Sites
1.  Oral Histories
http://www.everton.com/GENEALOG/GENEALOG.ORALHIST
Provides the definition and an overview of the advantages for this method of
record keeping. Also features tips for interviewers.
2.  Discovery Channel - Jim Crow Maryland Oral Histories
http://school.discovery.com/learningcomm/promisedland/showcase/mdoralhist/ji
mcrow.html
High school project shares the experiences of African-Americans who lived in
Montgomery County during Jim Crow. Read the transcripts.
3.  Oral Histories of World War II - Navy Nurse
http://www.history.navy.mil./faqs/faq87-3b.htm
Read this Pennsylvania-born nurse's recollections of time spent in the South
Pacific and the Philippines. Includes a discussion of American POWs.
4.  Holocaust Survivor Oral Histories
http://holocaust.umd.umich.edu/
Features audio clips of holocaust survivors, and describes the University of
Michigan project and archives.
5.  Oral Histories - Family Tree Maker Back Issue
http://www.familytreemaker.com/issue2.html
Find a collection of articles that give help to those who want to preserve
their family's oral histories.
6.  Chicago Architects Oral Histories
http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/dept_architecture/oralhistory.html
Summary of transcribed interviews and biographical information of major
architects who have contributed to 20th century Chicago architecture.
7.  DuMont Television - Thomas Goldsmith Oral History
http://www.ieee.org/organizations/history_center/oral_histories/transcripts/
goldsmith8.html
Goldsmith discusses early television technology and his association with the
DuMont television network.
8.  Computer Oral History Collection - Lemelson Center
http://www.si.edu/lemelson/dig/computeroralhistory.html
Describes a collection of materials on the development of the computer
housed in the Lemelson Center at the National Museum of American History.
9.  Rosenak Oral History Interview - Smithsonian Institute
http://www.si.edu/artarchives/oralhist/rosena99.htm
Read an interview with this team of pioneering folk art collectors who have
written a book and curated major exhibitions.
10.  Junior Historians - Doing Oral History
http://www.ncbe.gwu.edu/miscpubs/tesol/tesoljournal/juniorhi.htm
Provides a structure for assigning ESL students oral history projects where
they interview parents or grandparents.