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1-100 q The inventor of the traffic light and the gas mask.
1-100 a Garrett Morgan
2-100 q He developed over one hundred forty uses for the peanut
2-100 a Dr. George W. Carver
3-100 q She started a college for girls in Florida with only $1.50.
3-100 a Mary McLeod Bethune
4-100 q The first African American to get her poetry published.
4-100 a Phillis Wheatley
5-100 q The Greatest Defensive Center in the history of basketball. He played for the Boston Celtics.
5-100 a Bill Russell
6-100 q The First African American Male to win an Academy Award.
6-100 a Sidney Poitier
1-200 q Invented a method to smooth and soften African American hair. The first black female millionaire.
1-200 a Madame C. J. Walker
2-200 q First to develop a blood bank.
2-200 a Dr. Charles Drew
3-200 q Has a Doctorate degree in Education and appeared on the TV show his name was Dr. Huxtable.
3-200 a Dr. William Cosby
4-200 q She read poetry at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton.
4-200 a Maya Angelou
5-200 q The First African American NFL coach to win the Super Bowl.
5-200 a Tony Dungy
6-200 q Called the “poet laureate of soul music”. A singer, songwriter, producer.
6-200 a Smokey Robinson
1-300 q Invented the ironing board.
1-300 a Sarah Boone
2-300 q She was the first black woman in space.
2-300 a Mae Jemison
3-300 q The first black president of a college in the United States.
3-300 a Daniel Payne
4-300 q The first female African American to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature.
4-300 a Toni Morrison
5-300 q The first woman to repeat as Olympic heptathlon champion.
5-300 a Jackie Joyner Kersee
6-300 q The first African American female to win an Academy Award
6-300 a Hattie McDaniel
1-400 q Invented a lubricant for steam engines, known as the “Real”
1-400 a McCoy Elijah McCoy
2-400 q The first black woman U. S. Surgeon General.
2-400 a Jocelyn Elders
3-400 q First African American to appear on a postage stamp.
3-400 a Booker T. Washington
4-400 q One of America’s most original writers, was a central figure in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920’s and 1930’s.
4-400 a Zora Neale Hurston
5-400 q Hits 715 home run, breaking Babe Ruth’s record.
5-400 a Hank Aaron
6-400 q Known as “Satchmo”. The greatest jazz trumpeter of the 20 th century.
6-400 a Louis Armstrong
1-500 q The inventor of first Farmer’s Almanac
1-500 a Benjamin Banneker
2-500 q Heart Surgery Pioneer
2-500 a Daniel Hale Williams
3-500 q Supporter,Spiritual and Emotional mentor to Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.
3-500 a Benjamin Mayes
4-500 q He published his first poem, “The Negro Speak of Rivers” at the age of 19 years old
4-500 a Langston Hughes
5-500 q The First black person to win at Wimbledon.
5-500 a Althea Gibson
6-500 q The first black woman television host.
6-500 a Oprah Winfrey
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