Honoring Their Paths: African American Contributions Along the Journey Through Hallowed Ground
This book depicts the indelible contributions made by African Americans who lived within the Journey by shining a light on the realities of slave life, freemen, nationally acclaimed artists and civil rights leaders, and revealing three hundred years of untold contributions to our American heritage.
Robert K. Sutton, PhD, Chief Historian for the National Park Service said, “After three years of extensive research, this remarkable book brings to the public a rich and complex component of our American narrative by looking beyond the bricks and mortar of historic sites to the people who—through courage, creativity and conviction—helped shape our nation.”
Published by the JTHG.
Softcover, 248 pages, 9" x 6", b/w photos,By Dr. Deborah Lee