Washington, D.C.: 1861-1962

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Since the Civil War, African Americans have broken down barriers of race and class and permeated nearly every sphere of influence in Washington, D.C. From the kitchen galleys of the U.S. Capitol to the upper echelons of the Executive Office, the contributions made by African Americans are a critical part of the history, culture, and infrastructure of the District of Columbia.

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Washington, D.C.: 1861-1962
2006, Arcadia Publishing (SC)

ISBN-13: 9780738542409

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