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Highlights People 1941 VOICES Interviews of Manet Fowler Places AME Zion Church The Walter M. Patrice Collection Things Freedom For Sale Man purchases own freedom Words from the past Newer Perspectives Other Starting Points The Walter M. Patrice Collection focuses largely on the history of the Smith AME Zion Church in Poughkeepsie, which through Mr. […]
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Delta Sigma Theta

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DCHS Yearbook Encore Editions: A Century of Writings Related to Local Black History

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Manet Fowler Interviews 1941

Under the heading, Dutchess County Defense Attitudes, the anthropologist Manet Fowler, early in her career, conducted interviews among Blacks in Dutchess County. She made three trips that included Poughkeepsie, Beacon, and a handful of small towns. We are not sure under whose auspices or direction these were conducted. A profile of Fowler is provided at […]
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Lessons from College Hill

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Home of the Free

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The New Guinea Trail

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Invisible People, Untold Stories

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Free Black Communities

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1941 Manet Fowler Interviews Poughkeepsie

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