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North Carolina - Greensboro: John Marshall Kilimanjaro Interviewee [Part 5]
Dent, Thomas C.
Tom Dent continues his interview with John Marshall Kilimanjaro [formerly Stevenson] in Greensboro, North Carolina. He continues to talk about his conversion to Judaism and his relationship with a Catholic woman before his marriage. He discusses Christianity and attending church. He talks about the Yiddish language. He explains why he changed his name to Kilimanjaro in the 1970s. He encourages Dent to talk to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University [A&T] marketing professor Japhet Mkongi, who immigrated to Greensboro from Kenya alone at age thirteen. He recalls visiting the family cemetery and discusses his family.
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Tulane University Digital Library
Box 146, Item 14, Side 2, Tom Dent collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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