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The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum 1601-03 East North Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21213
Office: 410-563-3404
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Explore Our Past: Plan Our Future National Blacks in Wax Museum
A JOURNEY TO FREEDOM
Henry "Box" Brown
Hannibal
Carter G. Woodson
W.E.B. DuBois
Bessie Coleman
The Slavery Era
The Middle Passage
The Horror of Captivity
THE MAGNIFICENCE OF AFRICA
Imhotep
Chaka Zula
Queen Anne Njinga
Akhenaton
Makeda, Queen of Sheba
Imhotep

ISLAMIC AFRICA
Askia the Great
Bilal

THE COLONIAL PERIOD
Crispus Attucks
Benjamin Banneker
B.Banneker
THE CHRISTIAN TRADITION
Rev. Andrew Bryan
Bishop Richard Allen
Mother Mary E. Lange
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
Thomas Garrett
Harriet Tubman
Harriet Tubman
THE MASON
Prince Hall
Willard Allen
REBELLION
John Brown
Toussaint L'Ouverture
Nat Turner
Nat Turner
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Madam C.J. Walker
Osborne Payne
Harlow Fullwood
Reginald F. Lewis
Robert Samuel
Reginald F. Lewis
BLACKS IN THE MILTARY
General Daniel "Chappie" James
General Benjamin O. Davis
General Colin Powell
"AND A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM"
Emmett Till
Jocko Graves
Cripple Caesar
Boy on the Woodpile
Scottsboro Boys
Youth of the chain gang
I AM NOT AFRAID
Goodman, Chaney, Schwerner
Bombing in Birmingham
Voting rights struggle
Ancestors' worst nightmare
Otabenga
HARLEM RENAISSANCE
Zora Neale Hurston
Richard Wright
Paul Laurence Dunbar
James Baldwin
Langston Hughes
FOLK HERO
John Henry
SCIENTISTS, INVENTORS, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Granville T. Woods
Charles Drew
Lewis Latimer
Mary Eliza Mahoney
ISLAM IN MODERN AMERICA
Malcolm X
Hon. Elijah Muhammad
Noble Drew Ali
Rastafarianism
Bob Marley
JIM CROW ERA
Lady at Water Fountain
MODERN CIVIL RIGHTS ERA
Rosa Parks
Fannie Lou Hamer
Shirley Chisholm
Dr. Martin Luther King
Kweisi Mfume
Julian Bond
Dr. Benjamin Hooks
Roy Wilkins
Rev. Leon Sullivan
Adam Clayton Powell
James Weldon Johnson
Cecil Moore
Dorothy L. Heights
Hon. Thurgood Marshall
Walter White
THE CIVIL WAR
Martin Delaney
ABOLITION & WOMEN'S RIGHTS
Frederick Douglass
Sojourner Truth
THE WESTERN FRONTIER
Bill Pickett
THE SPACE FRONTIER
Guion Bluford
Dr. Mae Jemison
Dr. Ronald McNair
OUTSTANDING MARYLANDERS
Eubie Blake
Billie Holiday
Mickey Fields
Vashti Turley Murphy
John Murphy
Congressman Parren J. Mitchell
Clarence Mitchell, II
Dr. Benjamin Carson
Senator Clarence Blount
Thelma Banks-Cox
Mary Carter Smith
Pauline Wells Lewis
Reggie Lewis (N.B.A. Star)
Senator Troy Brailey
Bea Gaddy
Myrtle Tyler Faithful
THE LINKS INC. FOUNDERS
Margaret Hawkins
Sarah Scott
THE BLACK EXPLORER
Matthew Henson
THE SHARECROPPERS
BLACK RECONSTRUCTION

Charles Sumner
Robert Smalls
Thaddeus Stevens
FATHER OF BLACK NATIONALISM
Marcus Garvey
EDUCATORS
Mary McLeod Bethune
Booker T. Washington
George Washington Carver
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
A Phillip Randolph
Adam Clayton Powell
Isaac Myers
ATHLETES
Joe Louis
Jesse Owens
Jackie Robinson
A MAN OF MANY TALENTS
Paul Robeson
WRITERS
Alexander Puskin
Phillis Wheatley
MODERN AFRICAN LEADERS
Steve Biko
Winnie Mandela
Nelson Mandela
Jomo Kenyatta
Haile Selassie
THE STRUGGLE AGAINST LYNCHING: Lessons for today
Ida B. Wells-Barnett
SORORITY FOUNDER
Ethel Hedgeman Lyle
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