Hale Woodruff’s “The Mutiny on the Amistad,” 1939,  is the first of three murals depicting  a mutiny by slaves in 1839 that resulted in the first civil rights trial in the U.S.
Hale Woodruff’s “The Mutiny on the Amistad,” 1939, is the first of three murals depicting a mutiny by slaves in 1839 that resulted in the first civil rights trial in the U.S. Peter Harholdt Talladega College
Hale Woodruff’s “The Mutiny on the Amistad,” 1939, is the first of three murals depicting a mutiny by slaves in 1839 that resulted in the first civil rights trial in the U.S. Peter Harholdt Talladega College

KC celebrates Hale Woodruff: Three museums showcase artist’s stunning murals, quiet life

October 16, 2015 06:00 AM

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