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African American History in the Sourlands

By Linda Tancs

Sourland Mountain is a ridge straddling the borders of Somerset, Hunterdon and Mercer counties in New Jersey. Among its charms is one of the most historic buildings, the 120-year-old, one-room Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. Now known as the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum, it recounts the culture and contributions of African Americans who lived in the Sourlands for hundreds of years.

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3 Comments»

  Eromonsele Emmanuel wrote @

This is beautiful black heritage Linda and something I’ll like to see.

  Linda Tancs wrote @

The Sourlands region is beautiful and worth a visit!

  Eromonsele Emmanuel wrote @

🙂


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