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I'se Was Here! - Archer Alexander

In honor of Black History Month, the Maplewood Public Library will present a program event on Thursday, February 28, 2019 @ 6:30-7:30pm at Maplewood City Hall about one of Missouri's very own hometown American Heros whose courage & bravery helped turn the tide of the Civil War in the struggle for freedom and equality in one of the Nation's key battles, while still a slave to Confederate secessionist sympathizers. Archer Alexander, (1810-1879) was immortalized as the ex-Slave kneeling at the foot of Abraham Lincoln, at the Lincoln Emancipation Memorial Statue, in Lincoln Park, near the U.S. Capitol.

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