Interview with Reverend Charlie Cook, December 2013

Collection: First Person Project

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Reverend Charlie Cook was born in Greer, South Carolina. As a child, Cook’s family moved around the southeast, which resulted in Cook’s exposure to different churches. Cook preached as a pastor at Wilson Presbyterian Church, Washington Presbyterian Church, Trinity Presbyterian Church and other churches in Georgia. In this interview, Cook talks about his call to ministry, his concern over racial issues growing up, his attempted integration of the Presbyterian Church, and the integration of Georgian schools.


This interview is part of the Georgia Narratives series.

Date

2013-12

Identifier

RBRL324FPP-0029

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Charlie Cook and Louis Boyd, “Interview with Reverend Charlie Cook, December 2013,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed February 26, 2024, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL324FPP/RBRL324FPP-0029.