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Guide to African American Resources at the Pennsylvania State Archives
Ruth E. Hodge (au)
Provides a bountiful reservoir of data covering the unique experiences of Pennsylvania’s black population. Documents slavery, and extends to anti-segregation movements on the eve of the 21st cent. The role of the Commonwealth’s black soldiers in the nation’s wars is well-covered. The African American presence in the development of government agencies and information on critical but neglected areas of political and civic activity is referenced. The guide brings to light the intimate and complex interwoven life of African Americans with Pennsylvania society and culture. Through a listing and description of manuscript collection and state records, we are able to see a full span of life and culture for African Americans. Illustrations.
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