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Mr. Hari Jones

Curator

African American Civil War Museum

Direct Phone: (910) ***-****       

African American Civil War Museum

1925 Vermont Ave , NW

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20001

United States

Company Description

The mission of the African American Civil War Museum is to preserve and tell the stories of the United States Colored Troops and African American involvement in the American Civil War. We utilize a rich collection of primary resources, educational program... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Independent Researcher and Consultant

Hari Jones

Affiliations

Board Member
National Civil War Museum

Professor Emeritus and Volunteer Coordinator of the Voices of Photography Oral History Project
Joseph Bellows Gallery

Professor Emeritus and Volunteer Coordinator of the Voices of Photography Oral History Project
Mary Virginia Swanson

Founder
Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series

Education



Civil War Preservation Trust Teacher Institute



University of Oklahoma

BFA
Painting and Photography
Maryland Institute

MFA

University of New Mexico

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Hari is currently an independent researcher and consultant and serves on the board member of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is one of the foremost authorities on the role of Americans of African descent in the Civil War. Hari's refreshingly new perspective on this subject reveals just how extensive and well-organized these Americans were in their efforts to end slavery and gain their rights as citizens in league with the Constitution.
Hari is a proud native of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. And before Hari fully immersed himself in historical research and investigation, he served in the United States Marine Corps for over twenty years as an infantryman, an artillery officer and an intelligence officer. He retired as a captain in 1997. Since then he has been conducting extensive research on the military service of Americans of African descent throughout American history. His research has shed light on the many myths surrounding the military contributions of these Americans. As the curator, content developer, and script writer for the African American Civil War Museum's exhibit entitled "The Glorious March to Liberty," he dispels such myths by employing the voices of the history makers. "In our exhibit," he explains, "we quote no scholars. If you were not there in the making of the history, you do not get a quote in our exhibit."
Hari was the content developer, script writer and curator for the permanent exhibit "Glorious March to Liberty" at the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC. Hari has also worked on exhibits that have been on display across the country. He was a content developer for the National Park Service (NPS) museum at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Tuskegee, Alabama, a content adviser for the American Civil War Museum traveling exhibit "Take Our Stand" and a content adviser for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exhibit "Discovering the Civil War."
Television outlets, including the History Channel, Fox News, NBC and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) have also sought his expertise. He appeared on the award winning documentary "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates," the History Channel's "Gettysburg" documentary, and over a dozen other documentary films. He notes that his most enjoyable appearance was on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?
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Hari is the author of a book of poetry, historical novels and an historical series entitled For Light and Liberty. The first in this series The Road to Emancipation: How the War to Preserve the Union Became a War to End Slavery was published in 2012.
Mr. Jones has been featured on:
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NPR The Truth ABout Juneteenth - Hari Jones
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Washington Post - A Juneteenth Story with Hari Jones
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Hari Jones will be speaking at the following venues:
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Hari Jones hari@harijones.com
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Hari Jones Bio

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Hari is currently an independent researcher and consultant and serves on the board member of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is one of the foremost authorities on the role of Americans of African descent in the Civil War. Hari's refreshingly new perspective on this subject reveals just how extensive and well-organized these Americans were in their efforts to end slavery and gain their rights as citizens in league with the Constitution.
Hari is a proud native of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. And before Hari fully immersed himself in historical research and investigation, he served in the United States Marine Corps for over twenty years as an infantryman, an artillery officer and an intelligence officer. He retired as a captain in 1997. Since then he has been conducting extensive research on the military service of Americans of African descent throughout American history. His research has shed light on the many myths surrounding the military contributions of these Americans. As the curator, content developer, and script writer for the African American Civil War Museum's exhibit entitled "The Glorious March to Liberty," he dispels such myths by employing the voices of the history makers. "In our exhibit," he explains, "we quote no scholars. If you were not there in the making of the history, you do not get a quote in our exhibit."
Hari was the content developer, script writer and curator for the permanent exhibit "Glorious March to Liberty" at the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC. Hari has also worked on exhibits that have been on display across the country. He was a content developer for the National Park Service (NPS) museum at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Tuskegee, Alabama, a content adviser for the American Civil War Museum traveling exhibit "Take Our Stand" and a content adviser for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exhibit "Discovering the Civil War."
Television outlets, including the History Channel, Fox News, NBC and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) have also sought his expertise. He appeared on the award winning documentary "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates," the History Channel's "Gettysburg" documentary, and over a dozen other documentary films. He notes that his most enjoyable appearance was on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?
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Hari is the author of a book of poetry, historical novels and an historical series entitled For Light and Liberty. The first in this series The Road to Emancipation: How the War to Preserve the Union Became a War to End Slavery was published in 2012.
Mr. Jones has been featured on:
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NPR The Truth ABout Juneteenth - Hari Jones
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Washington Post - A Juneteenth Story with Hari Jones
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Hari Jones will be speaking at the following venues:
Contact
Hari Jones hari@harijones.com
Management and Booking:


