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FREEDOM WHEN
 

Naomi Carrier...  Read more

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Annie Mae Hunt
 

Annie MAe Hunt..  Read more

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RMOD - Naomi Carrier
 

RMOD - Naomi Carrier Radio Memphis...  Read more

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Emancipation Avenue Bus Stop Tours

The Bus Stop Tours, organized by Naomi Mitchell Carrier, share a complete history of African-American Texans along Emancipation Avenue....  Read more

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Naomi Carrier at Egypt Plantation, Texas for National Trust and Texas Historical Commission “Slave Cabin Sleepover” with Joe McGill
 

Naomi Carrier at Egypt Plantation, Texas for National Trust and Texas Historical Commission “Slave Cabin Sleepover” with Joe McGill...  Read more

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Carrier travels with husband, Eugene Carrier and B. B. King for Radio Memphis
 

Carrier travels with husband, Eugene Carrier and B. B. King for Radio Memphis...  Read more

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“Rising from the Rails: Story of Pullman Porters Musical”
Arkansas County Historical Society

 

“Rising from the Rails: Story of Pullman Porters Musical”
Arkansas County Historical Society...  Read more

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The Emancipation Avenue Bus Stop Tour
 

The Bus Stop Tours, organized by Naomi Mitchell Carrier, share a complete history of African-American Texans along Emancipation Avenue. In her Field Study for the National Trust for Historic...  Read more

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Emancipation Trail H.R.434 gets President’s Signature
 

President Trump approves study for historic Emancipation Trail from Galveston to Houston...  Read more

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Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Leads The Effort to Establish the Emancipation National Historical Trail
 

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Leads The Effort to Establish the Emancipation National Historical Trail...  Read more

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Bill To Create An African American National Historic Trail In Houston, Galveston Awaits Presidential Approval
 

If it receives a national designation, the Emancipation Trail stretching from Galveston to Houston could be the second trail of its kind, focused on the experiences of African Americans. ... Read more

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Texas Trail Could Get National Historic Designation
 

There is one designated National Historic trail in the United State devoted to African American History and in time the second could be in Texas.  Read more

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