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  Black Southwestern Pennsylvanians' Freedom Claims and Free Soil in the Slave South 1780-1850  
(Seminar/Conference)

Lucien Holness is an associate professor in the Department of History. He specializes in African American history and the early United States. His current manuscript project examines the making of free soil and black freedom, as well as the abolitionist movement in southwestern Pennsylvania from 1780 to 1865.

The Virginia Tech Center for Humanities presents a series of talks by faculty research associates who will discuss their work. A light lunch will be provided during the presentation, with a Q & A session to follow. All talks are open to the public and we invite anyone to attend. While not required, please RSVP for lunch if possible.

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Location: Squires Student Center room 300, 290 College Ave
Price: Free
Sponsor: Center for Humanities
   
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