Creating Caring and Nurturing Educational Environments for African American Children

By Vivian Gunn Morris; Curtis L. Morris | Go to book overview

desegregation in Tuscumbia within the framework of major events that took place in the state and nation.


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The American Star. (1912, June). Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

The American Star. (1905, December 15). Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

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Attention! Attention! (1902, April 24). The American Star. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

The auxiliary board. (1909, June). The American Star. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

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The city high school closed. (1904, May 21). The American Star. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

City high school must have a better building—your help needed—will you give it—if not, why not? (1905, July 15). The American Star. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

City high school opens Sept. 13th. (1910, September). The American Star. Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, AL.

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