African American National Historic Landmarks Assessment by Susan Ferentinos, Turkiya L. Lowe

By Susan Ferentinos, Turkiya L. Lowe

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Engineering 2 The development and practice of leisure activities for refreshment, diversion, amusement, or sport. Entertainment/ Recreation 5 The history of persons having a common ethnic or racial identity Ethnic Heritage 172 Asian Black Hispanic Native American Pacific Islander Other APPENDIX B--ANALYSIS Persons having origins in the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent. Persons having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa Persons having origins in the Spanish-speaking areas of the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, and South America Persons having origins in any of the original peoples of North America, including American Indian and American Eskimo cultural groups.

The cottage was built in 1937 to house the home economics program. The Tredegar Iron Works employed thousands of enslaved African Americans. The site is representative of the history of industrial slavery in the Unites States. Designated an NHL in 1977 for industry, the site may require additional documentation of its African American historical significance. Walker was the founder and first president of the very successful St. Luke Penny Savings Bank. The daughter of an ex-enslaved woman and a Northern abolitionist, she was the first woman in the United States to charter a bank.

This property is the childhood home and gravesite of radical abolitionist, John Brown. Brown’s body was returned here for internment after his execution in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia after being convicted of treason for his raid on the Army Arsenal in an attempt to begin an insurrection against American slavery. As Undersecretary General to the United Nations, Bunche was the highest ranked person of African descent in the UN until the ascendancy of Kofi Annon to UN Secretary-General on December 19, 1996.

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