Hensarling, Ken

Date: July 27, 2017
Hensarling, Ken

284a: In an interview with Jonathan Gerland and Richard Donovan, Angelina County native Kenneth Hensarling reminisces about growing up in the Concord Community. He talks about his school days, recreation, family life, church, race relations, farming, and livestock. Mr. Hensarling’s family was forced to move off their land by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers when Lake Sam Rayburn was created. He talks about the impact that had on his community and on his family, particularly his father. He also remembers his career working for various railroads.

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