Public historian and local author Alex R. Goldfeld explained where Early Bostonians went to get Black people to bring to Boston. There were about 4,000 people living here in 1638.
Copies of original documents written by Governor Winthrop were projected on the screen. His authority transposed rights to residents who used them to
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Niagara Movement, (1905–10) was an organization of black intellectuals that