281 Africans aboard the Antelope ship were brought to Savannah by the U.S. Treasury.
Time Periods: Early 19th Century: 1800 - 1849
Themes: African American, Criminal Justice & Incarceration, Laws & Citizen Rights, Racism & Racial Identity, Slavery and ResistanceRead More
Fred Korematsu was arrested on a street corner in San Leandro, California for resisting Executive Order 9066, in which all people of Japanese descent were incarcerated in U.S. concentration camps.
Time Periods: Prosperity, Depression, & World War II: 1920 - 1944
Themes: Criminal Justice & Incarceration, Asian American, Democracy & Citizenship, Racism & Racial Identity, Wars & Related Anti-War MovementsRead More
During the Coal Creek War, there was a labor uprising to protest convict leasing.
Time Periods: Industrial Revolution: 1877 - 1899
Themes: African American, Criminal Justice & Incarceration, LaborRead More