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Jeanes Teachers

Anna T. Jeanes was a Philadelphia Quaker philanthropist who sought to improve community and school conditions for rural African Americans.

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Mary Frances Early (b. 1936)

On August 16, 1962, Mary Frances Early became the first African American to graduate from the

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Seeing Georgia: Changing Visions of Tourism in the Modern South
Seeing Georgia: Changing Visions of Tourism in the Modern South investigates how the state transformed itself during the twentieth century from a way station along the route to Florida into a popular ...

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Lauren Gunderson (b. 1982)

One of the most produced playwrights in the United States, Lauren Gunderson's oeuvre includes plays, musicals, screenplays, and picture books.

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