Then Again
a bite-sized history podcast by the Northeast Georgia History Center

E122 Rev. Charles T. Walker

With historian Corey Rogers

In this episode, we explore the life of Rev. Charles T. Walker, a prominent figure in Georgia who rose to national and international fame. Born into slavery in 1858, he was part of the first wave of prominent African-American figures to take the national stage after emancipation. He traveled the world and made friends with people such as John D. Rockefeller. Learn more about the amazing life and legacy of Rev. Charles T. Walker in this podcast as Marie Bartlett interviews Corey Rogers, Historian at the Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History.

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