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Minority Culture

Accohannock Native American Living Village
The Accohannock Indian Tribe is striving to build a Living Village on Maryland's Eastern Shore as a future economic development and self-sufficiency project. Watch for news of our progress.

Website:
http://www.indianwatertrails.com

Contact:
Accohannock Indian Tribe
Box 404 - Marion, MD 21838
410-623-2660
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African-American Heritage - Worcester County, Maryland
Worcester County has figured prominently in the development of the African-American presence on Maryland's Eastern Shore.

Website:
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Contact:
Worcester County Tourism
Lisa Challenger, Director
104 West Market Street - Snow Hill, MD 21863
410-632-3110 -or- 800-852-0335
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African-American Historic Sites on the Lower Shore
These site features selected historic sites in Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties that reflect the rich culture and heritage of African Americans.

Website:
http://skipjack.net/af-am_sites/
Delmarva African American Pride Magazine
The Eastern Shore edition of Maryland African American Pride Magazine pledges to publicize positive people and activities that affect the MD Eastern Shore; to advocate for improvements in the communities; to promote Black-owned businesses and trade with those who show support for our communities; and to promote equal opportunity for all.

Website:
http://www.africanamericanpride.com

Contact:
410-543-2926
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University of Maryland Eastern Shore Community Outreach
Website:
http://www.umes.net/

Contact:
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Backbone Road
Princess Anne, MD 21853
410-651-2200





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