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Historic landmarks of Black America

Author: George Cantor
Publisher: Detroit : Gale Research, ©1991.
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This illustrated book will take you on a guided tour of 300 landmarks uniquely related to African-American history and culture. Text and photographs being the black experience to life. A few examples include the Chappie James Aerospace Center, Frederick Douglass House, Sojourner Truth grave, Kentucky Derby Museum, Preservation Hall, Boston Massacre Memorial, the Motown Museum. These and other monuments, museums,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Guidebooks
Local history
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cantor, George, 1941-
Historic landmarks of Black America.
Detroit : Gale Research, ©1991
(OCoLC)551708234
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Cantor
ISBN: 0810378094 9780810378094
OCLC Number: 23383973
Notes: Also published by Visible Ink as Historic Black landmarks.
Description: xxx, 372 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Responsibility: by George Cantor ; foreword by Robert L. Harris, Jr.

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This illustrated book will take you on a guided tour of 300 landmarks uniquely related to African-American history and culture. Text and photographs being the black experience to life. A few examples include the Chappie James Aerospace Center, Frederick Douglass House, Sojourner Truth grave, Kentucky Derby Museum, Preservation Hall, Boston Massacre Memorial, the Motown Museum. These and other monuments, museums, houses, plaques, and birthplaces described are a testimony to the triumphs and tragedies, the insight and blindness, the art and action that characterize black history in America.--From publisher description.

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