The Sulphur Springs Heritage project is part of an ongoing commitment by the University of South Florida designed to address the rising interest in, and need for, heritage management by communities, civic organizations, and other groups focused on preserving the past as a key cultural resource. As part of that project, the six interviews in this collection were conducted in 2002-2003 by graduate student C.J. Brown for her master's thesis in anthropology, Mapping a Generation: Oral History Research in Sulphur Springs, FL.
Submissions from 2010
Carolyn Arnold Oral History Interview, Carolyn Jones Arnold
Mary Gardener Carpenter, Marion Gardener Floyd, and Jack Floyd oral history interview, Mary Gardener Carpenter, Marion Gardener Floyd, and Jack Floyd
Ruth Deike Oral History Interview, Ruth Sanders Deike
Emma Hewlett Rivers and Dorothy Richmond Hewlett oral history interview, Emma Hewlett Rivers and Dorothy Richmond Hewlett
Ruth Miller Weaver Oral History Interview, Ruth Miller Weaver