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August 20, 2013

New Oral History Page Available – Voices of Minnesota

Filed under: What's New — Lori Williamson @ 11:58 am

The Minnesota Historical Society is pleased to announce that it now has the largest digitally available Oral History collection in the country – and possibly the world!

The collection had previously only been available on tape cassette or as paper transcriptions. Through years of digitization and cataloging Voices of Minnesota is the new online portal to the more than 1,300 Oral History interviews in our collection. You can search for specific oral history interviews through Collections Online or by subject matter on Voices of Minnesota.

Projects available online range from World War II to recent immigrants, politics, art, and much more.

Keep checking back – more Oral History projects and interviews are being added all the time!

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