There Is a River: Social & Economic Contributions by Africans Along the Hudson, From the Dutch Period to the American Revolution | Historic Huguenot Street | Lectures & Talks | Hudson Valley; Chronogram
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There Is a River: Social & Economic Contributions by Africans Along the Hudson, From the Dutch Period to the American Revolution 

When: Sat., Feb. 28, 5-7 p.m. 2015
Phone: (845) 255-1660
Email: media@huguenotstreet.org
Price: $15/$25 with reception/ $10 members/$20 members with reception
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In honor of Black History Month, this lecture by Dr. A.J. Williams-Myers will focus on the influence of enslaved labor on the economic development of the Hudson River colonies, and the societal impact of African participation in both the French & Indian War and the Revolutionary War. At a reception preceding the lecture, Dr. Williams-Myers will be signing copies of his books.
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