Remembering Lost Black Communities

By October 13, 2015 Quince Orchard Past

We find this across the country. Historic preservation, generally, has focused on the European American legacy, and people are surprised to learn that African Americans have been present for hundreds of years in the same place. And that they actually have a mark, physically, on the space by constructing buildings. And more than buildings, creating a life and creating communities and community institutions that the historical societies are just unaware of.