Interview with Mary C. Netherland, early California family
Testing [00:00]; Introduction [00:27]; Born in house at 714 Pine St. Oakland, California [00:49]; Born on May 26, 1876 [02:48]; Living in San Francisco [03:16]; Mother sends her to Red Bluff to live with grandfather, John Scott [03:40]; Moves to Stockton, California [04:20]; Grandmother brought to Sacramento, California as a slave [04:44]; Grandmother came to California around the horn [06:15]; Grandmother would not talk about slavery [07:11]; Grandmother named mother after sister that was sold into slavery [07:15]; Kate Grasses [08:01]; Mother naming her Mary [08:20]; Grandmother in Stockton [08:40]; Schools in Stockton [10:51]; African Americans going to school [15:20]; Ms. Quivas [?], Ms. Rodgers, and Ms. Hall [15:40]; Second Baptist Church of Stockton building [17:10]; Young people gather at her grandmother's house [18:08]; No women's clubs [19:30]; A.M.E. Church [20:07]; Mrs. Ted Reed [?][21:17]; Father Green and A.M.E. Church [23:24]; Church ministers [24:00]; Social activities at the church [25:32]; Mrs. Quivas [?][26:30]; Return to Oakland and Mr. Netherland [27:41]; Death of Tom Grischott from tuberculosis [29:01]; Fannie Coppin Club and Fannie Wall Home [30:00]; Bought last vacant lot to build house [31:50]; real estate agent L.A. Brown [32:40]; 15th St. A.M.E. Church of Oakland [34:26]; Mrs. Hinds and home for children [37:32]; Art and Industrial Club [40:00]; Fannie Wall Home [42:01]
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