eGrove features several collections of Oral Histories:
- Black Families of Yalobusha County, documenting the stories of elder African-American men and women in Yalobusha County, Mississippi.
- Freedom Riders, includes interviews with 42 of the participants gathered in Jackson, MS to commemorate the 40th-anniversary of the freedom rides (2001). In the summer of 1961, the Freedom Riders, a group of mostly young people, both black and white, risked their lives to challenge the system of segregation in interstate travel in the South.
- M. B. Mayfield, collected a series of oral histories focused on the life and art of M. B. Mayfield as a part of a broader effort to establish a museum and welcome center in Ecru, Mississippi in Mayfield's honor.
- Open Doors, recorded in 2002 to document the 40th anniversary of the University of Mississippi's 1962 integration and the experiences of individuals present at that time.
- Parchman Oral History Project, also called "Mississippi '70" and "Black Power at Ole Miss", was a collaborative oral history, archival, and documentary storytelling project on incarceration in Mississippi founded and directed by Dr. Garrett Felber in 2019. It chronicled several major student rebellions in Mississippi and the mass arrests which followed during the year 1970.
- Queer Mississippi Histories Project, consists of interviews with lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, and/or queer people who were born, raised, or spent significant time in Mississippi.
- Southern Studies Oral History Interviews, consisting of interviews conducted as part of group or individual projects