African American Life in Philadelphia2017-09-23T17:59:42-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/831/20170923182542003_hd.jpgJudith Giesberg talked about what life was like for African Americans in Philadelphia during and after the Civil War. She described how many former slaves took out newspaper ads to find family members.
Judith Giesberg talked about what life was like for African Americans in Philadelphia during and after the Civil War. She described how many former slaves took out newspaper ads to find family members.
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Judith Giesberg Professor Villanova University->History Department
Lori D. Ginzberg Professor Pennsylvania State University->History and Women's Studies
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