Casiville Bullard House

Casiville Bullard House, Front View

Casiville Bullard House, Front View, 1282 Folsom Street, St. Paul

Western Appeal

The Western Appeal was one of the most successful African American newspapers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. At the height of its popularity, it was published in six separate editions in cities across the United States, including St. Paul.

Casiville Bullard House, St. Paul

The 1909 Casiville Bullard House in St. Paul is a rare example of a house built and owned by an African American skilled laborer in the early twentieth century in Minnesota. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 in recognition of its significance.

John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams, editor of the Western Appeal, c.1922.

Amanda Lyles (Mrs. Thomas H.)

Amanda Lyles (Mrs. Thomas H.)

Amanda Lyles, wife of Thomas Lyles, early co-owner of the Western Appeal, c.1913. Photograph by Kregel Photo Parlors.

James K. Hilyard

James K. Hilyard

James K. Hilyard, early co-owner of the Western Appeal, c.1886.

John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams

John Quincy Adams, editor of the Western Appeal, c.1892.

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