Eliza Henderson, Entrepreneurs and Landowners, Fred Foote Sr., Frederick Foote Sr.
: Ms. Gundry, 5 & Dime Store, 9th Ohio Regiment, Camp Alger, Colonel Campbell, Colonel Young, Colored Citizens Protective League, County Health Organization, Dr. Harold Johnson, Education, Fred Foote Sr., Galloway Methodist Church, Gerrymandering, Housing, James Lee Colored School, Joseph Tinner, Landownership, Luther Jackson High School, M. E. Church, Manassas High School, Mary Ellen Henderson, Munson Hill, NAACP, Post Office, President Theodore Roosevelt, Racial Discrimination, Republican Voting, Residential Segregation, School Desegregation, Seven Corners, Spanish American War, Thompson House (Chimney House), Truck Farms, Typhoid Fever, Village Improvement Society, Virginia Training School
Falls Church, Fred Foote Sr., Frederick Foote Jr., Freedie Foote, Politics
A collaborative project between: African and African American Studies, George Mason University, and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. Funding was provided in part by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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