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U.S. History Topics » Ethnic Groups » African Americans

African-American Mosaic

is a guide for studying black history and culture. Topics include colonization and Liberia, abolitionists and slavery, western migration and homesteading, Chicago, and ex-slave narratives. (Library of Congress)

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Interesting Fact:

John Brown (1800-1859) was an abolitionist who took direct action to free slaves by force. Following his raid on the arsenal at Harpers Ferry, in mid-October 1859, he was convicted of treason, conspiracy, and murder. One of the most controversial abolitionists, Brown was regarded by some as a martyr and by others as a common assassin.
Photo of picket line at the Mid-City Realty Company, Chicago, Illinois, July 1941 John Vachon, Photographer Gelatin-silver print FSA-OWI Collection Prints and Photographs Division (124).

Destination for the great migration

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U.S. History Topics »  Movements »  Immigration & Migration
U.S. History Topics »  Other History & Soc Studies »  Slavery

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