Niagara Gazette

Opinion

September 25, 2012

BRADBERRY: Free at last ... but when?

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Niagara Gazette — Of course there remains a great deal more to be understood and celebrated about the contributions of Lincoln and the Africans to the development and rich history of the Niagara Frontier on both sides of the border.

One way to accomplish this might be to visit the exhibition while it is on display in Buffalo next week, or better still, help bring the original Emancipation Proclamation to Niagara Falls; it could eventually, if all goes as planned, some day be exhibited at the newly restored Customhouse which will house our Underground Railroad Interpretive Center.

Why not?

Contact Bill at bill.bradberry@yahoo.com

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