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Chicago’s Great Migration history constitutes a critical chapter in the narrative of African-American post-emancipation diaspora in the United States. Excavations demonstrate that substantial amounts of material culture from household contexts are preserved within Chicago’s Bronzeville...
Between the mid-nineteenth and mid-twentieth centuries, thousands of men, women, and children in the American South were forced to labor for private businesses and individuals under the convict lease system. This system disproportionately impacted Black men and boys, although it also ensnared...
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