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Lucile Bluford played a key role in the elimination of the country's "separate but equal" doctrine. Though losing a legal battle for admission to MU's graduate program in... details>>
Learn how to preserve and document military artifacts that veterans carried home, including uniforms, medals, letters, and photographs. Sponsored by the Friends of Fort Scott... details>>
Lee Ward, owner of the museum Funeral History in Independence, will discuss how pre-Civil War attitudes and history of enslaved blacks has influenced the black funeral. We... details>>
Come witness history first hand with these incredible collections of military artifacts. Kansas City Military Collectors Club is sponsoring the Annual Military Collectors... details>>
Freedom's Frontier began as a grassroots effort through the work of people just like you, who were concerned about our landscape and understood that we have an important, nationally significant story to share about the struggle over freedom on the frontier, a struggle that shaped our nation's history, a struggle that remains relevant even today.
2014 Year In Review
We appreciate your interest and involvement in Freedom's Frontier and look forward to your participation. Join us in our efforts by signing a partner pledge and returning it to the Freedom's Frontier office.
We welcome you to join us at our partner meetings that take place every other month.
The March meeting will be held at the Lee's Summit, Missouri Historical Society Museum, 220 SW Main Street.
Meeting time is 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. with opportunities to "tour on your own" after the meeting, the great historic city of Lee's Summit or the new Lee's Summit History Museum.
For a copy of the meeting AGENDA click here.
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