Spelman’s Loyal Daughters: An Institution in Atlanta Which is Doing Much to Solve the Race Problem; Spelman Seminary

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Title

Spelman’s Loyal Daughters: An Institution in Atlanta Which is Doing Much to Solve the Race Problem; Spelman Seminary

Creator

Miss Mabel H Parsons

Date

July 23, 1908

Description

A student that goes to or went to Spelman Seminary wrote this article. It shows the complete accuracy of Alice Walker when describing the start of Spelman. Two white women from New England who wanted to help other women of a “needy race” started Spelman Seminary. The school started in the basement of a local preacher’s church, Friendship Baptist Church. The article describes the growth of the school and the popularity that it gains.

Contributor

Taylor Buffington

Source*

Parsons, Mabel. “Spelman’s Loyal Daughters: An Institution in Atlanta Which is Doing Much to Solve the Race Problem; Spelman Seminary.” New York Observer and Chronicle. 23 Jul. 1908: 86-30. Print.

Parsons, Mabel. “Spelman’s Loyal Daughters: An Institution in Atlanta Which is Doing Much to Solve the Race Problem; Spelman Seminary.” New York Observer and Chronicle. 23 Jul. 1908: 86-30. American Periodicals. Web. 27 Apr. 2015.

Rights

Original document is out of copyright (it was published before 1923). Every effort has been made to comply with the provisions of any licensing agreements associated with digitization of the original document. For further information, please see the “about” page.

Language

English

Publisher

New York Observer and Chronicle

Coverage

Subject

Corrine’s alma mater; Spelman; Spelman Seminary; Spelman College

Files

Spelman Seminary.pdf

Citation

Miss Mabel H Parsons, “Spelman’s Loyal Daughters: An Institution in Atlanta Which is Doing Much to Solve the Race Problem; Spelman Seminary,” American Women's Bestsellers -- Spring 2015, accessed October 23, 2019, http://202s15.cesaunders.net/items/show/167.

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