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Mary Bethune . By; Camren Chambliss. Mary’s Childhood. Mary Bethune was born in Mayesville,South , Carolina July 10, 1875. She was the fifthteenth of seventeen children. Meeting President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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mary bethune

Mary Bethune

By; Camren Chambliss

mary s childhood
Mary’s Childhood
  • Mary Bethune was born in Mayesville,South ,Carolina July 10, 1875. She was the fifthteenth of seventeen children.
meeting president franklin d roosevelt
Meeting President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • She also was appointed as a national adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. She was known as "The First Lady of The Struggle” because of her commitment to bettering African Americans.[1]
making the new school
Making the New School
  • Bethune first worked as a teacher briefly at her former elementary school in Sumter County. In 1896, she began teaching at Haines Normal and Industrial Institute in Augusta, Georgia, which was part of a Presbyterian mission organized by northern congregations. It was founded and run by Lucy Craft Laney. A former slave, Laney ran her school with a Christian missionary zeal, emphasizing character and practical education for girls. She also accepted the boys who showed up eager to learn. Laney's mission was to imbue Christian moral education in her students to arm them for their life challenges. Of her year at Laney's school, Bethune said,
  • "I was so impressed with her fearlessness, her amazing touch in every respect, an energy that seemed inexhaustible and her mighty power to command respect and admiration from her students and all who knew her. She handled her domain with the art of a master