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No Man's Land: A Traveling Exhibit throughout Texas

Thursday, December 07, 2017

About The Event

The exhibition will highlight the military service and home front experiences of African Americans from East Texas during the First World War. It displays the names of over 11,000 African American veterans who served in the war and allows visitors to learn more about service members' families and communities.

The traveling exhibition will appear at multiple cities in Texas, including Huntsville, Houston, Port Arthur, Lubbock, Longview, Lufkin, and Prairie View. More venues will be added over the (American) centennial period.

For more information, please visit: www.nmltx.org.


Contact : Dr. Lila Rakoczy; project director of No Man's Land
Category: Museums and Exhibitions

 

Location : Texas

, TX,
USA

 

 

Dr. Lila Rakoczy
(512) 463-5833
lila@nmltx.org

For more information, please visit: www.nmltx.org.

 No Man's Land: A Traveling Exhibit throughout Texas

 

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