A colorful, factual, and statistical tribute to the founding groups, solo artists, songwriters, instrumentalists and producers who immortalized Berry Gordy’s Motown and made it the most important black recording company in America. Copyright 2020. All Rights Reserved.
In commemoration of the centennial of The Harlem Renaissance, Tami Tyree tells the story of major bands and female vocalists who made their mark during the roaring twenties in Harlem. Also important during the period was the ascent of independent women through fashion, voting, and sexual liberation–illustrated here. Includes her original drawings (colored in) and samples for you to color. Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved
Commemorative journal from 2017 accompanies activities pertaining to Ms. Tyree’s work on Frederick Douglass and highlights places in Maryland and Washington, D.C. where Douglass was born, raised, and rose to prominence in America. Includes pictures and critical essays by its author. Copyright 2017. All Rights Reserved.
Tami Tyree’s overview of the slavery situation in America; with an emphasis on NY abolitionists Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and Sojourner Truth. The commemorative journal was inspired by her work as a singer on the Academy Award feature film 12 Years A Slave. Includes song lyrics of important spirituals and hymns in the African-American experience. Copyright 2014. All Rights Reserved.

Journals are limited editions; to purchase individual or bulk copies, contact Ms. Tyree for additional information and pricing.

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