Other African American, Education, and Women's History Sites Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum

Madam C. J. Walker: Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Social Activist
This detailed and interesting site is administered by A'Lelia Perry Bundles, the great-great-granddaughter of Madam Walker, and a former producer with ABC News's World News Tonight in Washington, D.C. Madam Walker was a contemporary of Charlotte Hawkins Brown and made contributions to PMI. Ms. Bundles is writing an updated biography of Madam Walker and four generations of women in her family. (New sections on alumni and contributors will soon be added to the Brown Museum Website).

African American Women's History
A methodological guide to manuscript sources in the Special Collections Library at Duke University

Alice Freeman Palmer: The Evolution of a New Woman
On-line text of Ruth Bordin's book about Mrs. Palmer, provided by the University of Michigan Press

The Black History Network
The Success Story of Those Who Rise Above

Burlington and Alamance County Convention and Visitors Bureau
An introduction to historical attractions, special events, golf courses, and accommodations in and around the Burlington area.

The Depot
The Depot
Your Gateway to Greater Greensboro, North Carolina

National Women's History Project
A nonprofit organization, founded in 1980, that is committed to providing education, promotional materials, and informational services to recognize and celebrate women's diverse lives and historic contributions to society.

Booker T. Washington National Monument
Administered by the National Park Service. Step back in time and experience the life of a famous man who was born a slave, but rose to become an important and controversial African American leader.

W. E. B. DuBois on Education
A Kenyon College Website with links to information on this famous African American educator.

Women and Education
A selective list of books at the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, regarding women and education in the United States.


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