Black History Bulletin
Formerly the Negro History Bulletin
ISSN 1938-6656 (Print) | ISSN 2153-4810 (Electronic)
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Volume 59
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#1-3 Special Women's Issue
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Contents
"Emma Frances Grayson Merritt: Pioneer in Negro Education"
by Estelle W. Taylor .......................................................................................................................................................... 3

"Catherine Ferguson: Black Founder of a Sunday School"
by Allen Hartvik ................................................................................................................................................................. 5

"Nineteenth Century Woman's Rights Movement: Black and White"
by Elizabeth Kolmer .......................................................................................................................................................... 8

"Highlights from America's Black Broadway"
by Tamara Brown ............................................................................................................................................................. 13

"Preserving History -- Everyone Has a Role: A Personal View"
by Regina T. Akers, Ph.D. ................................................................................................................................................ 23

Activity -- "A Model for Tomorrow: Using Paul Robeson to Teach Human and Gender Rights"
by Ida E. Jones ................................................................................................................................................................. 26

Bibliography -- "African American Women: A Selected List of Books"
by Janet Sims-Wood, Ph.D. .............................................................................................................................................. 31

Documents ....................................................................................................................................................................... 33

Book Review --
What a Woman Ought to Be and Do: Black Professional Women Workers during the Jim Crow Era
by Ida E. Jones ................................................................................................................................................................. 39
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