When and Where I Enter: Selections from the History of African-American Women in Worcester

Event Details
  • Description

    Worcester Celebrates Black History Month

    A collaborative display by the Black History Project of Worcester, Worcester Historical Museum and the City of Worcester

    Visit the display case on the third floor of City Hall during the month of February presented by the Black History Project of Worcester, a group collecting, archiving and digitizing black history of the Worcester community. The display will feature photos of freed slave Bethany Veney and the first black Worcester school teacher, Sarah Ella Wilson.

  • Time
    Friday, February 1, 2019 • 8:30 AM
  • Where?
    City Hall, 455 Main Street - Map It
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    City Hall serves as the hub of local government. In 1894, the four-story building was constructed with grey Milford granite, and has a central tower rising 205 feet above the street. The interior, decorated in marble, oak and mahogany, boasts a grand staircase that goes from ground floor to the third floor. Marble stairs, ornate cast iron balusters, and a mahogany hand rail contribute to the elegance of this remarkable architectural feature. Limited visitor parking is available underneath City Hall plaza.


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