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Hari Jones Bio

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Hari is currently an independent researcher and consultant and serves on the board member of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is one of the foremost authorities on the role of Americans of African descent in the Civil War. Hari's refreshingly new perspective on this subject reveals just how extensive and well-organized these Americans were in their efforts to end slavery and gain their rights as citizens in league with the Constitution.
Hari is a proud native of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. And before Hari fully immersed himself in historical research and investigation, he served in the United States Marine Corps for over twenty years as an infantryman, an artillery officer and an intelligence officer. He retired as a captain in 1997. Since then he has been conducting extensive research on the military service of Americans of African descent throughout American history. His research has shed light on the many myths surrounding the military contributions of these Americans. As the curator, content developer, and script writer for the African American Civil War Museum's exhibit entitled "The Glorious March to Liberty," he dispels such myths by employing the voices of the history makers. "In our exhibit," he explains, "we quote no scholars. If you were not there in the making of the history, you do not get a quote in our exhibit."
Hari was the content developer, script writer and curator for the permanent exhibit "Glorious March to Liberty" at the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC. Hari has also worked on exhibits that have been on display across the country. He was a content developer for the National Park Service (NPS) museum at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Tuskegee, Alabama, a content adviser for the American Civil War Museum traveling exhibit "Take Our Stand" and a content adviser for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exhibit "Discovering the Civil War."
Television outlets, including the History Channel, Fox News, NBC and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) have also sought his expertise. He appeared on the award winning documentary "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates," the History Channel's "Gettysburg" documentary, and over a dozen other documentary films. He notes that his most enjoyable appearance was on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?
...
Hari is the author of a book of poetry, historical novels and an historical series entitled For Light and Liberty. The first in this series The Road to Emancipation: How the War to Preserve the Union Became a War to End Slavery was published in 2012.
Mr. Jones has been featured on:
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NPR The Truth ABout Juneteenth - Hari Jones
...
Washington Post - A Juneteenth Story with Hari Jones
...
Hari Jones will be speaking at the following venues:
Contact
Hari Jones hari@harijones.com
Management and Booking:


HARIJONES.COM

www.harijones.com [cached]

Hari Jones Bio

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Hari is currently an independent researcher and consultant and serves on the board member of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is one of the foremost authorities on the role of Americans of African descent in the Civil War. Hari's refreshingly new perspective on this subject reveals just how extensive and well-organized these Americans were in their efforts to end slavery and gain their rights as citizens in league with the Constitution.
Hari is a proud native of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. And before Hari fully immersed himself in historical research and investigation, he served in the United States Marine Corps for over twenty years as an infantryman, an artillery officer and an intelligence officer. He retired as a captain in 1997. Since then he has been conducting extensive research on the military service of Americans of African descent throughout American history. His research has shed light on the many myths surrounding the military contributions of these Americans. As the curator, content developer, and script writer for the African American Civil War Museum's exhibit entitled "The Glorious March to Liberty," he dispels such myths by employing the voices of the history makers. "In our exhibit," he explains, "we quote no scholars. If you were not there in the making of the history, you do not get a quote in our exhibit."
Hari was the content developer, script writer and curator for the permanent exhibit "Glorious March to Liberty" at the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC. Hari has also worked on exhibits that have been on display across the country. He was a content developer for the National Park Service (NPS) museum at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Tuskegee, Alabama, a content adviser for the American Civil War Museum traveling exhibit "Take Our Stand" and a content adviser for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exhibit "Discovering the Civil War."
Television outlets, including the History Channel, Fox News, NBC and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) have also sought his expertise. He appeared on the award winning documentary "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates," the History Channel's "Gettysburg" documentary, and over a dozen other documentary films. He notes that his most enjoyable appearance was on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?
...
Hari is the author of a book of poetry, historical novels and an historical series entitled For Light and Liberty. The first in this series The Road to Emancipation: How the War to Preserve the Union Became a War to End Slavery was published in 2012.
Mr. Jones has been featured on:
...
NPR The Truth ABout Juneteenth - Hari Jones
...
Washington Post - A Juneteenth Story with Hari Jones
...
Hari Jones will be speaking at the following venues:
Contact
Hari Jones hari@harijones.com
Management and Booking:


HARIJONES.COM

www.harijones.com [cached]

Hari Jones Bio

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Hari is currently an independent researcher and consultant and serves on the board member of the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He is one of the foremost authorities on the role of Americans of African descent in the Civil War. Hari's refreshingly new perspective on this subject reveals just how extensive and well-organized these Americans were in their efforts to end slavery and gain their rights as citizens in league with the Constitution.
Hari is a proud native of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. And before Hari fully immersed himself in historical research and investigation, he served in the United States Marine Corps for over twenty years as an infantryman, an artillery officer and an intelligence officer. He retired as a captain in 1997. Since then he has been conducting extensive research on the military service of Americans of African descent throughout American history. His research has shed light on the many myths surrounding the military contributions of these Americans. As the curator, content developer, and script writer for the African American Civil War Museum's exhibit entitled "The Glorious March to Liberty," he dispels such myths by employing the voices of the history makers. "In our exhibit," he explains, "we quote no scholars. If you were not there in the making of the history, you do not get a quote in our exhibit."
Hari was the content developer, script writer and curator for the permanent exhibit "Glorious March to Liberty" at the African American Civil War Museum in Washington, DC. Hari has also worked on exhibits that have been on display across the country. He was a content developer for the National Park Service (NPS) museum at the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site at Tuskegee, Alabama, a content adviser for the American Civil War Museum traveling exhibit "Take Our Stand" and a content adviser for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) exhibit "Discovering the Civil War."
Television outlets, including the History Channel, Fox News, NBC and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) have also sought his expertise. He appeared on the award winning documentary "The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross with Henry Louis Gates," the History Channel's "Gettysburg" documentary, and over a dozen other documentary films. He notes that his most enjoyable appearance was on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?
...
Hari is the author of a book of poetry, historical novels and an historical series entitled For Light and Liberty. The first in this series The Road to Emancipation: How the War to Preserve the Union Became a War to End Slavery was published in 2012.
Mr. Jones has been featured on:
...
NPR The Truth ABout Juneteenth - Hari Jones
...
Washington Post - A Juneteenth Story with Hari Jones
...
Hari Jones will be speaking at the following venues:
Contact
Hari Jones hari@harijones.com
Management and Booking:

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