The Hidden Revealed: A Brief History of African Americans in Northern Arizona
Fri, 18 Sep 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PMAdd to Calendar
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“The Hidden Revealed: A Brief History of African Americans in Northern Arizona.”
Learn more about African American History from a Forest Service Archaeologist!
Fee: Free for Everyone | Join us on Zoom!
Friday | 11am-12pm PST | September 18, 2020
Keynote Speaker: Margaret Hangan, M.A. – Forest Archaeologist for the Kaibab National Forest - Presenter Margaret Hangan has dedicated several years of research to the historical archaeology of ethnic communities in the west.
This free-to-attend event will discuss the contributions of African Americans to the Grand Canyon region, as well as their hidden history in the state of Arizona. Learn about the African American laborers that worked in Northern Arizona. This historical discussion includes a presentation on the African American contributions to the lumber companies, railroads, and sawmills. Please join us for this exciting talk from years of Margaret Hangan’s research on historical archaeology with an emphasis on ethnic communities in the west.
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Zoom Meeting Information
Meeting ID: 84673605540