Oral history pre-interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore

Oral history pre-interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore

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Community Archive;Oral History
A remote oral history interview conducted with The Reverend Mae Etta Moore on May 24, 2020 via telephone. In this pre-interview phone call, Rev. Moore discusses her family history, her various educational and work experiences, and her ministry in Chestertown, Maryland. April 24 2020

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WAVE (format)
The Great Migration
Education, Church work, Women clergy, Family histories, Drug abuse, Racism, Slavery, Politics and government, Seminole Indians, Black Seminoles, Methodist Church, Segregation, Library scienceChesapeake College, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968, Chisholm, Shirley, 1924-2005 Trenton, Richmond Hill, Kent

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