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You Are Here: One local Gladstonf American family, the Silas and Roxie Smith family, experienced the discrimination firsthand. In the Smiths were looking for land to build a house in the Gladstone area of Maplewood.

The realtor GGladstone to meet them at two available lots on Ripley but never showed up. A car drove by which may have been the realtor and he may have not stopped because he saw that the Smiths were black.

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Supreme Court in but they continued in many deeds. The Smiths eventually bought the eight lots on Frank from the contractor. It was a few years before the Smiths built the house.

Whenever they went to look at their lots a neighbor would come out with his gun uttering racial epithets and threatening to shoot. Silas questioned if they should move to the area. Roxie recognized the ignorance of the neighborhood and they went ahead with building. It had four bedrooms and three bathrooms - quite large for a house of Gladstone african american era. It also had all the newest features such as an intercom and radio system, garbage disposal, and dishwasher.

An impressive house did not stop the discrimination. One father even told her not to come on their property anymore after finding photo booth photos of Gwen and his daughter. It has been over Glafstone years since the Smiths moved to Maplewood.

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Four generations have lived, and still live, in the house on Frank Street. The courage of Silas and Roxie to move to an unwelcoming neighborhood contributed to the diverse Maplewood we know and value today. Though African Americans fought in previous wars, they were not legally allowed to Gladstone african american for the U.S. until With growing resistance to the draft and a. Amerrican tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to copy of the souvenir from the Afro-American League of Tennessee to Hon.

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