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Guide to the West Indian Carnival Documentation Project records
||Brooklyn Historical Society (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.).
||The West Indian Carnival Documentation Project records
||This collection includes research materials, oral histories, and photographs collected
through the West Indian Carnival Documentation Project, undertaken by Brooklyn Historical
Society in the mid-1990s. The project attempted to supplement existing scholarship
with oral histories done with members of the West Indian community and Carnival participants.
||28.0 gigabytes in 288 files, total running time: 30 hr., 15 min., 57 sec.; 5.0 linear feet in 9 boxes
|Language of Materials:
||Materials in English.
||The oral histories were processed and described as part of the projects, ‘Voices of
Generations: Investigating Brooklyn's Cultural Identity,’ funded by the National Historical
Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) and 'Voices of Crown Heights,' funded
by New York Community Trust.