Interview with Minnie Dunlap
QUESTION 6
SAM POLLARD:

Mrs. Dunlap, what was, what was different about the White people up in the North as opposed to the South? I mean, you know, you lived in Mississippi, what was different about living down there with White people as opposed to living up here with White people?

MINNIE DUNLAP:

The difference in living in Mississippi is if White people didn't like you they just said they didn't like you, so they didn't fool with you. But when you came here, it was different. They appeared to act like they like you and you was very good with them until you attempt to move in or do something with them, and then they put up a tremendous resistance.