Interview with Harold Freeman, February 18, 2005
Part of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Oral History Project
- Interview with Harold Freeman, February 18, 2005
- Harold Freeman; interviewee. Jack A. Wilson; interviewer.
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- Harold Freeman (Eritrea, 1965-1967; Education Program) tells how he joined the Peace Corps from Tennessee and afterwards spent much of his adult career as a journalist with the Louisville Courier Journal. His interview includes details on training, particularly language training, and also selection. He provides full descriptions of physical acclimation, teaching math and science, living situation, and recreation, including climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. Besides stories of his Peace Corps experience, Harold tells about his Vietnam military tour. He concludes with reflections on the impact of Peace Corps, both personal and general.
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
- University of Kentucky
- Freeman, Harold -- Interviews., Eritrea., Peace Corps (U.S.)--Eritrea., Peace Corps (U.S.)--History--1960-1969., Education
- Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Oral History Project
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