Honoring Their Paths

Honoring Their Paths

African American Contributions Along the Journey Through Hallowed Ground

Book - 2009
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From Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Monticello, Virginia , this book tells the realities of slave life; the countless stories of people who risked everything to escape and navigate the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom; and the struggle for equality in the 20th Century. Honoring Their Paths: African American Contributions Along The Journey Through Hallowed Ground tells this rich and complex component of our American narrative by looking beyond the bricks and mortar of historic sites to tell the story of the people who helped shape our nation.
Publisher: Waterford, Va. : Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership, 2009
ISBN: 9780615302416
Branch Call Number: 975.5 Le
Description: 248 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm


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"The Hallowed Ground" in this book encompasses Civil War history from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Monticello, Virginia--including our area. An excellent guide to African-American sites within a reasonable driving distance that explores history too often neglected. The noted history is ... Read More »

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