The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949 [excerpt]

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Title

The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949 [excerpt]

Creator

Willard Range

Date

1951

Description

It describes the successes of many predominantly black schools in Atlanta. It talked about the history of Spelman, founded in 1881 by Packard and Giles and their development of the college. It describes Packard and GIles struggle to raise funds and support towards their dream for the college. It talks about how this all female college turned into a prestigious historically black university. It also talks about the history and successes of other well-known and respected historically black universities near Spelman.

Contributor

Lauren Samuel

Source*

Range, Willard. The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949. Athens: U of Georgia, 1951. Print.

Range, Willard. "The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949". Athens: U of Georgia, 1951. American Periodicals. 27 Apr. 2015. Web.

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Language

English

Subject

Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, Spelman Seminary

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Citation

Willard Range , “The Rise and Progress of Negro Colleges in Georgia, 1865-1949 [excerpt],” American Women's Bestsellers -- Spring 2015, accessed October 23, 2019, http://202s15.cesaunders.net/items/show/169.

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