African Americans of Portland

African Americans of Portland

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The prolific journey of African Americans in Portland is rooted in the courageous determination of black pioneers to begin anew in an unfamiliar and often hostile territory. By 1890, the majority of Oregon's black population resided in Multnomah County, and Portland became the center of a thriving black middle-class community.
Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, [2013]
ISBN: 9780738596198
0738596191
Call Number: 979.502 O662a 2013
Characteristics: 127 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Oregon Black Pioneers

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The prolific journey of African Americans in Portland is rooted in the courageous determination of black pioneers to begin anew in an unfamiliar and often hostile territory.

The prolific journey of African Americans in Portland is rooted in the courageous determination of black pioneers to begin anew in an unfamiliar and often hostile territory.


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