Sculptures

Barefooted-Sax-PlayerS

Dimensions: 8.875″hx6.625″wx7.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Bass-Player-No1S

Dimensions: 6.375″hx8.875″wx6″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Joseph & Michel McHenry Portland OR

Bass-Player-No2S

Dimensions: 6.5″hx10.125″wx6.25″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Congo-DrummerS

Dimensions: 9.125″hx6.125″wx7.125″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer-No1

Dimensions: 6″h x 6.875″w x 6.9375″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer-No2S

Dimensions: 6.3175″h x 6.25″w x 7″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection Vancouver, WA

The-Sax-SerenadeS

Dimensions: 8.25″hx7″wx6.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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BlackUSA History

Shirley Graham Writer

Anna Ella Carroll Writer, civil-war strategist

Prudence Crandall Pioneer Civil-Rights Educator

The Pittsburgh Courier Early African American newspaper

Anna Maria Weems Underground Railroad Slave

John James Neimore Publisher

Annie Onieta Plummer The Dictionary Lady

Jonh Brown Abolitionist

Liberia Established Freed American slaves established country of Liberia

Briton Hammon First African American prose writer of note

Matthias de Sousa Adventurer

Andrew Young Named Ambassadoe and Chief US Delegate

Milla Granson Helped make it possible for slaves to teach other slaves.

Roland Burris, a longtime Illinois state official, was named to succeed former Senator and

Gus Savage ascended to Congress as an outsider to elective politics. A veteran civil right