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Brantford's Black History

Underground Railroad in Brantford

  Brantford's Black History The Underground Railroad & Brantford     Many of the members of the early Black com...

The Importance of Sophia Pooley

  Brantford's Black History The Importance of Sophia Pooley     Sophia Pooley was born into slavery in Fishkill, Ne...

The Story Of Joseph Brant

  Brantford's Black History The Story of Joseph Brant     Some early Black History in Brantford dates back to 1784,...

Why Mohawk Park Matters

  Brantford's Black History Why Mohawk Park Matters     In 1903, the anniversary of Emancipation Day was celebrated...

Greenwood Cemetery & Andrew Lucas

  Brantford's Black History Greenwood Cemetery & Andrew Lucas     Located at 235 Clarence Street, this cemetery...

The Remarkable Blanche Williams

  Brantford's Black History The Remarkable Blanche Williams     In 1885, Brantford resident Blanche Williams was pr...

Public Execution of Robert Over and John Moore

  Brantford's Black History Public Execution of Robert Over & John Moore   On June 7th, 1859, Brantford’s only ...

Baptist Church And Reverend William Ree

  Brantford's Black History The Baptist Church & Reverend William Ree   The first baptist church in Brantford w...

SR Drake Memorial Church

  Brantford's Black History SR Drake Memorial Church     East Ward was home to early Black settlers in Brantford. A...

"Little Africa"

  Brantford's Black History "Little Africa"     In the first half of the 1800's, East Ward became home to many fr...
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