The Baton Rouge Academy, an institution sponsored by the Fourth District Missionary Baptist Association of Louisiana for black boys and girls. In 1892, a suggestion was made that the Fourth District Association purchase a tract of land for...
College Theater -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.
One of the most important productions of the Miner Dramatics Club was “The Life of Myrtilla Miner, a play written by Dr. Paul P. Cooke, then an English instructor, and presented during Miner’s Centennial Observance in March 1951
District Of Columbia Teachers College;
Seals (Numismatics) -- Washington (D.C.) -- District Of Columbia Teachers College
Pursuant to the US Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education (1954), the DC Board of Education merged Miner Teachers College and Wilson Teachers College to form DC Teachers College. Both Miner and Wilson were two viable colleges, so...
Miner Normal School
School principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
The prominent African American educator, Dr. Lucy Moten (1851-1933), was the first African American principal of Miner Normal School. She served in this capacity from 1883 until 1921. At the time she was principal, Miner was a two-year public...