An African Victorian Feminist: The Life and Times of Adelaide Smith Casely Hayford, 1868-1960

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Howard University Press, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 235 pages
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Hayford was an education innovator in Sierra Leone, schooled in England and Germany. She was dedicated to the education of young women, and in the face of opposition from her own Creole elite, she founded a school for girls. When Hayford came to America to raise funds for her school, she met with Walter White, James Weldon Johnson, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Nannie Helen Burroughs. The account is taken from memoirs, papers, letters, and newspapers. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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The Creole World of Sierra Leone
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The Education of Girls in Freetown
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Family and Early Years in England
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