Lore of the South

E38 Queen Bess

March 06, 2022 Kelly Crews
Lore of the South
E38 Queen Bess
Show Notes

In E38 we hear about young Delia Green and her sad end.  Then to wrap up Black History Month and move into Women's History Month, I tell the story of Queen Bess the very first Female, African American & Native American pilot.

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Special thank you to Enocha Edenfield for her help in finding sources about Delia Green.  Look for Enocha on all Social Media platforms she's journalist in Savannah and is now also a tour guide.

Here are the YouTube links to the songs about poor Delia.
Delia's Gone by Johnny Cash
https://youtu.be/Y1iKEPzF1Js
Little Delia by Blind Willie McTell
 https://youtu.be/vkYzz6MfEvg
The Radiators
https://youtu.be/89MDGn3KCao

citations
A&E Networks Television. (2021, November 12). Madam C.J. Walker. Biography.com. Retrieved February 19, 2022, from https://www.biography.com/inventor/madam-cj-walker 

Geggel, L. (2021, March 8). World's oldest 'pet cemetery' discovered in Ancient Egypt. LiveScience. Retrieved February 19, 2022, from https://www.livescience.com/oldest-pet-cemetery-ancient-egypt.html 

Peebles, W. (2020, March 7). Savannah's 'Blues muse' Delia Green gets headstone 120 years after her murder. Savannah Morning News. Retrieved February 19, 2022, from https://www.savannahnow.com/story/special/2020/03/07/savannahs-blues-muse-delia-green-gets-headstone-120-years-after-her-murder/1551665007/