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Akron's African American History Timeline

1825 to 1975
"... the teaching of black history and culture not only should seek to save black history and culture and all the good therein, it should involve or integrate the student into his community, augmenting his functioning in the community and, indirectly in society and the world at large."  ~Nathan Hare~
 

1830-1860 - The Early Years
1860-1899 - Civil War through Reconstruction Period
1900-1919 - The New Century
1920-1929 - The Third Decade
1930-1939 - The Depression Years
1940-1949 - A Decade of Hope
1950-1959 - A Decade of Change
1960-1975 - Local Responses to National Issues
 
Source: The Contributions of Blacks in Akron: 1825-1895
A Doctoral Dissertation by Shirla Robinson McClain

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