The Chattanooga women's oral histories collection contains interviews regarding the history of women in Chattanooga, Tennessee recorded in 2016. The interviews document a wide breadth of local history ranging from race relations and education to women in the workforce and family life.
Conditions Governing Access
The Chattanooga women's oral histories collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
The Chattanooga women's oral histories collection is in the public domain and may used without copyright restriction.
The Chattanooga Women’s Oral History Project is a collaborative initiative coordinated by the City of Chattanooga Mayor's Council for Women History Subcommittee with technical support from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to document unique, diverse, and understudied aspects of local history by developing an open data set of linguistic material, sound recordings, and transcripts.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Southern Adventist University undergraduate students in partnership with the City of Chattanooga Mayor's Council for Women History Subcommittee conducted interviews with women in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Each interviewer and interviewee donated their recordings, transcriptions, and/or summary information about the oral history to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on 2016 June 13.
Processing of the Chattanooga women's oral histories collection is completed.
Support for processing the Chattanooga Women's Oral History Project interviews series was funded, in part, by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Office of Research an Sponsored Programs Collaborative Research Initiative for Sponsored Programs from 2016 July 1 to 2017 June 30.