Diary of Charlotte Forten - Museum of the American Revolution
As a free African American living in the North in the 1800s, Charlotte Forten was luckier than most African Americans of her time. But she still faced segregation, limited opportunities, and the sharp barbs of racism. Through it all, Charlotte wrote down her experiences in a diary. Read her story, and learn about the pre Civil War days from someone who lived it.
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