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Aull About History 6 – Black History in Morgantown and Monongalia County

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Welcome to the fifth episode of Aull About History, the local history podcast from The Dominion Post in partnership with the Aull Center, a branch of Morgantown Public Library.

Follow along as we explore the rich history of Morgantown and North Central West Virginia.

In this episode, historians Nathan Wuertenberg and Mike McClung take a look at some of Morgantown and Monongalia County’s Black history through the years. We cover everything from Revolutionary war veterans to local civil rights activists.

See all of Nathan’s original videos at the Aull Center’s TikTok page:

Music in this episode:

“Frog In The Well” by Lucas Gonze

Lofi Sadness by RamolPro