Part of the gallery will be transformed into an office installation with furniture and artifacts lent from the Bronzeville Historical Society to provide a work space for Samantha Hill.
Bronzeville Historical Society provides Underground Railroad themed tours and Bronzeville Historic Site tours year round. Call 312 428-8033 for details
Fernando Jones I Remember When the Blues were RED HOT!
FREEDOM LIFTED ~ Nat’l Underground Railroad Freedom Center Tour April 11-12, 2014 Chicago Commemoration Tour to Cincinnati, Ohio departs from Stephen A. Douglas Monument Park at 11:30am on Friday April 11, 2014. Chicago’s Underground Railroad heritage will be presented by Sherry Williams before coach bus travel to Cincinnati, Ohio. Registration and Payment due Friday, …
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Feb 15, 2014 at Hall Branch Library- 4801 s. Michigan Ave. at 1:30pm
Exploring The Dynamics of Black Core Culture – The Powerful Positive Aspects of African American Life” will be presented by Sherry Williams at Hall Branch Library located at 4801 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. See you at 1:30pm on Sat. Feb. 15, 2014
Nov 17, 2013 Hello Friends, We are pleased to announce the Resilience and Renewal Tour produced by the Bronzeville Historical Society and Field Museum. Training sessions and tours will highlight the African American story in and around Beaubien Woods including freedom-seeker waterway travel, civic action in Altgeld Gardens, the Calumet Region’s natural assets, and the …
Camp Douglas was a Civil War military installation in existence from 1861 until 1865 and located in the Bronzeville area of Chicago. The northern boundary was 31st Street, south 33rd Place, east Cottage Grove Avenue and west to, probably, Giles Avenue. Approximately 40,000 Union soldiers, including African Americans, entered service and were trained at the …
This year Chicago Film Archives has teamed up with the Forum to spotlight home movies from the Bronzeville community. https://facebook.com/TheForumBronzeville. 11:00am – 3:00pm Sat. Oct 19, 2013 at Chicago History Museum – 1601 North Clark St. Chicago
Push to make Pullman Historic District a National Park