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Paul Cuffe (1759-1817) was the richest African American in the United States during the early 1800’s.  At the age of 19, he sued the Massachusetts courts for the right to vote stating that taxation without representation should be illegal.  He built on his own farm, New Bedford’s only school for the children of “free Negroes” and personally sponsored their teachers.

Paul Cuffe (January 1759 – September was a Quaker businessman, sea captain, patriot, and abolitionist. He was of Aquinnah Wampanoag and West African Ashanti descent and helped colonize Sierra Leone. Cuffe built a lucrativ

VIRGINIA RECKLESS DRIVING LAWYERS &   MARYLAND RECKLESS DRIVING ATTORNEYS  Defending Reckless Driving tickets in Virginia (VA), Maryland (MD) state and federal courts

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Famed attorney Louis A. Bedford Jr. died Thursday after a long battle with prostate cancer. He was 88.  In 1966, Bedford became the first black to serve on Dallas’ municipal court.  His death was announced by the Dallas Bar Association. In 1968, Bedford was the fourth black attorney to join the association. At that time minority lawyers experience racism in the criminal justice system.

Famed attorney Louis A. died Thursday after a long battle with prostate cancer.

A rare, Indonesian flower at the Franklin Park Zoo is expected to bloom Sunday. Amorphophallus titanum, a large, ordorus flower will be the second of two corpse flowers to bloom at the zoo. The zoo has extended hours for visitors to view the flower free of charge. Its greenhouse will be open from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. each day the flower is in bloom.  It will close at 9:30 and reopen at 10 a.m.

Franklin Park Zoo expects rare corpse flower to bloom sometime Sunday

Federal appeals court in Boston rules Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional - Metro Desk - Local news updates from The Boston Globe

Old Roanoke County Court House and Confederate Memorial ~ Salem, Va

Do re-enact war-battles of rebels winning. Don't keep bringing up slavery! Old Roanoke County Court House and Confederate Memorial ~ Salem, Va

Paul Cuffee (1759-1817) was the richest African American in the United States during the early 1800’s, but never stopped championing the cause of better conditions for his people. At the age of 19, he sued the Massachusetts courts for the right to vote stating that taxation without representation should be illegal. He built on his own farm, New Bedford’s only school for the children of “free Negroes” and personally sponsored their teachers. He authored the first document of its kind…

Paul Cuffee (1759-1817) was the richest African American in the United States during the early 1800’s, but never stopped championing the cause of better conditions for his people. At the age of 19, he sued the Massachusetts courts for the right to vote stating that taxation without representation should be illegal. He built on his own farm, New Bedford’s only school for the children of “free Negroes” and personally sponsored their teachers. He authored the first document of its kind…

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