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African-American Project " Black residents asked to share attic finds
1. African-American Project " Black residents asked to share attic finds
African-American Project : effort seeks to expand what's known of Syracuse blacks
2. African-American Project : effort seeks to expand what's known of Syracuse blacks
MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed
3. MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed
MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed [continuation]
4. MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed [continuation] Black History Month Events

MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed [continuation]
5. MPCMA Founder - Also Founder of Black History Month. Black History Month officially Observed [continuation] Liberian and Haitian diplomats honoured
The Impartial Citizen :Eductaion. The "Huts" are no more. Ten classrooms dedicated at McKinley-Brighton
6. The Impartial Citizen :Eductaion. The "Huts" are no more. Ten classrooms dedicated at McKinley-Brighton School
The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p. 11, Black History Month Events
7. The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p. 11, Black History Month Events
The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p.10, Karin Franklin keynotes County B.H.M. proclamation ceremony
8. The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p.10, Karin Franklin keynotes County B.H.M. proclamation ceremony at Van Duyn School

The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p.9. The "Spiritual in Recital, Cazenovia College Bethany Baptist
9. The Impartial Citizen Vol. 6 No. 3, p.9. The "Spiritual in Recital, Cazenovia College Bethany Baptist Church"
The increasing value of Black History [continuation] Black History
10. The increasing value of Black History [continuation] Black History
The increasing value of Black History [continuation] Black History
11. The increasing value of Black History [continuation] Black History
The Incresing value of Black history
12. The Incresing value of Black history

The Post Standard. Local News. Stops on the Road to Freedom
13. The Post Standard. Local News. Stops on the Road to Freedom
The Post-Standard. Local News. B-1. Black History Month. Moving forward. Franklin Harlow was the first
14. The Post-Standard. Local News. B-1. Black History Month. Moving forward. Franklin Harlow was the first black to hold a high ranking job in Syracuse.
The Syracuse Banner Vol. 6 No. 3, Cover. The Increasing value of Black History
15. The Syracuse Banner Vol. 6 No. 3, Cover. The Increasing value of Black History
 

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