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Notable Kentucky African Americans Database University of Kentucky Libraries Images from Kentuckiana Digital Library collections (except where noted)
Pullam (or Pullum) slave jail 149 North Broadway Lexington, Kentucky photo Griffin and Pullum one of the largest slave trade firms in Kentucky Bullock Photograph Collection
last slave sale at courthouse Lexington, Kentucky C. Frank Dunn Photographs Collection,
rock fences built by slaves Leestown Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky C. Frank Dunn Photograph Collections,
KNEA ( ) Kentucky Negro Educational Association full text online journal Kentuckiana Digital Library - Etexts
Bracktown Colored School 1901 Bracktown, Fayette County, Kentucky Fayette County Schools Photographic Collection
Briar Hill Colored School 1901 Briar Hill, Fayette County, Kentucky Fayette County Schools Photographic Collection
Uttingertown School No Uttingertown (Fayette County), Kentucky Fayette County Schools Photographic Collection
Owisly Academy No G. Owisly, Teacher South Elkhorn, Fayette County, Kentucky Fayette County Schools Photographic Collection
Burdine Colored School 1921 Burdine (Jenkins), Kentucky Jenkins Kentucky Photographic Collection
(now) Kentucky State University 1898 photo At Work of the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky Collection
Janitors 1899 Kentucky State University University of Kentucky general photographic prints
Lincoln Institute ( ) Established in Shelby County in response to Kentucky Day Law that segregated Berea College Ad from KNEA Journal v.7, no.1
Simmons University, Louisville, Kentucky (central heating plant construction 1936) Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
Dotson High School (construction ) Princeton, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
Unidentified Belle Brezing Photographic Collection
Isaac S. Hathaway ( ) sculptor (far right) C. Frank Dunn Photographs Collection
Wheelwright Methodist Church Choir 1946 Wheelwright, Kentucky Russell Lee: Wheelwright, KY Photographic Collection
Golden Jubilee Parade 1916 Louis Edward Nollau F Series Photographic Print Collection
groom and horse Dixiana Farm, Fayette County, Kentucky C. Frank Dunn Photographs Collection,
Furman Currington and son 1946 mine workers in Kenvir, Harlan County, Kentucky Russell Lee Photographic Collection
Open House Day at Negro Women’s Sewing Center 1936 Louisville, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
WPA Nursery School Louisville, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
WPA Nursery School Trimble County, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
downtown ceremony Danville, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
storm sewer workers Newport, Kentucky Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection
Domestic Life and Accident Insurance Co. Founded by Green P. Hughes 1921 Ad from KNEA Journal v.1,n.1, p.28
Mammoth Life Insurance Company Lexington 1949 largest black-owned business in Kentucky Selected Images of Lexington Collection
Kentucky high school basketball game James Edwin Ed Weddle Photographic Collection
Muhammad Ali 1974 UK Homecoming Luncheon James Edwin Ed Weddle Photographic Collection
Alvin C. Hanley ( ) college recruiter - far left in 1978 photo Portrait Print Collection (U of KY)
Moneta J. Sleet, Jr. ( ) Photographer - 1 st African American to win Pulitzer Portrait Print Collection (University of Kentucky)
Bernadette Locke 1 st woman assistant coach in Division I Men’s NCAA Basketball Portrait Print Collection (University of Kentucky)
John T. Smith ( ) 1st African American from Kentucky to earn a doctorate at UK University of Kentucky general photographic prints
Frank X Walker author, poet, educator - from Danville, Kentucky Photo by Tracy A. Hawkins
Renee Shaw host, co-producer, writer, managing editor “Connections with Renee Shaw” KET Photo from the Kentucky Educational Television website
Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development 2006 Publication available online
Construction Projects 1934 – 1942 Nelson County – Woodford County Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection University of Kentucky.
WPA Construction Projects within Kentuckys 120 Counties Goodman-Paxton Photographic Collection, PA64M1, Special Collections, University of Kentucky.
19 th Century African American Legislators of Tennessee Produced at the Tennessee State Library and Archives Nashville, Tennessee edition ……….
19th Century African American Legislators of Tennessee Produced at the Tennessee State Library and Archives Nashville, Tennessee 2005 ……….
Resources in African American History at the Tennessee State Library & Archives.
Black History Month By: Kevin Price University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Resident Advisor - Snyder Hall NOTES I made a new slide each night and put.
One of five commercial buildings to survive the 1916 fire, the Home National Bank Building was the second known local banking establishment. Constructed.
Mohawk Special Education Program Program Goals and Outcomes Life Skills Social/Communication Skills Functional Academics Vocational Skills Advocacy.
Frank X Walker. Artist and Activist [Art] is the perfect thing to learn to appreciate different cultures, to bring people together who wouldnt normally.
Southampton University Research Repository POETS discussion on Open Access Pauline Simpson and Jessie Hey 23 September 2004.
Economic, Political, and Social Changes in Georgia: 1870 to 1918.
Photo Courtesy of Kentucky Historical Society Boy Scout camp on a farm in Mason County, ca. 1970s.
Close proximity to Nashville and Memphis Minutes from Kentucky, and Missouri 4 hours or less from Louisville, St. Louis, and Little Rock.
Department of African American & African Studies Merritt College Where African Centered Scholarship and Community Activism Unite.
Increase in the number of cities and the people living in them Urbanization.
Harlem Renaissance 1920s – 1940s Harlem, New York City.
Photographers often want to communicate a thought or emotion with their work. Although the camera lens views the world impartially, the photographer constantly.
Unit 7 Boom and Bust. A Resurgence of Nativism Because of the red scare- the fear that communist would threaten freedom in the United states Palmer raids-
FEBRUARY BLACK HISTORY MONTH TULSA PUBLIC SCHOOLS -Diversity and Equity Office “IT doesn’t matter who you are, where you come from. The ability to triumph.
ERIC and the 21 st Century: Education Research in the Digital Age Erwin Flaxman James Lonergan.
The United States 1800s and Early 1900s Maine – Trucks waiting to unload potatoes at starch factory.
America at the Turn of the Century. World War I (US view) President Wilson- declares US neutrality, but the Lusitania is sunk in 1915 by Germany Unrestricted.
Note for edits and draft. text above this line is off screen Maximizing Knowledge with Minimal Budget and Space East View Information Services EASL Conference.
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North Carolina Central University 1801 Fayetteville Street Durham, NC : Celebrating 100 years Motto: Truth and Service Colors: Maroon and.
Free Black People in Antebellum America ( ) The Demographics, Limited Freedom and Opportunities in the North.
THE HONORABLE TOMOTHY C. EDMOND BACKGROUND NATIVE of Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina. Judge Edmond is a Special Agent with the SC House of Representatives;
Connected to the Civil War In Arkansas. The Civil War in Arkansas The controversies over the rights of states and the issue of slavery erupted into the.
African American Educators of Rapides Parish. Success doesnt come to you...you go to it. Marva Collins, African American Educator Perpetual optimism is.
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