Mass. students hit the trail in pursuit of African-American history

05/7/2013 | Vineyard Gazette (Edgartown, Mass.)

Martha's Vineyard, Mass., social studies teachers Elaine Weintraub and Brian Scott recently led a group of high-school sophomores along what is known as the African-American Heritage Trail, which traces 25 key places and events on the island. Before venturing out for a first-hand look at the trail, students spent time in the classroom reviewing archival resources, such as census reports, newspaper archives and birth and death records.

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