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Black History Month: Home

Celebrating Black History Month, 2020


Gallery of Portraits

Buffalo Soldiers "Who Are They"

Buffalo Soldier's Museum Buffalo Soldiers Museum, Houston, TX

The Buffalo Soldiers comprised of former slaves, freemen and Black Civil War soldiers, who were the first to serve during peacetime. The Buffalo Soldiers Museum is located right in the heart of Houston. Find complete information on the Buffalo Soldiers as you visit online http://buffalosoldiermuseum.com/who-are-the-buffalo-soldiers/ or in person.


Buffalo Soldiers African American Mlitary Men
Emancipation Park
Emancipation Park
Emancipation Park, Houston, TX

Park History during racial segregation.

Websites

The Untold Story of the

P u l l m a n  P o r t e r s

Pullman Porters

Recommended Research Databases


Black History Guide Collaborators

Sanya Bunton, Public Services Librarian
Angela Secrest, Director, Library Support
Mira Washington, Automation Librarian

Barbara C. Jordan

Barbara C. Jordan

Barbara Jordan was a U.S. congressional representative from Texas and was the first African American congresswoman to come from the Deep South. Barbara Jordan was also a lawyer, educator and the first African American woman ever elected to the Texas Senate (1966). See a brief biography.

Featured eBook

Featured Film

From The Library of Black History: The Longest Struggle (1990)

Black History Display Codwell Library (NE), 2020

HCC Northeast College
HCC Northeast Codwell Library, Houston, TX

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