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The Forging of a Black Community

Seattle's Central District, From 1870 Through the Civil Rights Era
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Through much of the twentieth century, black Seattle was synonymous with the Central District--a four-square-mile section near the geographic center of the city. Quintard Taylor explores the evolution of this community from its first few residents in the 1870s to a population of nearly forty thousand in 1970. With events…

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