McQueen, Clyde, 1926

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McQueen, Clyde, 1926

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Clyde McQueen (b. 1926 ), a native of Lufkin, Tex., received a B.S. in Agriculture in 1950 from Prairie View College, a M.S. of Education from Pairie View A & M University in 1957 and a M.U.P. in Urban Planning from Texas A & M University in 1970. For most of his career, he worked for the U.S.D.A. Soil Conservation Service. From 1965 to 1972 he worked as a Soil Conservationist in Brazos, Burleson and Waller counties, Tex. In 1972, he was transferred to Temple, Tex. with an assignment to work in the rural development area. It was during this time that he "became a student of Texas history and the growth and development of its economy." He retired from the Soil Conservation Service on 3 July 1984 after thirty-one years of service to the federal government. Later, as an independent researcher, McQueen published the results of a survey he had conducted from 1988-1997 of African American churches in Texas, titled Black Churches in Texas. A Guide to Historic Congregations (Texas A & M University Press, 2000).


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