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African American History

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on 31 January 2015

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Transcript of African American History

1739
1787
1808
1831
1852
1881
"Stono Rebellion"
Slavery illegal in Northwest Territory
Importation of slaves from Africa is banned
"The Liberator"
Underground Railroad
1905
1909
1952
1955
1964
1965
1967
2008
2012
African- American History
1861
1865
1869
1870
1879
Civil war begins
Civil war ends
Lincoln is killed
KKK is formed
Slavery is USA is ended
Voting rights for blacks
Hiram Revels of Mississippi = first African-American senator
"Black Exodus"
Sara Fend & Lena Maier
Spelman College = first college for black women in the U.S.
"
N
ational
A
ssociation for the
A
dvancement of
C
olored
P
eople"
Malcolm X becomes a minister of the Nation of Islam
more crimes against blacks
Montgomery bus boycott
"I have a dream..."
Civil Rights Act is signed
James E. Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner found dead
King gets Nobel Peace Prize
Assassination of Martin Luther King
Tuskegee Syphilis experiment ends
Barack Obama becomes President of the USA
Obama is reelected
First african slaves arrive in Virginia
1849
"Uncle Tom's Cabin"
Howard University =
country's first black law school
"Niagara Movement"
Harlem Renaissance
1963
Assassination of Malcolm X
Riot in Watts
1619-2012
s
Emancipation Proclamation
1863
1920
1619
American
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History
African
1972
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