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Boone Farm: Its People and Place in Middletown History 

by PATRICIA MERVINE

Boone Farm is over 300 years old. This book explores the history of the property and the 20+ owners who lived there—who they were, what their lives were like, and the history they witnessed, from the Colonial era of the early 1700s through the early 1970s. The book also features photos of the farmhouse just before its transformation into the new home of the African American Museum of Bucks County.

100% of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to the AAMBC Building Fund.

$20.00

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Pieces from the Past: Voices of Heroic Women in Civil Rights 

Editor:  Joan H. Sadoff, M.Ed., MSW

Co-Editors:  Robert L. Sadoff, M.D.; Linda Needleman, M. Ed. 

Pieces from the Past is unique in that it presents little known incidents, personal anecdotes and heroic behavior of several women of the Civil Rights Movement who helped change the political, social and racial landscape of the South in the 1960s. 

   The stories are written by the women who are able to write them or by friends and/or relatives who knew them intimately. Some are written by well-known authors and writers, and others by family members.

   These women were dedicated to the cause of freedom and distinguished themselves through commitment and bravery. Their stories must be told and they must be remembered as leaders of the Civil Rights Movement.

   The authors in this volume include Joanne Prichard Morris, Betty Pearson, Stanley Dearman, Constance Slaughter Harvey, Joan Mulholland, John C. Brittain, Lawrence Guyot Rose Freeman Massey, Charles McLaurin, Regena Lynn Thomas, Barbara Devine Russell, Monica Land, Constance Curry, Gloria Dickerson, Kempton Horton, and Bill Minor.

100% of the proceeds from book sales will be donated to the AAMBC Building Fund.

$20.00

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