Constance Baker Motley Papers, 1935-2006 [RBML]
... was exposed to African American history, especially the writings of W.E.B. DuBois, in her Sunday School. While in high school, Motley became president of the New Haven Youth Council and was secretary of the New...
Kelley family papers, 1681-1936 [RBML]
...) African Americans History Families Pennsylvania Philadelphia Judges Pennsylvania Philadelphia Legislators Pennsylvania Social legislation Social service Social settlements Illinois Chicago Social...
[microform] Kelley Family Papers, 1681-1936 [RBML]
... York, N.Y.) Pennsylvania. Court of Common Pleas (Philadelphia County) African Americans History Families Pennsylvania Philadelphia Judges Pennsylvania Philadelphia Legislators Pennsylvania Social...
John Jay publication project, 1668 - 1862 [RBML]
...://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n86140996 United States. Supreme Court United States. Office of the Secretary United States. Department of State Trinity Church African Americans History Families New York (State) Slaves Emancipation Judges...
John Jay papers, 1668- 1862 [RBML]
.... Office of the Secretary United States. Department of State Trinity Church African Americans History Families New York (State) Slaves Emancipation Judges Jay family local United States Social life...
Kent Family papers, 1785-1901 [RBML]
... of the property qualification for African American voters. The following year Chancellor Kent resigned his office and resumed teaching at Columbia College. Out of the lectures he delivered at this time came his...
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