Thursday • October 21
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The Leagcy of Daniel & Nathan Boone
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Travelín On Radio will continue exploring the lives of Daniel and Nathan Boone and their legacy in the African-American community. Father Moses Berry, founder of the Ozarks African-American Heritage Museum, will share the history and artifacts of this important museum and its relationship to the Boones. Then, Angela DaSilva of the National Black Tourism Network will share a first-person presentation of a Missouri Slave woman named Lila at the Daniel Boone home.
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The Ozarks African-American Heritage Museum
An Ash Grove Missouri native, Father Moses Berry founded the Ozarks African-American Heritage Museum with his own family's artifacts, preserved for generations on the Berry family farm. This farm has been owned by the Berry's since 1872. Father MBerry takes Ian and Tonya on an extraordinary tour of the museum, and explores his familyís ties to the Boones.
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The Ozarks African-American Heritage Museum Part Two
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The Story of Lila
In a somber re-enactment of slavery in Missouri, Angela Da Silva of the National Black Tourism Network shares a first-person presentation of a slave woman named Lila at the Daniel Boone home.
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The Story of Lila Part Two
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