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African American

African American

African American tourist destinations and black-owned hospitality related business establishments.

Chrtr bus rental by AboutBlackBoston.org

Transportation Services

Charter bus quotes (Click and enter a date you need to reserve the bus for prices.) Luxury motorcoach bus transportation for your group is available. Ask for our quotes and availability. We recommend you book...
Royall House Slave Quarters Entrance

The closest plantation to Boston you can tour is the Royall House and Slave...

An introduction to the closest plantation still standing near Boston that put Negro slaves to work 24/7.
Oaks Bluff ferry station

Where to Go Now

go here to connect with current black new england and boston events going on
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Boston Black Heritage Tours

The Boston Black Heritage Trail Walking tour on Beacon Hill Tours of Boston’s #BlackHeritageTrail are given as a free service by National Park Service (NPS) rangers.  When the weather...
National Black Doll Museum Massachusetts

National Black Doll Museum in Massachusetts welcomes doll lovers.

Order Tickets The National Black Doll Museum has 5,000 square feet filled with dolls of color on exhibit in every way, shape form and fashion you may imagine seeing them. Diversity...
Black New England

Black New England Conference Registration Opens for Oct 19th – Oct 20th event.

The annual Black New England Conference theme offers a robust schedule of activities and events over two days Oct 19th and 20th.
Black beach

An update about the property facing the ocean owned by African Gullah in...

It has been Black at the beaches of the coastal Carolinas for a long time and African descendants owned a lot of them.
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Walking the Boston Underground Railroad is like this.

When the word went out on Beacon Hill "SLAVE CATCHERS FROM THE SOUTH ARE DOWN ON CHARLES STREET," abolitionists knew what to do. About 600 families lived on Beacon Hill at the time and...

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor in 1638.

First Boston slave trade remarks made by a governor. this is the paper with a journal entry from the year 1638 made by Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop about the slave trade.
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Black Heritage Trail NH moves to new Portsmouth location

The Black Heritage Trail of NH (BHTNH) has moved to a new location at 280 Marcy Street in the old South Meeting House in Portsmouth’s historic South End, effective April 1, 2018. AboutBlackBoston.org offers group...