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Document Details


Title: Hutton-Seaberry-Moore, Lucy
Document type: Oral history
Accessibility: Free Only
Repository: University of Southern Mississippi. Center for Oral History and Cultural Heritage
Collection: Mississippi Oral History Project
Description: Ms. Lucy Hutton-Seaberry-Moore was born on October 17, 1945, in Cleveland, Mississippi. Her father left Mississippi when she was a child, going to Tennessee to find work. Although her mother and her seven siblings made their living by chopping and picking cotton, her mother made sure that she and her siblings also attended school at least half a day. The Cleveland schools were segregated, and Ms. Hutton-Seaberry-Moore attended all-black schools. In 1964, Ms. Hutton-Seaberry-Moore was graduated from Eastside High School; she then attended Coahoma Junior College and Delta State University. She was the first African-American student to enter Delta State University, and she played intramural sports there in the 1960s.
URL: http://www.lib.usm.edu/~spcol/coh/cohhuttonseaberryl.html
Original Language: English
Time span: Not indicated ... to 1999 (Year of interview)
Speaker: Hutton-Seaberry-Moore, Lucy, 1945-
Speaker gender: Female
Speaker date of birth: 17-Oct-1945
Speaker place of birth: Cleveland, MS; Mississippi; United States; North America
Speaker race: Black
Speaker occupation: Activist
Age at speaking: 54
Document date: 11-Sep-1999
Interviewer: Bolton, Charles
Locations discussed: Mississippi; North America; United States
Topics discussed - ASP terms: Agriculture; Cities and towns--Mississippi; City and town life--Mississippi; Community; Local history; Mississippi; Mississippi--History; North America; Oral history; United States
ASP release: 2005-06
Document code: OHI0025655-27557