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Native American Oral History Interviews

A guide to the Native American History Project collection housed within the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program and supported through the UF Libraries’ Digital Collections, with funding from the Doris Duke Chartable Foundation.

Citing Oral Histories

SPOHP uses a citation format based on the Chicago Manual of Style guide; please use this format or a comparable version that adheres to other citation styles (e.g. American Psychological Association, Modern Language Association) as needed: 

Example: 

Transcript, (Name of interviewee), Oral History Interview with (Name of interviewer), (Date of interview), (page number), Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Collection, P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, University of Florida.

The SPOHP archive, in both digital and physical format, is available for noncommercial use by research scholars, students, journalists, genealogists, and the public. Documents may be accessed through the UF Digital Collections, as well as the print archive in Pugh Hall. For access to physical research objects, please visit the offices of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program in Room 241 of Pugh Hall, or contact SPOHP by phone at (352) 392-7168

 

Citing Interviews by Style (general) 

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