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BH-261659-18
African Americans in the Making of Early New England
Lynne Manring, Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=BH-261659-18

library (Acquisitions/Materials Collection)
Name: library
Abstract: We purchased the following books for the project- to be used by staff and participants: Bailey, Richard, "Race & Redemption in Puritan New England", 2011 Carretta, Vincent, "Phillis Wheately: Biography of a Genius in Bondage", 2011 Chan, Alexandra, "Slavery in the Age of Reason", 2007 Gerzina, Gretchen Holbrook, "Mr. & Mrs. Prince: How an Extraordinary 18th C. Family Moved Out of Slavery & into Legend", 2008 Hardesty, Jared, "Unfreedom: Slavery and Dependence in 18th C. Boston", 2016 Laiz, Jana, & Ann-Elizabeth Barnes, "A Free Woman on God's Earth", 2009 Lasky, Kathryn, "A Voice of Her Own: the Story of Phillis Wheatley Slave Poet", 2003 Manegold, C.S., "Ten Hills Farm: the Forgotten History of Slavery in the North", 2010 Melish, Joanne, "Disowning Slavery", 1998 Sammon, Mark & Valerie Cunningham, "Black Portsmouth", 2004 Stinson, Susan, "Spider in a Tree: a Novel of the 1st Great Awakening", 2013 Wall, Patricia, "Child Out of Place: a Story of New England", 2004 Wall, Patricia, "Lives of Consequence: Blacks in Early Kittery and Berwick in the Massachusetts of Maine", 2017 Whitfield, Harvey Amani, "The Problem of Slavery in Early Vermont", 2014
Director: Lynne Manring
Year: 2017

African Americans in the Making of Early New England (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: African Americans in the Making of Early New England
Author: Lynne Manring
Author: Joanne Melish
Abstract: This NEH Landmarks Workshop of American History and Culture served as a graduate course for participating teachers who desired graduate credits. The course was offered through Westfield State University.
Year: 2017
Primary URL: https://afram-workshop.deerfield-ma.org/
Primary URL Description: Website for the NEH Landmarks of American History & Culture Workshop, "African Americans in the Making of Early New England"
Audience: Graduate

American Centuries (Web Resources)
Title: American Centuries
Author: Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association
Abstract: View from New England....explore American History with hands-on activities, exhibits, lessons, historic documents and artifacts.
Year: 2014
Primary URL: http://americancenturies.mass.edu/
Primary URL Description: Sections include "Our Online Collection" (which is searchable), "Things to Do", "Online Exhibits", and "In the Classroom"
Secondary URL: http://americancenturies.mass.edu/afram/index.html
Secondary URL Description: "African Americans in Early Rural New England" Sections include "Looking at Evidence", "For Teachers" (includes teacher-created lessons), "Slavery in Deerfield During the 1704 Raid", "Who Lived Here?" (interactive map), "Seeing How it was Done (tool videos)", "Revealing Documents about Slavery", "Three Centuries of African Americans" (online exhibit from PVMA's digital collections)

Lessons by teachers (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Lessons by teachers
Author: 2019 "African Americans in the Making of Early New England" participants
Abstract: Participants were required to produce lessons by the end of the workshop week.
Year: 2019
Primary URL: https://afram-workshop.deerfield-ma.org/
Primary URL Description: Workshop website for "African Americans in the Making of Early New England"
Secondary URL: https://afram-workshop.deerfield-ma.org/lessons-by-teachers/
Secondary URL Description: This is the section of our workshop website where we post lessons created by participating teachers.
Audience: K - 12


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