Black Voices: 19th-Century Black Writers on Beacon Hill Walking Tour
On this tour we’ll meet some of the Beacon Hill-based Black thinkers and writers who made their mark on literary and political history.
On both the north and south sides of Beacon Hill in the 1800s, writers and writing were essential to everyday life. On the South Slope, the life of the wealthy white literati was lively and productive, with wide-ranging subjects that became the basis for a golden age of American literature. On the North Slope, the center of Boston’s free Black community, Black writers, although influenced by their South Slope neighbors, were laser-focused on the great topic of the era, slavery. OnView more
$17.00 - Adult, $10.00 - Child, Free - Child Under 6
Joy Street at Smith Court, Boston, MA