Live Speech Given By Christine Arato, United States Dept. of Interior's National Park Service Chief Historian, Northeast Region, Presentation at "Parting Ways" Museum of African American & Cape Verdean American Ethnohistory, Inc. & Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust Event Held on Veterans Day, Tuesday November 11, 2014 at the First Parish of Plymouth Universal Unitarian Church Honoring Four Black Revolution.

Speech Given By United States Congressman Honorable William Keating Given on Veterans Day 11/11/14 at Veterans Day Event Sponsored Sponsored By The "Parting Ways" Museum Corporation & The United State Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust.

Dr. Mark Attucks, Director Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Descendant of Crispus Attucks, The First Black/First American To Die At The Boston Massacre
Beginning The American Revolutionary War.

Honorable Vinny deMacedo- First Cape Verdean Senator in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts speaks on Veterans Day 11/11/14 at sponsored event by The Parting Ways Museum Corp & the US Congressional Black Caucus Veterans Braintrust.

Dr DeFalco, Chief Academic Officer of New Bedford Public Schools Endorses at the Cape Verdean American Veterans Club during a fundraiser with special guest: Dr. Mark Attucks, Descendent of Crispus Attucks, 1st casualty in the American Revolution.

Retired former UMASS Dartmouth Professor Everett Hoagland, recites a poem he wrote in the bicentennial year of 1976, titled "NOTES & THOUGHTS OF "PARTING WAYS", Honoring Four Black African American Revolutionary War Veterans Patriot Heroes, and their homestead & final resting place (cemetery), located in "America's Home Town of Plymouth/Kingston, Massachusetts. Hidden in the woods off Route # 80. Not far from the Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower, where tens of thousands of tourists visit annually ,not knowing that hidden in the woods are the graves of four (4) former slaves who were America's first black African American Veterans, They served with General George Washington, They were awarded 106 acres of land, and founded the settlement called New Guinea. This historical discovery begins a quest to honor the 5,000 Black Patriots, of the Revolutionary War 1776, all but forgotten is the 21st century, however there is a noble effort by a handfull of men ,to bring this history to the classrooms of American schools.~