Oral history interview with Eleanor Ringgold
Community Archive;Oral History
This is an oral history interview with Eleanor Rochelle Ringgold who was born and raised in Kent County, Maryland. The interview covers her journey from army recruitment to retirement. Majority of this interview is about her perseverance, strength and upbringing that led her to leadership positions. The last part of her interview is her life after her time in the army and national guard and any words of wisdom she wanted to share.
Garnet High School, Cannon Street, Sumner Hall, Sumner Hall African American Veterans of Kent County Research Project
United States. Army--History, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, United States--National Guard, Military bases, Foreign, United States. Army--Officers, African American soldiers, PublishingFort Bragg (N.C.), African American, United States. Army Security Agency. Historical Section, United States Army Reserve in Operation Desert Storm, Germany, Vietnam Chestertown
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