MARYLAND AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE WEBSITES
Family members of the archaeology project Sukeek’s Cabin.
Courtesy of Jefferson Patterson Park Museum
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(Click on archaeology, research projects, Sukeek’s Cabin)
Learn about an archaeological excavation of a 19TH century domestic site and
the genealogy of a black family from Calvert County.
The Art of Joshua Johnson
Learn about America’s first documented African American painter on this
children’s website from the Maryland Historical Society.
Stay Connected/Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Users can trace the work of native Maryland artists and those affiliated with
the state including Joshua Johnson, James Amos Porter, Joyce & Elizabeth
Scott and Matthew Daniel “Bay Bay” Williams.
The Port Deposit Black Sox of Cecil County
Discover the history of Cecil County’s black baseball team the Port Deposit
Black Sox and their manager Thomas Fields, Sr.
Rough Diamonds: The Mid-Atlantic Negro Leagues & Sandlot Heroes
African American baseball teams of Prince George’s County are featured from
an exhibit curated by the Black History Program of the Maryland-National
Capital Park and Planning Commission.
Frederick Douglass: Talbot County’s Native Son
9 vignettes of Douglass’s life are featured here including “Early Life,” “To
Baltimore and Back,” “The Rise to Prominence,” “L