Oral history interview with William Pickrum

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Community Archive;Oral History
In this interview, Commander William Pickrum speaks on his life growing up in Kent County, MD, living on the local YMCA campgrounds, attending the Coast Guard Academy, serving as a County Commissioner, the evolution of internet technology throughout his life, being a musician, his career in finance, and ways to improve the Kent County Community. October 16 2020

English
oral history (discipline)
Washington College, Garnet High School, White Potato Pie, The Lives and Families of Chesapeake Heartland Oral History Initiative
Civil service, Internet, Music, African American musicians, Finance, Civil rights, Religion, Christianity, Aviation, Race relations, RacismDelaware State University, Boy Scouts of America Chestertown


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