Interview with E.B. Henderson

Title

Interview with E.B. Henderson

Subject

Republican Voting, Gerrymandering, Spanish American War, 9th Ohio Regiment, Typhoid Fever, Racial Discrimination, Residential Segregation, Education, Housing, Landownership, School Desegregation, Truck Farms

Description

Topics discussed: Republican Voting, Gerrymandering, Spanish American War, 9th Ohio Regiment, Typhoid Fever, Racial Discrimination, Residential Segregation, Education, Housing, Landownership, School Desegregation, Truck Farms

Organizations discussed: Village Improvement Society, Colored Citizens Protective League, NAACP, County Health Organization

Locations discussed: Galloway Methodist Church, Seven Corners, Camp Alger, Virginia Training School, Luther Jackson High School, Manassas High School, James Lee Colored School, Thompson House (Chimney House), Munson Hill, 5 & Dime Store, Post Office

Individuals discussed: Ms. Gundry, Colonel Young, Colonel Campbell, President Theodore Roosevelt, Joseph Tinner, Dr. Harold Johnson, Fred Foote Sr., Mary Ellen Henderson, M. E. Church

Creator

Mary Riley Styles Public Library, Local History Collection,
Falls Church, VA

Collection

Citation

Mary Riley Styles Public Library, Local History Collection, Falls Church, VA, “Interview with E.B. Henderson,” 100 Years Black Falls Church, accessed January 19, 2018, http://thecourtyardbrewery.com/items/show/272.

A collaborative project between: African and African American Studies, George Mason University, and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. Funding was provided in part by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.