The Historic Hosanna School Museum’s website opened on the Internet a few weeks ago. It’s an attractively designed, informative source for information about the Hosanna School, the first public school for African American’s in Harford County. The nonprofit sponsors exhibits speakers, displays and other events that portray the contributions made by African-Americans and other ethnic groups. Check out their attractive website of this vibrant group by clicking here.
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