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Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2, Interview with Betty Wood, Professor of History, Oxford University.  2 of 2
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directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 10 mins
Betty Wood is interviewed about blacks fighting in the American Revolution, blacks leaving the US with the British, Dunmore's Proclamation and the fear of slave rebellion, controlling slaves after Dunmore's Proclamation, the significance of Dunmore's Proclamation.
directed by Noland Walker, fl. 2003; produced by Noland Walker, fl. 2003, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: Revolution (1750–1805), Part 2 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 1 hour 10 mins
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Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1, Interview with Thelma Foote, Assistant Professor, History School of the Humanities, University of California - Irvine
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directed by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 58 mins
Thelma Foote is interviewed about the historical importance of the African Burial Ground in New York colony, life in the early Colonial settlements, how the colonies changed with the introduction of black labor, laws to limit the rights of black people, rise of slave labor in the colonies following the introducti...
directed by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989; produced by Susan Bellows, fl. 1989 and Orlando Bagwell, 1951-, WGBH Boston, in Africans in America: The Terrible Transformation (1562–1750), Season 1, Episode 1 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 1998), 58 mins
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American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10, Interview with historian Paul Finkelman, 4 of 5
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directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, Robert Kenner Films and WGBH Boston; interview by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 28 mins
Martyr, madman, murderer, hero: John Brown remains one of history's most controversial and misunderstood figures. In the 1850s, he and his ragtag guerrilla group embarked on a righteous crusade against slavery that was based on religious faith -- yet carried out with shocking violence. His execution at Harpers Fer...
directed by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971; produced by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, Robert Kenner Films and WGBH Boston; interview by Robert Kenner, fl. 1971, in American Experience: John Brown's Holy War, Season 12, Episode 10 (Boston, MA: WGBH Educational Foundation, 2017), 28 mins
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Black America, Norfolk
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in Black America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2000), 128 page(s),
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Images of America, Chase City
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2008), 128 page(s),
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The rich and vibrant history of Chase City, originally called Raine’s Tavern, dates back to the mid-1700s. With its mineral springs and fertile farm and timberlands, Chase City, named for former Supreme Court justice Salmon P. Chase, has been a tourist destination since 1733 when surveyor William Byrd II dubbed...
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Images of America, Clarke County
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2011), 128 page(s),
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Although it is one of the smallest counties in Virginia, Clarke County has a remarkably rich history reflected in its cultural and natural resources. Located in the northern Shenandoah Valley and 60 miles northwest of Washington, DC, Clarke was formed from Frederick County, Virginia, in 1836. Native Americans roam...
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2006), 128 page(s),
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2005), 128 page(s),
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Images of America, Henry County
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in Images of America (Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2009), 128 page(s),
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Formed in January 1777, Henry County was named for the Commonwealth of Virginia’s first governor, Patrick Henry, who lived in the county from 1779 until 1784. Located along the border of North Carolina, the county was once home to the famous antebellum Hairston family. In the 20th century, textiles, furniture, a...
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Images of America, Hiltons
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Hiltons is located in the southwest corner of Virginia and was named for the Reverend Samuel Hilton, who moved to the region from North Carolina in 1795. In the 1880s, Hiltons became a vital link for goods being transported both to and from the region when the railroad was constructed from Bristol to Appalachia. U...
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