Florida's Back To Africa Movement: 1890-1920

"I Am Here To Demand My Rights
And To
Hurl Thunderbolts
At The Man
Who Would Dare
To Cross
The Threshold
of My Manhood."
-Henry   McNeal   Turner

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  • A Traveling Exhibit and Lecture Series on the Black Relocation Movement led by African Methodist Episcopal Bishop Henry McNeal Turner (1834-1915), the "Black Moses." The Exhibit Consists of one self-standing unit; lecture topics vary by the three guest lecturers.


    The Exhibit is now owned by the
    EPOCH
    Verna Herrington
    PO BOX 3077
    DelRay Beach, Florida 33447
    Phone: (516) 272-6538
       Matheson Historical Center   
    Sunday, September 20th, 1998, 2:00 P.M.
    Speaker: Sherry Sherrod DuPree
    Reference Librarian, Santa Fe Community College
    "The AME Church and Black Culture"
    Matheson Historical Center
    Gainesville, Florida

       Live Oak Public Library   
    Sunday, October 18th, 1998, 2:00 P.M.
    Speaker: Dr. Maxine Jones
    History Professor, Florida State University
    "Stepping Out of Bounds"
    Live Oak Public Library
    Live Oak, Florida

       John G. Riley House   
    Sunday, November 22th, 1998, 2:00 P.M.
    Speaker: Dr. David Jackson,
    History Professor, Florida A & M University
    "The Jim Crow Era"
    John G. Riley House
    Tallahassee, Florida

       Bethune-Cookman College   
    Sunday, January 10th, 1999, 2:00 P.M.
    Speaker: Sherry Sherrod DuPree
    Reference Librarian, Santa Fe Community College
    "The AME Church and Black Culture"
    Learning Resource Center
    Daytona Beach, Florida

       Jacksonville Historical Center   
    Sunday, February 7th, 1999, 2:00 P.M.
    Speaker: Dr. David Jackson,
    History Professor, Florida A & M University
    "The Jim Crow Era"
    South Bank-Riverwalk
    Jacksonville, Florida

       Project Director   
    Jo Harben
    Email: JLHO@gnv.ifas.ufl.edu

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