Family in the Fifties: Hope, Fear, and Rock 'N Roll
This collection consists of taped interviews, transcripts, and student papers connected with "The Family in the Fifties: Hope, Fear, and Rock 'N Roll", an oral history which captured the experiences of Rhode Island residents in that decade .
The Whole World Was Watching, An Oral History of 1968
The collection consists of the interviews conducted by English Honors students at South Kingstown High School with Rhode Island residents regarding their experiences and recollections of the year 1968.
What Did You Do in the War, Grandma? Oral History Project
The collection consists of interviews conducted by Honors English students from South Kingstown High School with Rhode Island women regarding their experiences immediately before, during, and immediately after World War II.
The collection consists of interviews conducted by students of Chariho Regional High School with residents of three communities, Charlestown, Richmond, and Hopkinton, regarding the four broad areas of education, the town meeting, Yankee ingenuity, and the proposed Charlestown nuclear plant.