

Folder 11: China - Skills Builder for Middle and High School, 1997

Folder 12: Did World War II Lead to Democracy in Georgia?, 1998
          Lesson includes Winds of Change Over the Air: WSB Radio and the Politics of Postwar Georgia

Folder 13: Lynching Lessons, MLK Center Project, 2002

Folder 14: Lynching Materials, MLK Center Project, 2002

Folder 15: Early Mentoring Plan, History Department

Folder 16: Native American Stereotypes Materials

Folder 17: The New South - Teaching Materials, CSU

Folder 18: History of Georgia Teaching Materials, CSU
          Lesson plans on various events in Georgia state history

Folder 19: U.S. History 1790-1900, Teaching Materials, CSU

Folder 20: U.S. History 1900-Depression Era, Teaching Materials, CSU

Folder 21: U.S. History WWII – Present, Teaching Materials, CSU

Folder 22: Oral History Guidelines

Folder 23: Neighborhood/Local History Project Guidelines, CSU

Folder 24: Summer 2008 Courses taught in Montana

 

Series 5: Photographs

Box 8: Teaching Materials/Photographs/Misc.

Folder 1: Miscellaneous Printed Images

Folder 2: Miscellaneous Photographs

          Photographs include Golden Park ticket office, historic homes, Military parades, Chattahoochee River and other Columbus sites

Folder 3: African American, General Photographs disposed by the Ledger-Enquirer

Folder 4: Springer Theatre Trustees

Folder 5: Sidney Simons Family Photographs

Folder 6: Historical Postcards by Local Artists

Folder 7: African-American Leaders, Civil Rights

Folder 8: G. Gunby Jordan

Folder 9: W.C. Bradley and Bill Turner

Folder 10: The Rozell Show

Folder 11: School Desegregation, MCSD, 1970's

Folder 12: V-E Day, Columbus, 1945

 

Series 6: Miscellaneous

Box 8: Teaching Materials/Photographs/Misc.

Folder 1: Virginia Causey Vita, 2012 (Year of Retirement)

Folder 2: Faculty Profile, IMPACT, 2007

Folder 3: Dean's Award for Innovation, 2001

Folder 4: Awards

Folder 5: HCF Award for South Commons

 

Series 7: General Oral Histories

Box 9: General Oral Histories

Folder 1: Interview - Rudolph Allen, Sr. (December 2, 2015)
          Contains one CD

Folder 2: Interview - Rasheeda K. Ali (March 19, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; subject: Spencer High School and its restoration

Folder 3: Interview - Joe Alvarez Interview Guide (March 25, 2016)
          Contains CD; Alvarez was a Textile Labor Organizer in the 1980s

Folder 4: Interview - Elizabeth Barker (March 7, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape

Folder 5: Interview - Frank Bickerstaff
          Contains one CD

Folder 6: Interview -Tom B. Black (February 12, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; subject: Tom's Foods and Bradley-Turner Foundation

Folder 7: Interview - Dr. James Brewbaker (March 16, 2011)
          Contains one CD; Subject: Changes in Education in MCSD and CSU

Folder 8: Interview - John Daniel Fourham (March 18, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: WWII and the Ledger-Enquirer

Folder 9: Interview - Cathy Fussell (March 17, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Carson McCullers influence on the South

Folder 10: Interview - Robert Holcombe (February 22, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: History of the Civil War Naval Museum

Folder 11: Interview - Ray Minton (March 9, 2011)
          Contains one CD; Subject: Pine Mountain Valley

Folder 12: Interview - Nolan Murrah (March 18, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: R.C. Cola

Folder 13: Interview - Gov. John M. Patterson (April 19, 2017)
          Contains one CD

Folder 14: Interview - Virginia Peebles (February 25, 2011)
           Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Historic preservation in Columbus, Ga

Folder 15: Interview - Michael A. Reeves (March 11, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Desegregation in MCSD

Folder 16: Interview - John M. Sheftall (February 25, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: John Banks Family History

Folder 17: Interview - Rosa Stanback (March 29, 2011)
           Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Desegregation in public schools

Folder 18: Interview - Dick Timmerberg (March 1, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Role of West Point Lake in Water Wars

Folder 19: Interview - Marie Watson (July, 21, 1993)
          Contains two cassette tapes; Subject: Boogerville

Folder 20: Interview - Billy Winn (March 8, 2011)
          Contains one cassette tape; Subject: Race Relations and the Stocking Strangler

Folder 21: Interview - Dr. Robert Wright (April 6, 2016)
          Contains one CD