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Trains, Parks, Pullman Porters & A Unique Travel Guide

Steamtown National Historic Site was set aside to provide sufficient year-round facilities and programs so that visitors can understand the role of steam and diesel railroads in the growth of our country ...

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A VivaFlorida 500 Presentation Fort Mose St. Augustine, Florida

Fort Mose St. Augustine, Florida The First Free Black Settlement in Colonial America ...

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Trains, Parks, Pullman Porters & A Unique Travel Guide

[caption id="attachment_13603" align="alignleft" width="288"] Trains, Parks, Pullman Porters & A Unique Travel Guide[/caption] Trains, Parks, Pullman Porters & A Unique Travel Guide Former porters (from left) Bill Costen, Thomas Dunn, and E. Donald Hughes II were honored by Amtrak in a ceremony at Washington’s Union Station, 2008  (CSM Photo) By Audrey Peteramn Welcome to Day #117 of our “365 Parks ...

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‘Food Stamps’ cuts will hurt poor Black families

[caption id="attachment_13480" align="alignleft" width="288"] SNAP[/caption] ‘Food Stamps’ cuts will hurt poor Black families By Freddie Allen      WASHINGTON, D.C. (NNPA) – Both the House and Senate have passed bills that would reduce funding of the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly called food stamps, but the extent of the cuts will not become known until negotiators from both ch ...

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Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott

Florida law banning texting while driving signed by Gov. Rick Scott ...

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June 3 Community Meeting

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Piney Grove First Baptist Church celebrates 109th year anniversary

The Piney Grove First Baptist Church recently celebrated its 109th anniversary and is one of Broward County’s most significant historical institutions. ...

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Rep. Frederica Wilson honors veterans on Armed Forces Day

Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson honored some 100 U. S. Military Forces veterans ...

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Oklahoma Tornado deaths revised down to 24, including 9 children

medical examiner’s office has revised the death toll from 51 to 24, including nine children. ...

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Howard University Provost WayneFrederick extols value of HBCUs

HBCUs have a 30 percent graduation rate, with about 32 percent of students at private four-year institutions graduating within six years, along with 29 percent at public schools. ...

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