I have a student working on a paper on the Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery in Columbus, the efforts to restore it in the late 19th/early 20th century, and the beginning of annual Memorial Day ceremonies at the cemetery. He is looking for sources that might provide the voice of Columbus' African-American community at this time. Did Columbus have an African-American newspaper during these years, and is it preserved on microfilm anywhere? Any other sources, primary or secondary, on the African-American community during these years that might provide information or at least context?
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CALL FOR PAPERS:
New Paths in the Environmental History of North America and the Ohio Valley
October 8-10, 2015
David Stradling (University of Cincinnati)
Mark Hersey (Mississippi State University)
This year will mark the second annual James A. Garfield Symposium, and the Symposium Committee, in conjunction with the Lakeland Faculty Association (LFA), is proud to announce the first annual NEOEA/LFA Garfield Symposium Undergraduate History Essay Contest. The Garfield Symposium was organized in 2014 to make a connection amongst Garfield-related Sites and organizations, focusing on Northeast Ohio. These sites include the James A.