The Resource Oral history interview, part of an oral history project, Greyson Daniels; interviewed by Shannon Gavin, (sound recording)

Oral history interview, part of an oral history project, Greyson Daniels; interviewed by Shannon Gavin, (sound recording)

Label
Oral history interview, part of an oral history project
Title
Oral history interview
Title part
part of an oral history project
Statement of responsibility
Greyson Daniels; interviewed by Shannon Gavin
Creator
Contributor
Interviewee
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • Explores the experiences of Greyson Daniels, a native of Newport News, Virginia, who served four years in Virginia's correctional system before being transferred to the Gemeinschaft Home in Harrisonburg pending his release. The Gemeinschaft Home is a Transitional Therapeutic Community (TTC) that provides counseling, job training and responsibility skills to ex-convicts about to re-enter the community. Describes the events that led to Daniels' sentencing, his incarceration and his experiences in the Gemeinschaft Home program. Discusses Daniels' impressions of the strengths and weaknesses of the TTC program and his steady rise resident to councilor within the system. The interview was conducted less than a week before Greyson Daniels' release
  • The Shenandoah Valley Oral History Project consists of audio interviews, transcripts, and background material dating from 2005-2006 conducted by James Madison University students in Professor Daniel Kerr's course Selected Themes in U.S. History, HIST 339. Interviewees were primarily from Rockingham and Augusta Counties. Topics range from the poultry industry, labor and civil rights activism, Native Americans, Latino immigrants, ex-offenders, the homeless, and gays, lesbians and bisexuals
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Cataloging source
VMC
Date time place
Recorded at the Gemeinschaft Home in Harrisonburg, Virginia, March 15, 2006
Form of composition
unknown
Format of music
not applicable
Former title complexity
  • Forms part of the Shenandoah Valley oral history project, 2005-2006. For details of individual interviews see the following: Oral history interview [sound recording] / John D. Farrish (SdArch no. 29-2). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Betty Kilby Fisher (SdArch no. 29-3). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mabel Johnson (SdArch no. 29-4). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Allen Layman (SdArch no. 29-5). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Kris Maul (SdArch no. 29-6). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Greg Michael (SdArch no. 29-7). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Pat Morrison (SdArch no. 29-8). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Julia Patterson (SdArch no. 29-9). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Tom Peachy (SdArch no. 29-10). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Monica Robinson (SdArch no. 29-11). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Garfield Shelton (SdArch no. 29-12). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Crysta Swarts (SdArch no. 29-13). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Alice Velazquez (SdArch no. 29-14). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Travis Wills (SdArch no. 29-15)
  • For summaries of interviews for which the interviewees have granted permission for online access, but have requested the use of pseudonyms, see bibliographic records for the following: Oral history interview [sound recording] / "Joe" [pseudonym] (SdArch no. 29-16). Oral history interview [sound recording] / "JMU Professor" [pseudonym] (SdArch no. 29-17)
  • For summaries of interviews for which permission for full online access was not expressly given, see bibliographic records for the following: Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mr. Armstrong (SdArch no. 29-18). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Miss Hughes (SdArch no. 29-19). Oral history interview [sound recording] / Mr. Scott (SdArch no. 29-20)
Literary text for sound recordings
interviews
Series statement
James Madison University sound archives
Series volume
no. 29-1.
Label
Oral history interview, part of an oral history project, Greyson Daniels; interviewed by Shannon Gavin, (sound recording)
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Note
  • There are no background papers or stacks copies for this collection
  • Statement of purpose included in transcript
Accompanying material
1 transcript (28 leaves ; 28 cm.) + 1 interview guide (2 leaves ; 28 cm.) + 1 interview journal (3 leaves ; 28 cm.)
Control code
228504145
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Extent
1 sound disc (ca. 56 min.)
Governing access note
  • For use, see Special Collections Librarian
  • There are no copyright restrictions for any audio or documents which are part of the public domain. Images are an exception. Copyright to all images is held by the interviewee and is provided for educational purposes only. They may not be downloaded, reproduced or distributed in any format without permission of the donor. Recordings and textual materials for which pseudonyms were requested have been honored
Other physical details
digital
Reproduction note
System requirements for digital media: QuickTime, RealPlayer or other MP3 compliant player required. For PDF transcripts; Adobe Acrobat Reader required.

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