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Hmong Oral History Project

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Description The Hmong Oral History Project consists of nine interviews with Hmong men and women from the Twin Cities metropolitan area who have immigrated to Minnesota from Laos or Thailand. The interviews are made up of personal stories that describe their experiences both before and after their immigration. Nearly each interview concludes with a statement made by the narrator, a statement of hope or a piece of advice for future generations of Hmong people. COMMENTS: These interviews are the work of Charles Numrich, Linda Rossi and translator May Herr. The interviews, transcription and editing were completed by this team of people. Tapes and transcripts from this project were donated to the Minnesota Historical Society.
Quantity 1 project
10.5 hour sound cassette
75 pages transcript
Format Content Category: sound recordings
Content Category: text
Creation Narrator: Hai, Huang
Interviewer: Numrich, Charles H.
Interviewer: Rossi, Linda
Narrator: Vang, Cher
Narrator: Vu, Lee
Narrator: Xiong, Ms. Khou
Narrator: Yang, Ge
Narrator: Yang, Ger
Narrator: Yang, Nhia Yer
Narrator: Yang, Xeng Sue
Narrator: Ying, Yang Cha
Subjects Hmong (Asian people)
Dates Creation: 11/13/1991 - 01/25/1993

Holding Type Oral History - Project
ID Number OH 16
Accession Number AV1994.94
More Info MHS Library Catalog
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