EXHIBITS & STORIES

Everything in this on-line museum has a story to tell. Users can easily learn and research how African American life was lived in the 1600s, 1700s, 1800s, 1900s and beyone. Users can see everything that encompassed black life. From how people lived, acted, danced, learned to then societal norms, i.e. politics, work, military, culture etc.

SAA3DM will teach the world about African American History in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and across the country. Everything in the museum has a story to tell. We can easily learn how things were done in the 1600s, 1700s, 1800s, 1900s and, what life looked like and even what people wore and did everyday. It is living history coming alive from times gone by that help us understand ourselves from past African American History.

Slave Children on the Plaintation (c. Lawrence E. Walker Foundation Collection)

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