Discovering the Forgotten History of African-Americans in Schoharie County; plus local newspaper feature article
Cobleskill, NY, Times -Journal Press. 2000. Soft cover. Ill.: Drawings by Rita Corbin. Book, Second Edition (1999). [iii], 88pp, map, facsimiles, many black & white illustrations from drawings and photographs, Introduction, Beginnings of Black History in Schoharie Valley, Schoharie County Blacks and the American Revolution, Unusual 1845 Document Comes to Light in Schoharie Country, There Was A School for Black Children in Scharie Village-1850s to 1903, A.M.E. Zion Church in Schoharie (1856-ca.1935), African-American Volunteers in the Civil War from Schoharie County, Chloe of Lawyersville (1805-1891), A Grandmother's Scrapbook, Exodus of the Early Black Families of Schoharie County 1830-1950---Why?, 'I Got A Dream'---The Story of a Successful Black Businessman in Schoharie County, African-American 'History Markers' in Schoharie County Today. 8vo/21.5cm. Illustrated blue card-stock wrappers, minor wear, internally fine. VG+. The feature article by Patsy Nicosia from the Times-Journal newspaper of November 10, 1999 is titled, "Almost Forgotten: Book explores county's Black history.", and shows a picture of author Jack Daniels holding a copy of his book as well as another titled, In Freedom's Birthplace, written by his father, John Daniels, many years before. Fine.
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Book number: 004638
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Keywords: Drawings By Rita Corbinblack History Schoharie Country Ny African-Americans Afro-Americans in Upstate New York Cobleskill Patsy Nicosia