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Nineteenth century historic village celebrating Juneteenth by interpreting Black Americans living in Western New York at the time of emancipation. The event will focus on everyday lives for these Americans – seeking to reunite with family members scattered across the country, establishing businesses, and building relationships. Join us for history, music, food, learning, reflection, fun, and connecting with the past so that we create a better future!

 

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