Timeline: African American
A black navigator, Pedro Alonso Niño, travels with Christopher Columbus's first expedition to the New World.
A Dutch ship brings 20 African indentured servants to the English colony of Jamestown, Virginia.
One of the earliest slave revolts takes place in Stono, South Carolina. A score of whites and more than twice as many blacks slaves are killed as the armed slaves try to flee to Florida.
Black Mesa may refer to: Places in the United States: Black Mesa (Oklahoma), in
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The Black Mesa Research Facility, or B.M.R.F. for short, is the headquarters of ...
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History of the Hopi and Navajo lands and current happenings of Big Mountain -
Black Mesa AZ.
Apr 25, 2012 ... To let people know of the history of Peabody Coal Company on Black Mesa In
1911, geologists discovered coal on Black Mesa Believed ...
Oct 12, 2000 ... You are here: Home / / A Brief History Of Relocation On Black Mesa ... The land
known as Black Mesa is home to thousands of traditional ...
Video: “Crisis On Black Mesa” About Camp Anna Mae Sundance Ground's
Desecration, by Indigenous Action Media. A Short history & Report of the Annual
When Peabody Coal Co. opened strip-mining on Black Mesa in 1970 it started
using 1.4 billion gallons each year to slurry 5 ... Our history is also your history.
As of January 1, 2006, one of the most contentious U.S. coal mining operations,
the Black Mesa Mine on Hopi and. Navajo reservations in northeastern Arizona, ...
Black Mesa is not black and it is not a mesa. ... built the three largest government-
funded projects in U.S. history–the Hoover Dam, the Central Arizona Project, ...