Oral history interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore (1 out of 3)

Oral history interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore (1 out of 3)

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CH_CA_2020_SC_001_002
Community Archive;Oral History
Part 1 of the oral history interview conducted remotely with Rev. Moore due to COVID-19 restrictions. In part 1 of the interview Rev. Moore talks about growing up in the Richmond Hill neighborhood of Queens New York, New York, education, and family gatherings. She also discusses her family background and how they migrated north. May 1 2020

English
WAVE (format)
The Great Migration
Education, Family histories, Racism, Sunday schools, Bullying in schools, African Americans--Relations with Italian Americans, PianoBrotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Train, Chair Car, Coach Porters and Attendants, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters. New York Division, Great Depression and the New Deal Richmond Hill

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