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Miss Guilmartin, Montreal, QC, 1877 Notman & Sandham century Notman photographic Archives - McCord Museum

The 'Brass Ankles', an ethnic group of South Carolina" were a "tri-racial isolate" (African, Native American and European descent) group who lived in the area of Orangeburg County, Berkeley County and Charleston County from early 1800s-mid 1900s. Common surnames: Russell, Jackson, Driggers, Goins, Bunch, Sweat and Weatherford. (Varner, Clark and Burbage are also common surnames) [Portrait: Piney Jackson] Links: Frenchcreoles.com and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Brass_Ankles]

The 'Brass Ankles', an ethnic group of South Carolina" were a "tri-racial isolate" (African, Native American and European descent) group who lived in the area of Orangeburg County, Berkeley County and Charleston County from early 1800s-mid 1900s. Common surnames: Russell, Jackson, Driggers, Goins, Bunch, Sweat and Weatherford. (Varner, Clark and Burbage are also common surnames) [Portrait: Piney Jackson] Links: Frenchcreoles.com and https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Brass_Ankles]

"One of the first African American models in the United States, Ophelia DeVore-Mitchell changed the face of the beauty and fashion industry. Through her modeling agency and school, she fostered and promoted the careers of some of the country’s top African American models, entertainers and television personalities. Over the years, DeVore-Mitchell added newspaper owner and publisher, business executive, producer and consultant to her long list of accomplishments."

As one of the first African American models in the United States, Ophelia DeVore-Mitchell changed the face of the beauty and fashion industry. Through her modeling agency and school, she fostered and promoted the careers of some of the country’s top.

I love Marcus Garvey

THIS statement refers to all people! blackhistoryseries: Marcus Garvey hailing from Jamaica - pre MLK - we need to rebirth the pan-African Movement

Dr. Jane Wright, invented cancer treatment

A Moment In African American History Dr.Jane Cooke Wright, African American Cancer Research Living Legend and Pioneer. See more details about her life and work at: "Changing the Face of Medicine":

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