Celebrate Black History in Williamstown

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Celebrate Black History in Williamstown

Celebrate Black History in Williamstown

Previous Lectures

Online Lecture: “Black People in 19th-Century White Oaks,” presented by Dustin Griffin. From July of 2021.

Online Lecture: “Black People in 19th-Century White Oaks,” presented by Dustin Griffin

Online Lecture: “The Chadwells of Williamstown,” presented  by Dustin Griffin. From November of 2020.

The Chadwells of Williamstown – Online Lecture

 

Additional Resources

House of Strangers is a book written by Oscar H. Greene, an African American man who grew up in Williamstown during the 1930s. The book is an account of his childhood experiences.

 

Elizabeth “Mum Bett” Freeman:
From Slavery to Freedom

Hosted by OLLI in January of 2022.

An Online Talk with Dr. Frances Jones-Sneed
Professor Emerita, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

 

 

Explore our Collection Online!

https://williamstown.pastperfectonline.com/