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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

Black Portsmouth
by Mark Samons and Valerie Cunningham
Seacoast African American Cultural Center
135 Daniel St.
Portsmouth, NH
603-436-6027

Harriet Wilson Project: harrietwilsonproject.org/

Seacoast African American Cultural Center
10 Middle St.
Portsmouth, NH
603-430-6027

http://saacc-nh.org/

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Black Heritage Society & Creative Survival Exhibit
65 Weybosset St., Arcade #29
Providence, RI
401-751-3490

Brown University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice
Providence, RI

Voyage of the Slave Ship Sally
Brown University
Providence, RI

The Archaeology of College Hill: The Brown Family

proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6753


proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6759


proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6760


proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6822


proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6827


proteus.brown.edu/archaeologyofcollegehill/6761

The Moses Brown Papers: rihs.org/mssinv/Mss313.htm

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