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[10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve African-American Historic Places

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On the 2012 list of America's Most Endangered Historic Places: Sweet Auburn Historic District in Atlanta. This historically African American commercial area is threatened by inappropriate development.

The Banneker-Douglass Museum, named for Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass, is dedicated to preserving Maryland's African American heritage and serves as the state's official repository of African American material culture. The Victorian-Gothic structure was included in the Annapolis Historic District in 1971 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

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Places often provide us a safe haven from outside forces that cause us pain. That's what Lincoln Hills, an African American resort community in Gilpin County, gave African Americans in Denver. At Hands On Heritage, watch Colorado Stories actress Lonnie McCabe delve into the difficulties of life as a young African American girl growing up in 1940s segregated Denver and the freedom and joy of Lincoln Hills, where SHF has funded rehab projects at Winks Lodge, a historic hotel in the resort.

[10 on Tuesday] How to Preserve Places of Worship, Part One

Texas State Historical Association Liked · 14 hours ago From our new "Handbook of African American Texas." Victory Grill opened in 1945 as a gathering place for African American soldiers returning home from WWII--hence the name. An important stop for notable blues players, B.B. King and W. C. Clark got their their start here.

As part of Black History Month events taking place on campus, CSU, Chico will mount the nation's first formal exhibit of historical photos of predominantly African American citizens taken in Lincoln, Nebraska between 1910-25.

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