South Arkansas Historical Preservation Society

SAHPS Media Audio/Video

The various audio and video files below are all related to programs sponsored or co-sponsored by the SAHPS. These files consist of radio interviews and excerpts from formal presentations about subjects such as World War One, slavery, the American South, local history, mass migrations, War Between The States and feuding. Our thanks to KELD-FM (Noalmark) and the staff at SouthArk for assisting us/providing us with these audio and video recordings. Note: The video excerpts are from the speakers series co-sponsored by the SAHPS and SouthArk. Funding for these lectures has been provided by either the Arkansas Humanities Council or the Union County Community Foundation.

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Now Playing: Lecture with Prof. Story Matkin-Rawn
date: Apr 2, 2015
speaker: Prof. Story Matkin-Rawn
Excerpt from the video of the April 2, 2015 lecture by author and historian Dr. Story Matkin-Rawn, a professor at University of Central Arkansas. The presentation was entitled "African-Americans, Arkansas and the Other Great Migration" and was held at the SouthArk Library Auditorium. The program is part of an ongoing series of history lectures co-sponsored by the SAHPS and SouthArk and was free and open to the public. This project was supported in part by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Our thanks to the SouthArk staff for recording this lecture. Professor Matkin-Rawn is an Assistant Professor at the University of Central Arkansas and received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.