Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

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Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

Recurring
Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

Recurring
Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

Free

Let None Be Excluded: The Origins of Equal School Rights in Salem

Recurring
Peabody Essex Museum East India Square, 161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

In the nineteenth-century, Salem residents celebrated the city’s early public school system for welcoming and educating all children. Despite the system’s success, the Salem school committee decided in 1834 to establish separate schools for Black children. This sudden decision and its implementation angered Black residents who launched a near-decade long struggle for the educational rights... View Article

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