Hartford Black History Project: A Struggle From the Start


Subject:
Black Resources , U.S. History By Place , Activism , Labor , Connecticut , Political Participation , Slavery & Forced Labor , General Black History Resources

Description:
This in-depth look at African Americans in Hartford, Conn., from 1638 through the 20th century offers a view of slavery, emancipation, and the formation of a black community in New England. Among the topics covered are immigration, legal matters, abolitionist efforts, the so-called black governors (black individuals "co-opted" to help whites maintain control over the Black communities), and black military and political participation. From Hartford Web Publishing.

Publisher:
HBHP Inc. [Hartford Black History Project]

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.hartford-hwp.com/HBHP/exhibit/index.html


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