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She moved to California and graduated from California State University. Now she serves as an adjunct professor at Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas. Rison, Jr. Archie: Rison graduated from E. Campbell High School in Nacogdoches in and graduated with a degree in sociology in from Stephen F. Austin State University. Rison then went to work at a school for the emotionally disturbed in Victoria for two and half years before taking a job at the chemical plant for DuPont for thirty one years. Rison has been married forty years, has kids, and grandchildren. He is currently working on research on genealogy for African American cemeteries in the Nacogdoches area.
Subject Guide for Archie Rison, Jr. McKind Sanders. His mother and father moved to Nacogdoches soon after his birth to live among his father's family in the Burgess Hill community. He earned a degree in social work from Stephen F. Austin State University in Subject Guide for Patrick Sanders Interview by order of discussion : Biographical background; Community while growing up; Community leaders; Educational background; Work background; Participation in organizations, celebrations and the importance of those events; Integration, Washateria; Father's family background; Integration, MLK, Jr.
Roberts, Gary: Gary Roberts born ingrew up in the Burgess Hill community where his aunt, Marie Christopher, and her husband raised him. He graduated from Nacogdoches High School in where he succeeded as a musician and artist. Roberts is currently working on several projects with his church and community while balancing a job and family. Subject Guide for Gary Roberts Interview in order of discussion :Neighborhood before integration; School day before integration; Neighborhood after integration; Schooling; Arts painting and bass guitar ; Traveling band: The Soul Revisionists; Nacogdoches traveling; Parent involvement; Early life; Middle school and high school; Job history; Family life; Nacogdoches and integration; The Bible discussion; Nacogdoches helping the African American community; Communities helping themselves; B.
In Stokes's earlier years she grew up in Bremerton, Washington. In her family moved back to Nacogdoches where she attended E. Campbell School in Nacogdoches up to her twelfth year. Then she went to Jarvis ChristianCollege where she majored in home economics.
During the sixties Stokes lived in Washington, D. Later she lived and taught in St. Louis, Missouri. By Stokes moved with her husband and son back to Nacogdoches.
She continues to live in Nacogdoches with her husband and continues to visit with her father. Campbell School segregated ; Civil Rights Marches in Nacogdoches; Mother's involvement in integration; Affect of integration and father's involvement affected her older brother, Charles; Charles Weaver's occupation; The acceptance of Integration in Nacogdoches; Integration's affect on Mrs. He attended Black schools in Douglas and graduated salutatorian. He then went off to Texas College and earned a degree in biology in His degree, meant for teaching, led him to work in Douglas, Texas as a teacher in Inhe began teaching in Nacogdoches.
He taught biology and math at E. Campbell High School. During the integration process, he was one of the first Black teachers to go over to the White school. He retired inafter thirty-three years of teaching, at the age of fifty-nine. Whitaker, Taylor: Taylor Whitaker was born on November 4th, He graduated from the segregatedE. Campbell High School in Following graduation Whitaker went to work as a barber inNacogdoches. Several patrons and employees appear briefly, commenting on Whitaker's interview or offering additional information.
Austin of prison should they be accused of romantic involvement with a female White student; Current politics; Feeling in the African American community about demolition of the Temple Pool. Whitaker Taylor D. Glenn, and Lonnie Wells: Taylor D.
Whitaker was born and raised in Nacogdoches, Texas and graduated from E. Glenn was born and raised in Nacogdoches, Texas and graduated from E. Glenn ed the Navy after graduation and traveled the world before returning to Nacogdoches in We have no biography of Lonnie Wells. Subject Guide for Taylor D. Whitaker, M.
The third of ten children, she was in a farm family and went on graduate Concord School where she was known as an excellent basketball player. She received a degree in education from Texas College and went on to teach mathematics and coach girls' basketball. Subject guide for Emma Boner Interview approx. Her first job after college was at Booker T. Washington High School, a segregated school located in Wichita Falls, where she was the school nurse and health instructor.
Subject guide for Patricia McKenzie Interview approx. He attended school in Winters Hill and later transferred to E. Campbell High School in Nacogdoches. He completed high school at Dunbar in Lufkin, graduating in He received an undergraduate degree in biology and physical education from Wiley College in Marshall, an MA at Texas Southern University in Houston and a doctorate in education from the University of Houston.
He is a life-long educator, and, inhe became the first African-American professor at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches. Subject guide for Odis Rhodes Interview approx. Early in Ruben's life, he decided to hobo his way to Lufkin on the Southern Pacific train in order to the Diboll Negro League baseball team eventually known as "The Eagles. Samuel is one of three children.
He had to quit school at the fourth grade level and help his mother support their family consisting of two other sisters and himself.
He is a devoted grandfather to his grandchildren and a loving husband to his wife, Ruby. Samuel and his wife reside in Lufkin, where they have been since He is currently ninety-three years old and maintains good health. Subject Guide for Ruben Samuel Interview approx. Samuel worked while in Diboll and Lufkin - Medals and recognitions received in the army - playing the white baseball team in Diboll - legacy and memory for the community - personal feelings regarding desegregation - brief discussion on marriages and children - advice Samuel would give a young Black man today.
He majored in Vocational Agricultural. Following this, Jeffero accepted a position as a Professional Scouter with the Boy Scouts of America, from which he retired in the mids. Subject guide for Algianon Moses Jeffero interview approx. Paul J. Sandul by providing interviewees. The same occured in Lufkin during the summer of thanks to the help of community leader Reverend Bettie Kennedy. Despite impressive efforts by AAHP and other local throughout East Texas before, not to mention other local history organizations like the East Texas Research Center, much more was, and is still, needed regarding African American history in East Texas.
All groups have expressed and continue to express lament over the current dearth of information. Kennedy have actively supported the collection of oral histories and are collaborative partners. These project complement efforts by the AAHP and other organizations to gather new information and materials, as well as to identify and preserve resources important to African American organizations and residents in East Texas.
Because African Americans, their resources, and their history have been, and is, largely underrepresented in Deep East Texas, class oral history projects help, if only in a small way, to correct that. Moreover, these oral histories represents a unique opportunity for oral testimony to play a role in fostering a broader community identity for the East Texas African American community in general, African American organizations specifically, and for all East Texas residents regardless of race.
Oral history, as many historians have claimed, can thus be a device of cohesion in East Texas. If you would like to help, participate, or otherwise support any on-going efforts to record the unique and rich stories of African American history in East Texas, please feel free to contact Dr. Sandul at sandulpj sfasu.
The original recordings for all the interviews and full transcripts are held by the East Texas Research Center, R. Steen Library, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas. Copies of the recordings and transcripts are also deposited with the Nacogdoches African American Heritage Project.
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