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2600 McGee Trafficway City Government, City Road, Great Depression, Cite, Bama, Underworld, Roads, Reign, Ferry Building San Francisco
The Pendergast Years
2600 McGee Trafficway
Humanity's forgotten return to Africa revealed in DNA Religions Du Monde, Human Migration, Dna Genealogy, Historia Universal, Ancient Humans, Human Evolution, Prehistory, African American History, Historical Maps
Humanity's forgotten return to Africa revealed in DNA
Humanity's forgotten return to Africa revealed in DNA
Concord ruins & Slave Quarters Natchez Mississippi - 1934 photo Windsor Ruins, Natchez Mississippi, Empire Design, State Of Decay, Letter Photography, Marble Stairs, County Jail, Episcopal Church, Old Buildings
HABS in Mississippi: Concord Quarters, Natchez
Concord ruins & Slave Quarters Natchez Mississippi - 1934 photo
"The shame of America." - During November, 1922, the NAACP ran this full-page advertisement in the New York Times and other newspapers, pressing for passage of the Dyer anti-lynching bill. Passed in the House of Representatives by a two-to-one majority, the anti-lynching bill was subsequently filibustered and defeated in the U.S. Senate. Despite the NAACP’s vigorous efforts through the 1930s & the introduction of several subsequent anti-lynching bills, the U.S. Congress never outlawed lynching. Black History Education, Black History Facts, World History, Black History Month, Thomas Jefferson, Black Power, Linkin Park Soldier, Dh Lawrence
"The shame of America."
"The shame of America." - During November, 1922, the NAACP ran this full-page advertisement in the New York Times and other newspapers, pressing for passage of the Dyer anti-lynching bill. Passed in the House of Representatives by a two-to-one majority, the anti-lynching bill was subsequently filibustered and defeated in the U.S. Senate. Despite the NAACP’s vigorous efforts through the 1930s & the introduction of several subsequent anti-lynching bills, the U.S. Congress never outlawed lynching.
You still don't know who you are? Here's a clue Hebrew Black History Books, Strange History, African History Truths, Asian History, Bible Knowledge
You still don't know who you are? Here's a clue Hebrew
This 1747 Map of NEGROLAND (West Africa) identifies the area above the Slave Coast as the Kingdom of JUDA.  The inhabitants were remnants of Israels tribe of JUDAH forced into exile around 70 AD by the Romans. Blacks In The Bible, African Map, African Print
This 1747 Map of NEGROLAND (West Africa) identifies the area above the Slave Coast as the Kingdom of JUDA. The inhabitants were remnants of Israels tribe of JUDAH forced into exile around 70 AD by the Romans.
Walk Byfaith
Walk Byfaith
1743 map of west coast of Africa where slave trade thrived. Ignoring key European interest, the slave trade, scene at lower Maps, Africa, European, West Coast, West, Coast, Vintage World Maps, Map, Old Maps
1743 map of west coast of Africa where slave trade thrived. Ignoring key European interest, the slave trade, scene at lower Stock Photo - Alamy
1743 map of west coast of Africa where slave trade thrived. Ignoring key European interest, the slave trade, scene at lower
Maafa = "Great Disaster"... A good tie in between the reading and One Crazy summer. Black History Quotes, Black History People, History Teachers, By Any Means Necessary
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Maafa = "Great Disaster"... A good tie in between the reading and One Crazy summer.
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Advertisement for a slave auction in 1857 (from VintageAdbrowser.com, no other info). John Brown, African Diaspora, American Civil War
Vintage Race Advertisements of the 1850s
Advertisement for a slave auction in 1857 (from VintageAdbrowser.com, no other info).
Jefferson kept the names of the more than 600 slaves he owned through the years in the “Farm Book.” This is page 30. Family History, Native American, The Farm Book, Farm Books, Sally Hemings, Jefferson Monticello
Slave images unearthed from the ‘Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello” exhibit at the Smithsonian
Jefferson kept the names of the more than 600 slaves he owned through the years in the “Farm Book.” This is page 30.
These Facts are Forgotten or Misrepresented in History Classes Slavery History, History Education, History Classroom, Middle Passage, Afro
These Facts are Forgotten or Misrepresented in History Classes – Page 21 – History Collection
These Facts are Forgotten or Misrepresented in History Classes
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Slave Narratives
Wreck of last slave ship from Africa located off Alabama coast American Colonization Society, American Odyssey, British North America, Fleet Of Ships, Slave Trader, Thirteen Colonies, Southern Plantations, American Colonies
Wreck of last slave ship from Africa located off Alabama coast
Wreck of last slave ship from Africa located off Alabama coast