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Discovering African American St. Louis: A Guide to Historic Sites

  

by: John A. Wright

 : Discovering African American St. Louis: A Guide to Historic Sites
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Binding: Paperback
Brand: Brand: Missouri History Museum Press
Color: Black
EAN: 9781883982454
Edition: Second
Feature: Used Book in Good Condition
ISBN: 1883982456
Item Dimensions: 110085014950
Label: Missouri History Museum Press
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Missouri History Museum Press
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 208
Publication Date: October 16, 2002
Publisher: Missouri History Museum Press
Studio: Missouri History Museum Press

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African Americans have been part of the story of St. Louis since the city’s founding in 1764. Unfortunately, most histories of the city have overlooked or ignored their vital role, allowing their influence and accomplishments to go unrecorded or uncollected; that is, until the publication of Discovering African American St. Louis: A Guide to Historic Sites in 1994.
A new and updated 2002 edition is now available to take readers on a fascinating tour of nearly four hundred African American landmarks. From the boyhood home of jazz great Miles Davis in East St. Louis, Illinois, to the site of the house that sparked the landmark Shelley v. Kraemer court case, the maps, photographs, and text of Discovering African American St. Louis record a history that has been neglected for too long.
The guidebook covers fourteen regions east and west of the Mississippi that represent St. Louis’s rich African American heritage. In the words of historian Gary Kremer, “No one who reads this book and visits and contemplates the places and peoples whose stories it recounts will be able to look at St. Louis in the same way ever again.”




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