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Finding Aid for the The Oliver Greene Collection: Garifuna Dugu Interviews 1994-1998
2007.03  
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Description
Interviews with members of the Garifuna community (mainly in Belize). They were originally recorded on open reel format and digitized to CD by the donor, Dr. Oliver Greene. Information in the finding aid was taken directly from the inventory provided.
Extent
1 box (63 cds)
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Availability
Collection is open for research.