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Famous Black Americans. By: Dominique For: Mrs. Reed\Mrs.Pope. Walter Sammons. Walter Sammons,a Black man, invented the comb in 1920. Lydia O. Newman. Lydia O. Newman, a Black female, invented the brush in 1898. John Love. John Love, a Black man, invented the pencil sharpener in 1874.

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Famous Black Americans

By: Dominique

For: Mrs. Reed\Mrs.Pope


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Walter Sammons

  • Walter Sammons,a Black man, invented the comb in 1920.


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Lydia O. Newman

  • Lydia O. Newman, a Black female, invented the brush in 1898.


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John Love

  • John Love, a Black man, invented the pencil sharpener in 1874.


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William Purvis

  • William Purvis, a Black man, invented the fountain pen in 1884.


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Lee Burridge

  • Lee Burridge invented the type writing machine in 1945.


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Martin Lurther King Jr.

  • Martin was a smart man because he graduated when he was only 19 years old.

  • Martin King is the mostly the only reason us black and white people are together,and other people too.

  • Martin was born on Jan. 15,1929 in Atlanta,Georgia.

  • Martin died on April 4, 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee.


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Harriet Tubman

  • Harriet Tubman is perhaps the most well-known of all the Underground Railroad's "conductors." During a ten-year span she made 19 trips into the South and escorted over 300 slaves to freedom. And, as she once proudly pointed out to Frederick Douglass, in all of her journeys she "never lost a single passenger.“


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Harriet Tubman

  • Tubman was born a slave in Maryland's Dorchester County around 1820. At age five or six, she began to work as a house servant. Seven years later she was sent to work in the fields.


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Harriet Tubman

  • While she was still in her early teens, she suffered an injury that would follow her for the rest of her life. Always ready to stand up for someone else, Tubman blocked a doorway to protect another field hand from an angry overseer. The overseer picked up and threw a two-pound weight at the field hand. It fell short, striking Tubman on the head. She never fully recovered from the blow, which subjected her to spells in which she would fall into a deep sleep.


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Fredrick Douglass

  • Frederick Douglass was one of the foremost leaders of the abolitionist movement, which fought to end slavery within the United States in the decades prior to the Civil War. A brilliant speaker, Douglass was asked by the American Anti-Slavery Society to engage in a tour of lectures, and so became recognized as one of America's first great black speakers.


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Fredrick Douglass

  • He won world fame when his autobiography was publicized in 1845. Two years later he bagan publishing an antislavery paper called the North Star.


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Fredrick Douglass

  • Douglass served as an adviser to President Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War and fought for the adoption of constitutional amendments that guaranteed voting rights and other civil liberties for blacks. Douglass provided a powerful voice for human rights during this period of American history and is still revered today for his contributions against racial injustice.


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Pledge of Allegiance

  • In September 1892, The youth’s Companion magazine published a short patriotic oath by Francis Bellamy.The oath was written for students to recite on Columbus Day. It was sent to many schools and soon became a morning tradition. In 1942 Congress officially recognized the Pledge of Allegiance. Today, millions of students across the country still recite these words at the start of each school day.


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Francis Bellamy

  • I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United states of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


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