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INDEX TO NOTES ON INTERVIEWS

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Index to Interviews

Bouta-Guèye, Amadou. (Thiès, 20 June 1992). Retired railroad worker who lived near union headquarters in Dakar during the 1947-1948 strike and who knew Ibrahim Sarr personally. Tape recording in Jim Jones collection.

Diombana, Cheihk Sidya. (Bamako, April 14 & April 16, 1992). Secretary-general of the retired railwaymen's association in Bamako ( Association des Cheminots Retraités ). M. Diombana also shared notes and personal papers associated with the 1938 and 1947 railway strikes. Tape recording and photocopies in Jim Jones collection.

Diop, Fousseyni. (Bamako-Korofina, May 12, 1992). Director of the railway repair facilities located east of Bamako at Korofina. Tape recording in Jim Jones collection.

Interviews with retired railroad workers (Kayes, March 16, 1992). The main speaker was Mahmadou Köita, president of the retired railwaymen's association in Kayes (Association des Cheminots Retraitées, Section de Kayes). Tape recording in Jim Jones collection.

Notes on miscellaneous interviews with people in Mali (March 14-May 21, 1992)

Sembene, Ousmane. (Dakar, June 16, 1992). Author of a novel, God's Bits of Wood, about the 1947 railway strike. Tape recording in Jim Jones collection.

Traore, Albert. (Ségou, April 29, 1992) Born in Bamako in 1922, Traoré visited Mopti, Segou, Dakar, and Guinea in the 1940s, and worked for the Dakar-Niger railway in Senegal in 1940. Tape recording in Jim Jones collection.