The Black History screensaver is a collection of over 100 images relating to African-American History in the United States. These follow through the list of important events and persons involved in the history of Black America.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:56
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Description: The Black History screensaver is a collection of over 100 images relating to African-American History in the United States.
A few of the people and events depicted here are Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois, Senator, Hiram Revels, Marcus Garvey, Mary Church Terrell, Adam Clayton Powell, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., The Harper's Ferry insurrection, the underground railroad, Troop A, Ninth U.S. Cavalry, the Nat Turner Slave Rebellion and the Scottsboro Boys case.
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