Yes, Boston has Black museums and things. To see what impact the Early Africans and today’s African Americans have made in the Northeast, book a tour to visit The Black Heritage Trail of Boston, the Black Heritage Heritage Trail of New Hampshire and the Black Heritage Trail in Portland Maine, (Vermont, RI and CT) coming soon. The BlackBoston.com AboutBlackBoston.org Getaways (ABBG) tour operator sells Black Heritage tours while accommodating sightseeing historic 1775-era attractions Boston tourists crave.
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AboutBlackBoston.org Getaways has formed Black tour trips to over 100 Great Black Heritage Places and Festivals in New England to explore. Why there’s also the Black New England Conference to attend, the annual Newport Jazz Festival Boston Bus Trip and Festival Ticket Package, whole island tour and driveby of Black Martha’s Vineyard, a Black museum on Nantucket Island, and more.
Did you know that the Early Africans in New England and the first documented Africans who arrived in Boston 1638, were enslaved, but nevertheless, had they not contributed their skills and culture to the early colonies, New England could have been taken over by the French, the Indians or the British — the AMERICA we know of today would have never happened without the early Blacks.
Boston had a unique role in the founding of America, and Black people were at the nucleus of its formation strategy.
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