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Maine's Visible Black History The First Chronicle of Its People

Black men and women have been integral parts of Maine culture and society since the beginning of the colonial era Indeed Mainers of African descent served in every American conflict from the King Philip's War to the present However the many contributions of blacks in shaping Maine and the nation have for a number of reas.

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Ons gone largely unacknowledged Maine's Visible Black History now uncovers and reveals a rich and long neglected strata of state history and proves a very real connection to regional and national events Drawing on the excellent writing of contributors Herb Adams William David Barry Beverly Dodge Bowens Stephen Ellis Leig. Double Jeopardy unacknowledged Maine's Visible Black History now Einsteins Generation uncovers and reveals a rich and long neglected strata of state history and proves a very real connection to regional and national events Drawing on the excellent writing of contributors Herb Adams William David Barry Beverly Dodge Bowens Stephen Ellis Leig.

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H Donaldson Robert Greene Douglas Hall Charles L Lumpkins Reginald Pitts Marcia Robinson Geneva McAuley Sherrer Helene Ertha Vann and others the project covers many facets of history including slavery in Maine which lasted until 1783 work religions family education military service community social change arts and scienc.

  • Paperback
  • 448
  • Maine's Visible Black History The First Chronicle of Its People
  • H.H. Price
  • English
  • 09 September 2019
  • 9780884482758

2 thoughts on “Maine's Visible Black History The First Chronicle of Its People

  1. says:

    This tome is a massive accomplishment and also just massive I am so glad that this book exists and it's a great reference for anyone interested in researching the history of the Black community in Maine but partly because it's so big and partly because of the way it's laid out it isn't a very narrative book to sit down an

  2. says:

    Thoroughly researched and packed with historical details and family histories you can learn a lot but it's not an especially narrative read

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