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Celebrating Black History Month - African Americans
The roots of Black History month can be traced to the early part of the 20th century. In 1925, Carter G. Woodson, an educator and historian began campaigning ...
Carter G. Woodson Biography - African-American History - About.com
Who was the father of black history? Carter Godwin Woodson created the field of African-American history at the turn of the twentieth century. Born on December ...
Carter G Woodson and the Origins of Black History Month - Inventors
What we now call Black History Month originated in 1926, founded by Carter G Woodson as Negro History Week.
Black History Month Creation and Overview - 20th Century History
The origins of Black History Month can be traced back to a man named Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950). Woodson, the son of former slaves, was an amazing ...
African-Americans in Astronomy and Space for Black History Month ...
Statue of Carter G. Woodson in Huntington, WV, located near intersection of Carter G. Woodson Ave. & Hal Greer Blvd. Distributed Freely by Youngamerican at ...
The Origins of Black History Month - African-American History
The origins of Black History Month lay in early 20th-century historian Carter G. Woodson's desire to spotlight the accomplishments of African Americans.
What Is African-American History? (Field Definition)
One of Du Bois's contemporaries, historian Carter G. Woodson, created the forerunner of today's Black History Month--Negro History Week--in 1926.
African-American Inventors: Black History Month Survey
What we now call Black History Month was originated in 1926 by Carter Godwin Woodson as Negro History Week. The month of February was selected in ...
Arturo Alfonso Schomburg - African-American History - About.com
In the early 1900s, African-American men such as Carter G. Woodson and W.E.B. Du Bois were encouraging others to learn African-American history. During ...
Timeline: 1930 to 1939 - African-American History - About.com
Historian Carter G. Woodson publishes Mis-education of the Negro. 1934. W.E.B. Du Bois resigns from the NAACP. Zora Neale Hurston publishes her first novel, ...