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Rural-urban migration--United States.

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Appalachian Studies in Urban Schools

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 28
Scope and Contents Footage of Jubilee festival at the Lincoln Memorial University campus in Harrogate, Tennessee. Cars arriving, people walking around the campus and festival tent area. The Urban Appalachian Council tent is heavily featured, and an interview between a council member and an Appalachian high school teacher currently teaching in Cincinnati discusses the topic of students from Appalachian families in city schools. The teacher talks at length about students struggle to find an identity and the lack of...
Dates: 1973-1976

Lewis King in Dayton Ohio

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 13
Scope and Contents Lewis King visiting Dayton, Ohio. King visits a parking lot where he used to work, visits a city park he would have liked to spend time at while he lived in Dayton, and drives through Dayton. He also interviews a parking lot attendant and another Tennessee transplant, discussing life in Dayton and reasons to return or not return to Tennessee. End of video comprised of audio-only footage of a discussion between Marie Cirillo and several others about a man's (Ralph) short-term work in Baltimore...
Dates: 1973-1976

Lewis King Interview

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 9
Scope and Contents Lewis King from Rose Creek interviewed by John Gaventa. King shares his personal history and describes his experiences of living and working in Dayton, Ohio and then returning to the Clairfield area. King reflects on the differences between city and country life and people, and how things have changed since he was a boy.

Total time: 25 minutes
Dates: 1973-1976

Marie Cirillo Video Collection

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Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Scope and Contents Forty-six (46) open reel videos documenting residents of former coal mining communities in Campbell County and Claiborne County, Tennessee. The bulk of the videos are uneditied raw footage recording the creation of Appalachian folk art, crafts and music, as well as Marie Cirillo's engagement with the communities' efforts to establish health care clinics and local economic development.Following an oral history project conducted by Marie Cirillo and Maureen O'Connell in 1972, a...
Dates: 1973-1976

Marie Cirillo Video Collection

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Identifier: TAMIS-MIC 2020.001
Dates: 1973-1976

Migration 2 Gail Terry

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 35
Scope and Contents A man named Cecil being interviewed (by an associate of Lewis King, possibly Gail Terry) about migrating and living and working in the North. Terty says he did not like living in the North, but had to move there for work. He says he likes a "wet city" because he likes to spend time in a tavern, and in general prefers living in the city to the country. Talks of living near Black people and Peurto Ricans and getting along with them, but it's difficult to get along with people from the mountains....
Dates: 1973-1976

Migration, Dayton, Ohio

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 15
Scope and Contents Lewis King interviews a woman, Phyllis, who lives in Dayton, Ohio. Phyllis is originally from Tennessee, but now lives in Dayton with her husband and five children. She discusses life in Tennessee compared to life in Dayton, and the lack of work in Tennessee that has driven many people to leave home and move north.

Total time: 20 minutes
Dates: 1973-1976

Rural-to-urban migration studies

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Identifier: Cirillo Tape 25
Scope and Contents Tape features several different recordings, beginning with Lewis King interviewing a married couple from the East Tennessee mountains living in Dayton, Ohio. They speak about differences between city life and life in Tennessee. Next section features John Gaventa interviewing a man in Tennessee about his experiences living in the city. This man prefers city life but wants to live in a Tennessee city. Next section features Lewis King driving through a city, presumably Dayton, Ohio. Next section...
Dates: 1973-1976