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MADAM C.J. WALKER (1867-1919). Main Menu Early Life (Biography) Later Life (Biography) Inventions Recognition's Hardships Education Bibliography. Credits. Early Life . Born December 23, 1867 in Delta, Louisiana. Both her parents died of Yellow Fever Epidemic in 1874.

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MADAM C.J. WALKER (1867-1919)

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  • Early Life (Biography)
  • Later Life (Biography)
  • Inventions
  • Recognition's
  • Hardships
  • Education
  • Bibliography

Credits

early life
Early Life
  • Born December 23, 1867 in Delta, Louisiana.
  • Both her parents died of Yellow Fever Epidemic in 1874.
  • She had 1 daughter Lelia born June 6, 1885.
  • She married Moses Jeff Mc Williams in 1881.
  • Moses died in 1887 from a race riot.
  • Yellow Fever returned leaving her sister, Lelia, and herself out of work.

She suffered from Alopecia.

later life
Later Life
  • Madame C.J. Walker died at the age of 51 of a kidney failure result
  • Left 2/3 of her estate to charities and schools.

Before dying she couldcount over 2,000 agents selling her products.

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Inventions

  • The Wonderful Hair Grower
  • Glossine
  • Temple Grower
  • Tetter Salve

Redesigned steel hot comb

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Recognition

  • A museum was created by her .
  • The museum was Fredrick Douglas’s house .
  • She was the first self made, African- American millionaire.
  • Many beauty schools were created because of her.
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Hardships

  • She was born after the Civil war
  • She was orphaned at age 7
  • She was abused by her brother-in-law
  • She was widowed in 1887
  • She began to lose her hair in the 1890’s
  • She had limited education due to gangs and lack of extra time
  • When she was little she got no presents for holidays because there wasn’t enough money

MADAME C.J.WALKER

education
Education
  • She had limited formal education.
  • When possible she went to night schools.
  • Her employees looked up unfamiliar words for her.
  • Lelia helped her familiarize herself with vocabulary.
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Bibliography

  • www.lib.isu.edu/lif/chem/display/walker/html
  • www.Madamcjwalker.com
  • www.webaxis.com/madamwalker/mc,w.html
  • www.pluggedin.org/toolkitprojectsandgraphics/blackhist/walker.html
  • Books-Madam C.J. WalkerEntrepeneur By:Ailelia Perry Bundles
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