The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is November 1900, no. 113.
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is January 1895, no. 61.
Benjamin Holmes was born on September 25, 1846 or 1848 in Charleston, South Carolina. In 1862, he was sold to a master in Chattanooga. The next year he became an officer's servant in the 14th Army Corps. After working in a barber shop and teaching...
Born Into Slavery On July 3, 1842 Near Columbus, Georgia; Bishop Holsey Of The C.M.E. Church And Local Resident Of August, Was the Prime Mover In The Founding Of Pain College. In 1882, As a Fraternal Messenger, He Appeared Before the General...
Secretary; Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
Charles James Daniel was born in Orange County, Virginia. Before coming to the Institute he had studied at Howard University, and was a graduate of the Richmond Institute in 1878. He taught school in Louisa County, Virginia, and from 1882 to...
African American; Legislator; Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
Delegate Peter J. Carter 1844-1888, was born a slave in Northhampton County, Virginia. He was elected first Rector of the Board of Visitors of Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute on February 15, 1883.
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Wilson Teachers College;
Higbie, Edgar C.;
Wilson Teachers College;
Wilson Teachers College -- Presidents
Dr. Higbie (1875- 1944) was appointed president of Wilson Teachers College in 1931. Dr. Higbie retired as President of Wilson Teachers College in February 1941, because of ill health. He remained on the faculty until his death in 1944.
Faculty Member; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute
Edna Colson was born in 1888 to James and Kate Hill Colson. She graduated from Peabody High School in 1904 and Fisk University in 1908. She continued with her education earning a B.E. from Fisk University, a B.S. from Teacher's College and a...
Eliza Walker, one of eight children was born a slave six miles out of Nashville at Flatrock in 1857. Her father owned an ice-house and made enough money to purchase a home for the family in 1866, Eliza Walker entered Fisk.
Ella Sheppard oftern considered the backbone of the group, was born in Nashville, Tennessee on February 4, 1851. Her father was operated a livery stable in Nashville, purchased his freedom for $1800 and purchased Ella's freedom for $350. He tried...
College presidents -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teacher College
Clark, Eugene A.
Miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College -- Presidents
school principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Eugene A. Clark (1883-1962) was the last principal of Miner Normal School and the first president of Miner Teachers College. Born in Washington DC, he received his degrees from Williams College and Miner Teachers College (1908). He taught in the DC...
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friend and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is January 1906, no. 160.