Nicodemus: National Historic Site
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By Judith Fertig |
Nicodemus, Kansas, is the oldest surviving African-American pioneer town west of the Mississippi. Established in 1877, the town is symbolic of the pioneer spirit of those who dared to seek personal freedom and the opportunity to make a new life on the western frontier. This colorful booklet gives a concise history of the historic all-black community.
8 pages, 7.5 x 10 inches, softcover