Beatrice Funnye Interview
Crawford, Eric (Interviewer)
Beatrice Funnye is a native of Plantersville, who has three sons, one of whom is Ray Funnye (also interviewed). She grew up attending a one-room school near Annie Village while she worked for a white family. Because she did not have transportation, she couldn't attend any longer than the fifth grade. She recalls her poor health when she was younger, as well as race relations throughout Plantersville.
Plantersville (S.C.)--History;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Economic conditions;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Race relations;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Social life and customs;African Americans--Employment--South Carolina;Gullahs--South Carolina--Interviews;Gullahs--Plantersville (S.C.)--Interviews;Funnye, Beatrice;Plantersville (S.C.)
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Funnye, Beatrice and The Athenaeum Press, "Beatrice Funnye Interview" (2019). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 3.