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Verbal Portrait and interview analysis

November 9, 2010

Jimmy Jones is a tall African American man, he stands about 6’7, or maybe a little bit shorter. He was dressed in a black and grey sweater, that matched his black slacks, with a white dress shirt underneath, on his feet he was wearing white tied up sneakers.  On his head he wore a hat […]

NC Sources

November 2, 2010

Chronicles of Pitt County North Carolina (Pitt County Schools Brief History, Willis Haynie Davenport) Gives us a brief summary of the Mr. Davenport the principal who took over after the schools name was changed.  It also gave us a picture of the first graduating class from C.M. Eppes High School. Agriculture Education Industry. (1760). The […]


October 26, 2010

MP #1 For my project in English 1200 I was given the task to choose a school and trace that schools history and explain what it was like prior to segregation.  I decided I would first choose the school that I was originally researching, but shortly after I found out that JH Rose High School […]

Questioning your Fieldnotes

October 12, 2010

What Surprised Me? In viewing my notes there were a few things that surprised me.  Everytime the students walked out for practice the blacks were always with the blacks and the whites with the whites.  But when it came time for practice to start the spreaded out and were talking to each other. What Intrigued […]

Locker Room

October 7, 2010


September 28, 2010

Throughout the 1950’s and 1960’s America was plagued with racial segregation.  It was not until the late 1960”s that schools were finally intergrated and Black’s and White went to school together. What I am looking to do with this project is look at JH Rose High school prior to intergration.  Although JH Rose was not […]

GC Revised

September 20, 2010

Sources Smith, G. (2007). Blindsided by HISTORY. Sports Illustrated, 106(15), 66-75. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier database. This article describes a 1957 high school football team in Little Rock, Arkansas.  The team was ranked the best high school football team in the nation at the time.  One of the first racial integrations of that time had just […]