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The Black Presence in Pennsylvania: Making It Home
The Black Presence in Pennsylvania: Making It Home

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Enter into the centuries-long debate about justice for the African and African American inhabitants of Pennsylvania with this history, which spans from William Penn’s colony to the twentieth-century political achievements of black political leaders. Learn about the growth of African American communities through the experiences of James Forten, Richard Allen, Octavius Catto, Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield, and many others. This is the ongoing story of “making a home” in Pennsylvania.

Author: Emma Lapsansky
Publisher: Pennsylvania Historical Association
Publish Date: 2001

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