Distinguished African American Political and Governmental Leaders

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Appendix 1
African American Political and Governmental Leaders by Birth Date
1810-1848 William Alexander Leidesdorff 1907-1997 Robert Clifton Weaver
1822 or Hiram Rhodes Revels 1907- Augustus Freeman Hawkins
1827-1901 1908-1972 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.
1825-1887 Richard Harvey Cain 1908-1993 Thurgood Marshall
1825-1894 Benjamin Sterling Turner 1910-1978 Ralph Harold Metcalfe
1829-1897 John Mercer Langston 1915- Walter Edward Washington
1829-1912 Charles Lewis Mitchell 1917-1984 Melvin Herbert Evans
1832-1887 Joseph Hayne Rainey 1917-1998 Thomas Bradley
1836-1901 Jefferson Franklin Long 1918-1997 Charles Arthur Hayes
1837-1883 James Thomas Rapier 1919- Edward William Brooke III
1837-1921 Pinckney Benton Stewart 1921- Constance Baker Motley
Pinchback 1922-1987 Harold Washington
1838-1906 Benjamin William Arnett 1922- James Charles Evers
1839-1915 Robert Smalls 1922-1998 Charles Coles Diggs, Jr.
1841-1898 Blanche Kelso Bruce 1922- Parren James Mitchell
1842-1874 Robert Carlos DeLarge 1923- Hannah Diggs Atkins
1842-1884 Robert Brown Elliott 1923- Georgia Montgomery Davis
1842-1905 Josiah Thomas Walls Powers
1844-1905 James Edward O'Hara 1924- Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm
1846-c. 1916 Jeremiah Haralson 1924-1985 Patricia Roberts Harris
1847-1939 John Roy Lynch 1925-1972 George Washington Collins
1857-1935 Henry Plummer Cheatham 1925- Gustavus "Gus" Savage
1871-1951 Oscar Stanton De Priest 1925- Carl Thomas Rowan
1875-1955 Mary McLeod Bethune 1925- Louis Stokes
1883-1968 Arthur Wergs Mitchell 1926- Mervyn Malcolm Dymally
1886-1971 William Levi Dawson 1926- Carrie Pittman Meek
1893-1965 Crystal Dreda Bird Fauset 1927-1996 Carl Burton Stokes
1905-1987 Robert Nelson Cornelius Nix, Sr. 1927- David Norman Dinkins
1907-1990 Verda Freeman Welcome 1929- John Conyers, Jr.
1907-1992 Grace Towns Hamilton 1930- Charles Bernard Rangel

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface ix
  • Sources x
  • Profiles 1
  • A 3
  • B 10
  • C 35
  • D 58
  • E 76
  • F 89
  • G 99
  • H 109
  • J 126
  • K 142
  • L 145
  • N 185
  • O 190
  • P 194
  • R 207
  • S 222
  • T 236
  • W 244
  • Y 263
  • Appendix 1 279
  • Appendix 2 281
  • Appendix 3 285
  • Appendix 4 287
  • Index 291
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