Allen's New Orleans Minstrels Quarantined, 1900
- Digitized: 1900
This column in the Freeman (Washington, DC: African-American newspaper) featured information on travelling black actors and performing groups including African-American minstrel shows. This February 10, 1900 article mentions the quarantine of Allen's New Orleans Minstrels in Pensacola, possibly because of yellow fever though that is not implicitly stated.
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Physical Description Note
Digital clipping from digitized issue of The Freeman, February 10, 1900. AAN.
Contributor: Added by Dean DeBolt, 13 September 2015.
- African Americans--Florida--Pensacola Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Minstrel Shows (African-American) Subject Source: Local sources
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Blacks Subject Source: Local sources
- Pensacola (Fla.)--Yellow Fever. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Yellow fever--Florida--Pensacola. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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