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Historical Black Churches in Leon & Gadsden Counties: Institution Building in the 19th Century

Presented by Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives and Museum at FAMU Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives and Museum, Tallahassee FL

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Historical Black Churches in Leon & Gadsden Counties: Institution Building in the 19th Century

In its mission to collect and preserve African-American history and culture in the southeastern U.S. to support research and public education, the Black Archives presents new additions to its “African American Life & Culture” gallery.

The new additions are the "Historical Black Churches in Leon and Gadsden Counties: Institution Building in the 19th Century," and "The Hunter Hill, Jr. Collection."

The Historical Black Churches' project attempts to recognize some of the oldest religious institutions in the African-American community that were established during the 19th century in Leon and Gadsden Counties. The project identifies churches that emerged during slavery and after the emancipation, and continues into the 21st

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The Meek-Eaton Black Archives is closed on holidays and holiday weekends.

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FAMU Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives and Museum

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 445, Tallahassee, FL 32307

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