The rise and fall of Dearfield, a colony for Blacks built by man named after a great Haitian general

The rise and fall of Dearfield, a colony for Blacks built by man named after a great Haitian general
Oliver Toussaint Jackson had a dream when he founded Dearfield on the high plains of Colorado: to create a self-sustaining settlement free from racism for Black people and their children to live. At a time when Black families found it difficult to buy property in Denver areas in Colorado, Jackson was able to persuade Black...

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