Black History Month Display

February Adult Programs @ Your Library

The Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library looks forward to its February Programs*.  This includes the under50over, Book Clubs, Crafts-to-Go, Freeman Needlecrafters, MWA Advisors, and various celebrations of Black History Month. All programming is supported by the Friends of Freeman Library. 

For more information on any of our programs in February, please contact the library at (281) 488-1906 or visit us at the upstairs Information Desk. The Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library is located on 16616 Diana Lane, just off of Bay Area Boulevard.

*To print the calendar for February, click on the attachment below.

Black History Month Display

Next time you visit the Atascocita Branch Library, make sure to stop at our display on African Americans and the Civil War.  Please let us know if you would like to check out any of the books, or if you would like additional assistance finding items. This display was created by Circulation Assistant,  Janet Gibbons.

Additional Information

Underground Railroad, American Civil War

Most African Americans resisted enslavement. Whenever possible, individuals attempted to liberate themselves by running away. This Web site explores the history of the Underground Railroad that existed in the early 19th century to help enslaved people flee the South. The site contains topic headings, a chronology of events, photographs, maps, and more!

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