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African American School
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TitleAfrican American School
AbstractThe first public school for black people in the city, located in Westport, is mentioned in the abstract under SEMINARY LANDS: 2.71 acres between colored schoolhouse and Main Cross Street in Westport (SW ΒΌ of Sec. 20, T 49, Range 33) - Jackson County, Mo. - Significant parties involved: James Jennings, John Campbell, Christina McCoy.
LocationSC9: Abstracts Collection--Seminary Lands
SubjectPublic schools
Firsts
Local SubjectAfrican Americans
Kansas City School District
Item TypeArchival Material
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Item ID101324
CONTENTdm number35838
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