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|Title:||Crispus Attucks Museum|
Crispus Attucks was Indianapolis' first segregated high school built for African-Americans in 1927. It was named after Crispus Attucks, a black man who was the first American to die in the Boston Massacre in 1770, a precursor to the American Revolutionary War. In 1986, the school converted from a high school to junior high school. This digital collection captures the history of the high school through its yearbooks (1928-1986), newspapers, and graduation programs.
|Types:||Yearbooks | Newspapers|
|Subjects:||Crispus Attucks High School (Indianapolis, Ind.) | African American schools--Indiana--Indianapolis | High schools--Indiana--Indianapolis | Segregation in education--Indiana--Indianapolis | Discrimination in education--Indiana--Indianapolis | United States, Indiana, Indianapolis, 39.768403, -86.158068|
|Institution:||Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis University Library|
|Contributors:||IUPUI (Campus). Library|
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/digitalscholarship/collections/CAttucks|