In the process of indexing and cataloguing the collections, it became apparent to the team that the interviews are a source of rich and textured local knowledge of a world that has been erased. Interviewees recalled names of significant figures in their communities—pedagogues, local fighters, community organizers—who are otherwise absent from the records. They also described in immense detail the geography and social history of an erased land, marking the names of landmarks, places of worship and private and public institutions that made up the canvas to their lives. The POHA team extracted this granular information and tagged them in the segments of the interviews, making them searchable through the search engine. We make these lists available to the public here, which we hope will enrich the research on the Nakba and its aftermath. Please note that you can input any of the lists’ terms in the search engine and you will be directed to the interview and segment where this term appears.