Do Yourself Proud: Discover Black History

June 1972
Ebony;Jun1972, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p176
The article offers information on several places of the U.S. It includes the Bunker Hill Monument in Boston, Massachusetts. The Frederick Douglass Home in Washington, D.C. is another place which is best for the vacationers to visit as it is a 20-room home and has a museum too. The James Weldon Johnson Cabin in Massachusetts which is established as a tribute to a great poet is also an excellent place. Several maps and photographs of the same are also presented.


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