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    the Turpentine Camp Date s March 1939 to 1939 Location Tag s african americans Zora Hurston Turpentine Black Labor Zora Neale Hurston s expedition to a Turpentine camp in Cross City Florida was much more exciting and informative than it sounds Hurston described the start of her trip in an essay she wrote on her experience there as going up some roads and down some others to see what Negroes

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    Hurston and the Turpentine Camp Date s March 1939 to 1939 Location Collier Florida Tag s african americans Zora Hurston Turpentine Black Labor Zora Neale Hurston s expedition to a Turpentine camp in Cross City Florida was much more exciting and informative than it sounds Hurston described the start of her trip in an essay she wrote on her experience there as going up some roads and down some others

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    jobs in North Carolina State Government than ever before The jobs of interest were in education health or hospitals while fields not associated with education health or hospitals were still filled with white employees A survey was preformed to indicate Zora Hurston and the Turpentine Camp Date s March 1939 to 1939 Location Collier Florida Tag s african americans Zora Hurston Turpentine Black Labor Zora Neale Hurston s expedition to

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    Runaway Slaves Slave Life Abner Jordan was interviewed by a member of the Work Projects Administration for a Federal Writer Project that was documenting North Carolina slave narratives Jordan has never left North Carolina since he was born there and agreed to the interview despite being the old age of 95 He discussed his birth with hesitance claiming that he was bawn about 1832 in Staggsville Marse Cameron s place Racial identity and the American Experience Date s May 7 1928 Location Tag s Segregation Slavery racial identity A person s racial identity is the global human population distinguished as a more or less distinct group by genetically transmitted physical characteristics 1 Segregation has been deeply rooted within American culture for the past two centuries It has forced people to become more aware of their racial identity and moreover it has been taken to the extent of violence as well as less extreme From Eatonville to Broadway Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville African American Authors African American Folklore Female Authors African American Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known black female authors of all time Zora once said I was born in a Negro town I do not mean by that the black backside of an average town Eatonville Florida is and was at the time of my birth a pure Negro town charter mayor council town marshal and all It was not the first Negro community Work In An All Black Community Date s January 1 1946 to January 5 1946 Location Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville life Zora Neale Hurston was an African American woman born in the first all African American town in America She wrote countless accounts

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    American Folklore Education Zora Neale Hurston made contributions to the acceptance of African Americans in society through her noteworthy folklore writing Hurston was an inhabitant of Florida but resided in New York City when she wrote a letter to Professor Grover on June 8th 1932 1 In her letter she explains that she majored in Anthropology at Columbia University Furthermore she states I have done three years Cruelty in Florida Slave Plantations Leads to Apology and Changes Race Relations Date s 1845 to 1870 Location Tag s Slavery Race Relations Apology to Slaves Reparations for Slavery Florida was the sixth state to apologize for slavery along with Alabama North Carolina Virginia Maryland and New Jersey 1 In Florida legislation has been considered to atone the vicious and inexcusable actions of slavery According to the article Giving Slaves a Voice Gary R Mormino explains one cannot begin to comprehend the history of Florida without understanding slavery 2 The 54th Massachusetts regiment Date s February 20 1864 Location Tag s 54th Regiment florida slave history Civil War The 54th Massachusetts regiment of the Civil War was made up entirely of African Americans except for its white officers Because it was the first black regiment to be organized in the North many were watching its progress If the regiment s performance turned out to be noteworthy it would be the deciding factor if blacks would be used in battle The regiment was formed in March 1863 after the Slavery in Florida Date s February 9 1865 Location Tag s florida slave history Slave Trade Slavery Florida became United States territory in 1821 Up until then the Spanish had ruled the land for almost three hundred years When Florida achieved statehood the total population was twelve thousand the majority consisting of free blacks fugitive

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    was finally signed and submitted on July 4 1776 One of the most important passages that were omitted in the final draft was one that attacked the cornerstone of the colonist s economy the enslavement and treatment of African Americans Many esteemed politicians in early North America were divided on the Eatonville Influences Zora Neale Hurston Date s 1920 to 1930 Location Tag s Women of the South Harlem Renaissance Zora Neale Hurston was an African American author famous during the New Negro Movement Harlem Renaissance which was in the 1920 s and 1930 s She wrote four novels and published more than fifty short stories and plays Her writing was influenced by the small town of Eatonville Eatonville is located in central Florida Eatonville may be a small town but it is packed with African American history African American Schools Date s 1865 to 1890 Location Tag s African American Black Schools In the spring of 1865 slavery successfully ended in the United States when the Confederate army surrendered All slaves in the Confederacy were freed by the Emancipation Proclamation set by Abraham Lincoln in 1863 which said that slaves in Confederate held areas were free Slaves in the border states and Union controlled parts of the South were freed on December 6 1865 by the Thirteenth Amendment A look at the evolution of the slave trade through the eyes of a slave trader Date s 1826 to 1850 Location Tag s African Americans Race Relations Transatlantic Slave Trade It is the year 1826 30 years after the American Revolution boldly stated that all men are created equal but this first hand account of Theodore Canot an Italian adventurer paints a much darker picture of the times Brantz Mayer s 1854 work Captain Canot Twenty Years of an African

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    the education system It was only in the 1950 s when the U S Supreme Court ruled racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional in the case of Brown v Board of Education of Topeka Kansas Yet it was only about forty years ago when Rollins College Her Love for Theater Date s 1939 to 1951 Location Tag s Theater African American When one recalls famous poets play writes and novelist

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    12 30 RCC 100 The Comic Book City 2013 12 15 ICE 100 C1 1 Creating the Comic Book City 2015 05 01 HIS 346 United States Since 1945 2012 12 17 HIS 240 HIS 240 African American History I 2013 08 13 HIS 142 United States History to 1877 2008 08 01 HIS 142 HIS 142 United States History to 1877 2012 12 07 HIS 141CE African American History

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