Notable Black American Women, Book 2

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Jessie Carney Smith
VNR AG, 1996 - Reference - 775 pages
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Complement's Notable Black American Women, with 300 additional women who have made significant contributions to American society and the world. Five hundred women were profiled in the original book. Each essay outlines significant achievements, and the public's response to those achievements.
 

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This book has left out one woman of importance, Septima Clark, who help to establish the adult education program for blacks in South Carolina. She also served as secretary of the NAACP with Martin Luther King before he became famous. She was an educator and civil rights activist. Her legacy deserves to be included in this important biography of Notable Black Woman. 

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Athough little is known about this curious figure Alice of Dunks oral historians a memory source for those whose lives overlapped with hers. A certain she told firsthand accounts of people and places in early philadelphia and nearby areas. This amazing womens who is said to have lived to the age of 116 lit the pipe of will am penn the proprietor of pennsylavania.  

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