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"Slave Boy Brought to Waterbury from Bucks Hill by Aunt Ella Johnson's Second Husband (Whelan)" Ninth-plate ambrotype, circa 1855 The Face of Slavery & Other African American Photographs -- American Museum of Photography

"Slave Boy Brought to Waterbury from Bucks Hill by Aunt Ella Johnson's Second Husband (Whelan)" Ninth-plate ambrotype, circa 1855 The Face of Slavery & Other African American Photographs -- American Museum of Photography

Ambrotype Mischievous Child | eBay

Ambrotype Mischievous Child

Ambrotype Mischievous Child | eBay

Manhood in Black and White: A. Philip Randolph. His 1925 organization of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was considered the first labor union solely comprised of Blacks. Randolph was a staunch tactician of organized African-American social movements that placed immense pressure on American political stakeholders. 1920s.

Manhood in Black and White: A. Philip Randolph. His 1925 organization of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was considered the first labor union solely comprised of Blacks. Randolph was a staunch tactician of organized African-American social movements that placed immense pressure on American political stakeholders. 1920s.

Ruby Bridges, first African-American to attend a white elementary school in the South (Nov. 14th, 1960)

Ruby Bridges, first African-American to attend a white elementary school in the South (Nov. 14th, 1960)

Helen and Henry Walker, Twin siblings, the female child being Albino seen here in promotional pitchcard for Burnell's Museum in Louisiana 1866.

Helen and Henry Walker, Twin siblings, the female child being Albino seen here in promotional pitchcard for Burnell's Museum in Louisiana 1866.

Love this 1910 photo of very fashionable ladies. Wish it was in color.  From museumca.org via Pinterest

Love this 1910 photo of very fashionable ladies. Wish it was in color. From museumca.org via Pinterest

Amanda Berry Smith was born enslaved January 23, 1837. Smith became well known for her beautiful voice and evangelized throughout the South and the West. In 1876, she was invited to speak and sing in England and ended up staying for a year and a half conducting religious services. After her return to the United States, she founded the Amanda Smith Orphan’s Home for African American children in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois.

Amanda Berry Smith was born enslaved January 23, 1837. Smith became well known for her beautiful voice and evangelized throughout the South and the West. In 1876, she was invited to speak and sing in England and ended up staying for a year and a half conducting religious services. After her return to the United States, she founded the Amanda Smith Orphan’s Home for African American children in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois.

Great NC History Blog Image of the U.S. Colored Troops from Wilmington, NC

Great NC History Blog Image of the U.S. Colored Troops from Wilmington, NC

Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee, sister of Diana Ross of The Supremes, became the first African American to be appointed dean of a predominantly white medical school in the United States. In 1993, Ross-Lee became the first African American woman dean of a United States medical school. She remained dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of Ohio University until 2001.

Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee, sister of Diana Ross of The Supremes, became the first African American to be appointed dean of a predominantly white medical school in the United States. In 1993, Ross-Lee became the first African American woman dean of a United States medical school. She remained dean of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of Ohio University until 2001.

Dr. Alexa Canady became the first african american woman neurosurgeon in 1981.

Dr. Alexa Canady became the first african american woman neurosurgeon in 1981.

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