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Book Features Story Of Black College Park
By Akeya Dickson   - 08/13/2009

The Washington Post

More Info on This Book: Lakeland: African Americans in College Park

A book that outlines the history of Lakeland, an African American community formed about 1890 around the campus that became the University of Maryland, will go on sale Monday.

The book, "Lakeland: African Americans in College Park," is a product of the Lakeland Community Heritage Project, which organized to preserve the history of the northern Prince George's community.

The book tells the story of Lakeland, which sprouted up at the end of the 19th century around what was then Maryland Agricultural College. Arcadia Publishing, a California-based publisher of local history, is distributing the book.


Buy It Now: Lakeland: African Americans in College Park $21.99




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