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African American History Sites and Resources in New England

African American History Sites and Resources in New England
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by in May 2008

Mass. African American Heritage Bicycling Network: afrobikema.org/

Memorial Hall Museum
americancenturies.mass.edu/activities/afram/index.html

http://www.americancenturies.mass.edu/activities/afram/more.html


memorialhall.mass.edu/classroom/curriculum_12th/unit1/lesson9/lucy_terry.html

Doctoring Freedom: alumni.williams.edu/doctoringfreedom

Springfield City Library: Black History Month: springfieldlibrary.org/blackhistory.html

Springfield Technical Community College
Our Plural History: ourpluralhistory.stcc.edu/
Resisting Slavery: ourpluralhistory.stcc.edu/resistingslavery/index.html
Civil Rights: ourpluralhistory.stcc.edu/recentarrivals/civilrights.html

New Hampshire

Hannah Davis/Amos Fortune Historical Marker
Old Burying Ground
Route 124
Jaffrey Center, NH

Amos Fortune Homestead
Amos Fortune Road (off Route 137)
Jaffrey, NH
Amos Fortune Forum
Jaffrey Center, NH

Harriet E. Wilson Memorial
Bicentennial Park
Milford, NH

Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail
Portsmouth, NH

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