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Boston school boycotted in 1840s.

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Title:
Boston school boycotted in 1840s.
Description:
This article from 1964 gives the history of integration in Boston. Boston had a storied past, and was the first state to formally codify integrated schools. In the mid 19th century, activism, including boycotts, led to the end of formal, or de jure, segregation in Boston schools.
Author:
Jacobs, Donald M.
Date:
February 23, 1964
February 23, 1964
Format:
Documents
Genre:
articles
Location:
Northeastern University Library
Collection (local):
Phyllis M. Ryan papers (M94)
Series:
Clippings
Subjects:
Civil rights
Massachusetts
Boston
Demonstrations
Discrimination in education
Public schools
School integration
Segregation in education
Law and legislation
Boston Public Schools
Places:
MassachusettsSuffolk (county)Boston
Extent:
1 page
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Publisher:
Boston, Massachusetts : Boston Globe
Notes (acquisition):
Donated by Phyllis M. Ryan
Language:
English