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President Lincoln Abolished Slavery In D.C. On This Day In 1862

President Abraham Lincoln‘s Emancipation Proclamation didn’t become national law until January 1, 1863, which gave millions of slaves their freedom. Before that historic event, the President signed an act abolishing slavery in the Nation’s Capital on this day in 1862. 298 more words

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California Passed Fugitive Slave Law On This Day In 1852

California was more than just a destination for grizzled mine workers looking to capitalize on the Gold Rush of the 1800s. It was also a destination for former slaves to begin new lives and earn economic freedom. 625 more words

Black History Month

California Passed Fugitive Slave Law On This Day In 1852

California was more than just a destination for grizzled mine workers looking to capitalize on the Gold Rush of the 1800s. It was also a destination for former slaves to begin new lives and earn economic freedom. 625 more words

Black History Month

California Passed Fugitive Slave Law On This Day In 1852

California was more than just a destination for grizzled mine workers looking to capitalize on the Gold Rush of the 1800s. It was also a destination for former slaves to begin new lives and earn economic freedom. 625 more words

Black History Month

California Passed Fugitive Slave Law On This Day In 1852


California
was more than just a destination for grizzled mine workers looking to capitalize on the Gold Rush of the 1800s. It was also a destination for former slaves to begin new lives and earn economic freedom. 625 more words

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Facebook Graphics: Black History Month

I am responsible for maintaining library’s website and social media accounts. From now on, I’ll be posting examples of the graphics I produced for our Facebook page in order to promote library events, resources and commemorative months or days. 33 more words

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Black History Month: The Harlem Renaissance & Jazz Music

The forth grade had a printmaking project all of their own. They also followed the same introduction as grades 2,3,5.

Their printmaking project consisted of them drawing first on cardboard in pencil, instuments and music notes, with a heavy emphasis on overlapping. 38 more words

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