**To reserve your 20 minute interview slot, please call or email the LSU T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History at 225-578-6577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Timeline: The project is expected to be completed and made available to the public by late 2016. Once complete, transcripts, research and photographs will be displayed for the general public at the Imperial Calcasieu Museum, the McNeese Archives, LSU Libraries Special Collections and Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Collections (available to researchers). Audio, video and images will be available on LSU Library servers.”
Steering Committee: The Mossville History Project’s steering committee is composed of eight members from the Mossville community. Many of these members are descendants of original settlers of Mossville or have been members of the community for many years. The steering committee’s purpose is to keep current and former Mossville residents informed of events, have a working knowledge of important community figures, dates and events, attend meetings pertaining to the Mossville History Project and be a reliable source to all parties involved in the project.
Please continue to reference this page for the latest updates and information related to the Mossville History Project’s progress to date, planned oral history days and more.