Founded in 1851, Miss Miner’s school became known under the following names: 1) Colored Girl’s school, 2) Miner Normal School, 3) Washington Normal School #2, 4) Miner Normal School (a second time), and 5) Miner Teachers College. The school was...
Clark, Eugene A.
miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College
School principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Smith, Mary P.
Turner, J. Arthur
Pictured here are four of the seven principals/presidents of Miner Normal School/Miner Teachers College. These individuals provided day to day leadership of the school from 1851 to 1951. The seven principals/presidents were: 1) Myrtilla Miner...
African Americans -- Education;
Miner Normal School;
Miner Teachers College;
Teachers, Training of
Illustration of Myrtilla Miner (1815-1864), founder of the Miner School, which became Miner Teachers College. Miss Miner was a native of New York, and had also taught planters’ daughters in Mississippi. Miss Miner became determined to improve the...
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...
Antioch School of Law; District of Columbia School of Law; District of Columbia Teachers College; Federal City College; Miner Normal School; Miner Teachers College; University of the District of Columbia; Washington Normal School; Washington...
The UDC Digital Archives Collection contains images documenting the history of UDC and its predecessor institutions from 1851 to the Present. Therefore, in addition to the University of the District of Columbia (founded in 1976), institutions...