WPA American Slave Narratives

In the 1930s, different historians, folklorists, and others as a part of the Works Progress Administration, made a point to interview the aging population of black Americans who were alive before the Civil War and remembered slavery. They collected more than 2,300 narratives and memoirs called the WPA American Slave Narratives. T

In what ways were the roles of African American men significantly different from women before the Civil War?