: Spring Chapel-Purvis; Morning Star Church-Lumberton; Triumphant Church-Poplarville; First Baptist Church-Gainesville; Old Baptist-Pass Christian; First Free Mission-Pass Christian; Mount Zion-Pineville; Sea Shore-East Pascagoula; New Hebron-Lacey; Jordan River-Kiln; Galilee-Nicholson; Pilgrim- Picayune; First Free Mission-Moss Point; First Baptist-Pearlington; Bay. 440) Keys Municipal Park NE/C of Cash Alley and Desoto-image made Thanksgiving Day 2014 Joseph. Davidson (1872-1938) on Desoto Street. . Captain Walker possessed two male and four female slaves. Washington, and Thomas. James (1834-1850 Matthew. Bradshaw was a victim of the Depression. . Wallaces talent on the mound has been compared to that of Satchel Page, the great Negro pitcher of the (Lemon, 1998) Brother Wallace was a veteran of WW II serving with Company B of the 83rd Signal.V. Both men were native of the District of Columbia. .
Founded in 1965, the Charles.
Wright Museum of African American History opens minds and changes lives through the exploration and celebration of African American history and culture.
Atlantic slave trade; African-American history; Slavery in the United States; History in agriculture; African-American business history; African-American military history.
The following are short descriptions of individuals, places and events which have contributed to the shaping of African American history.
2 and Ellison, 1991,. Beaugez was 500 for the small lot with a front of seventy feet on Government Street and eighty-five feet on Cash Alley. . Some of the skills demonstrated by the students were: canning, cooking, furniture re-finishing and upholstering, and weaving. . 1 ) After his marriage to Myrtle Jackson, Earl and Marshall. Johnson II Solomon. Keys Vocational Tech School was established here in 1980. . Lindstrom Place on Old Fort Bayou. . ( The Ocean Springs News, June 10, 1915,. The home was planned and built from foundation to garret by his two sons, Louis Keys (1897-1931) and Marshall Keys (1895-1963). .
The First African American Women
The Great African Literature