Harry T. Moore (1905–1951) and Harriette V. Moore (1902–1952), Civil Rights Leaders Harry T. Moore was a civil rights activist and educator who founded the Brevard County branch of the NAACP and the Progressive Voters’ League. He was married to educator Harriette V. Moore. On Christmas night, 1951, their 25th wedding anniversary, the couple became the first martyrs of the contemporary civil rights movement when a bomb exploded under their home in Mims. Harry died that night, Harriette nine days later. FLOR500, Garden 335
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