Black History by U.S. Cities

Consider how Black History by U.S. Cities began from the first arrival of Africans with the Spaniards exploring in St. Augustine, Florida in 1565. By 1609, the black presence increased in area near Hampton, Virginia in 1609, when the British established a colony. Then 1619, in New York City and the wretched curse of slavery spread across land taken from Native Americans. Some came a free fur trappers. The black presences formed later in northern cities after they abolished slavery. As we know, Blacks used the Underground Railroad to freedom. Other blacks migrated west to freedom and land owning opportunities and multiple to numbers seen today. Lastly, America has seen black immigration from the Caribbean and Africa.

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