Education: The Burning Desire of Freedmen and Slaves

To obtain an education was the burning desire of most free blacks, especially those who had once been slaves. There were no schools in the south and very few public schools in the north that allowed black residents to attend. From 1829 to 1849, Ohio excluded black students from their public schools, and most of […]

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