Anthony Hall Replica

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Measures 7 ¾ x ¾ x 4 ½ Back Reads: Anthony Memorial Hall, the most prominent building on Camp Hill, played a role both in U.S. Armory history as the armory superintendent’s home, and in the Civil War as the Commanding Officer’s Headquarters. In 1882 it was the main hall for Storer College, established in 1867 for the education of freed slaves. It was home to the library, chapel, music rooms and science laboratory for attending students. In 1906, it was the site of the Niagara Movement conference, the cornerstone of the modern civil rights era. Today the tradition of education on this historic campus continues, as Anthony Hall is now the Stephen T. Mather Training Center, operated by the National Park Service.
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Guanya Pau A Story of an African American Princess

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The first book of long fiction by an African to be published in English, this novel tells the story of a young woman of the Vai people in Liberia.

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Historically African American Leisure Destinations Around Washington D.C.

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MUG Storer College

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16 oz American-made mug hand thrown by artisan potters from Sunset Hill Stoneware in Wisconsin. Mulberry blush glaze featuring Storer College commemorative artwork.

Storer College 150th Anniversary Progam

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Storer College Long Sleeve Tee

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Limited edition long sleeve Storer College tshirt, commemorating the Sesquicentennial in October 2017.

Storer College Pennant

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Replica commemorative pennant flag.

Storer College Pennant Pin

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Storer College pennant, designed from school patch with original text, ca 1900.

Storer College Seal Pin

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Storer College seal, reproduced from original artwork by Louise Wood Brackett.

Storer College Tee

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Limited edition short sleeve Storer College tshirt, commemorating the Sesquicentennial in October 2017.

Storer College To Emancipate the Mind and Soul

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NEW TITLE! When John Brown came to Harpers Ferry in 1859, organizing a school for enslaved African Americans was illegal. Eight years later, after a bloody Civil War, Storer College did just that—and more. To honor the 150th anniversary of the school’s founding, Harpers Ferry Park Association, in partnership with Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, invited park rangers, professors, journalists, and scholars to tell the stories of the teachers, students, and reformers who strove to manifest a new world on the “hill of hope.” This collection reveals tales of courage and conviction, success and defeat, controversy and, above all, hope. 

World of WEB DuBois: A Quotation Sourcebook

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W.E.B. Du Bois (1868--1963) was one of the leading public figures of his time -- an African American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, author, and editor. He organized, protested, laid out programs, petitioned, and raised questions of long-term strategy and short-term tactics. He also wrote numerous books and articles and was a commanding speaker and a prodigious correspondent.

Meyer Weinberg created The World of W.E.B. Du Bois to provide a short journey through Du Bois's views on virtually all aspects of twentieth-century life. More than one thousand quotations from his published writings and correspondence are included, arranged into twenty topical chapters. Each quotation begins with a heading designed to summarize its main theme. A subject index provides additional access to the ideas of this complex figure.

W.E.B. Du Bois was one of the leading public figures of his time—and African American sociologist, historian, civil rights activist, author, and editor. He organized, protested, laid out programs, petitioned, and raised questions of long-term strategy and short-term tactics. He also wrote numerous books and articles and was a commanding speaker and a prodigious correspondent.Meyer Weinberg created The World of W.E.B. Du Bois to provide a short journey through Du Bois’s views on virtually all aspects of twentieth-century life. More than one thousand quotations from his published writings and correspondence are included, arranged into twenty topical chapters. Each quotation begins with a heading designed to summarize its main theme. A subject index provides additional access to the ideas of this important and complex figure.