765 matches on "african amish hispanic ethnic"
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Young Yvonne Walker-Taylor photograph  Save
Description: Photograph of two-year-old Yvonne Walker-Taylor in the backyard of her home in Chelsea, Massachusetts. Walker-Taylor became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named president of Wilberforce in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F09_C_1.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
Places: Massachusetts
 
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Yvonne Walker-Taylor scrapbook photographs  Save
Description: Photograph of Yvonne Walker-Taylor in 1923 before leaving for Raleigh and a photo of an unidentified woman with a cow. This is one of several pages taken from a scrapbook that belonged to Yvonne Walker-Taylor. Walker-Taylor was the daughter of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker, the 66th Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and president of Wilberforce University in the 1940s. Walker-Taylor later went on to follow in his footsteps, and became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named president of Wilberforce in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F04_02_1.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Howard University; Wilberforce University; African American Educators; African American women
 
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Frederick Douglass on Harper's Weekly magazine cover  Save
Description: Portrait of Frederick Douglass published on the cover of Harper's Weekly Volume 27, Number 1405 on November 24, 1883. Frederick Douglass, born a slave named Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, was an American social reformer, orator, writer and statesman. After escaping from slavery, he became a leader of the abolitionist movement. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_OVS24.tif
Subjects: Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895; Harper's Weekly; Underground Railroad; Slavery; Abolitionists; African American men; Activists; African American authors; Civil rights
Places: New York City (New York)
 
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Yvonne Walker-Taylor photograph  Save
Description: Photograph of Yvonne Walker-Taylor as a young adult standing beside her father’s car in Cleveland, Ohio. Walker-Taylor became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F06_E_4.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Howard University; Wilberforce University; African American Educators; African American women
 
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Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker swimming in the Kingstown Bay  Save
Description: Photograph of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker swimming in the Kingstown Bay with unidentified individuals while visiting St. Vincent in the West Indies. Bishop Walker was the 66th Bishop appointed to the African Methodist Episcopal Church, was the 10th president of Wilberforce University in the 1940’s and father of Yvonne Walker-Taylor, who became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F10_P_7.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
 
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Wilberforce University aerial photograph  Save
Description: This photograph shows an aerial view of Wilberforce University in Wilberforce, Ohio. This school was the nation's oldest private historically African American institution of higher education. Founded in 1856 by the Methodist Episcopal Church, Wilberforce was established near Xenia, Ohio, to provide African American access to a college education. Its founders named the institution after William Wilberforce, a prominent eighteenth-century abolitionist. A number of African-American Ohioans attended the school during its early years. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL06823.tif
Subjects: African Americans -- Ohio; Wilberforce University; Universities and colleges--Pictorial works; Aerial views
Places: Wilberforce (Ohio); Greene County (Ohio)
 
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Unidentified people resting on a hill in St. Vincent in the West Indies photograph  Save
Description: Photograph of a group of unidentified individuals resting on a grassy hill in St. Vincent in the West Indies, the birthplace of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker. Bishop Walker was the 66th Bishop appointed to the African Methodist Episcopal Church and the 10th president of Wilberforce University in the 1940s. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F10_A_5.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
Places: West Indies
 
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Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker, Reverend Higman and unidentified individuals at the grave of Reverend Cole, which is located in the cemetery of the Kingstown Methodist Church in the West Indies  Save
Description: Photograph of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker, Reverend Higman and unidentified individuals at the grave of Reverend Cole, which is located in the cemetery of the Kingstown Methodist Church in the West Indies. Bishop D.O.B. Walker was the 66th Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He resided over the A.M.E. Fifth Episcopal District and was the 10th president of Wilberforce University. His daughter, Yvonne Walker-Taylor later became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B05F10_I_2.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
 
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'Phalanx Soldiers Repelling an Attack' illustration  Save
Description: Illustration of soldiers in combat from "The Black Phalanx: A History of the Negro Soldiers of the United States in the Wars of 1775-1812, 1861-'65" by Joseph T. Wilson. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: blackphalanx_25.tif
Subjects: African American soldiers; Civil War 1861-1865
 
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Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker at an African Methodist Episcopal Church Quarterly Conference  Save
Description: Photograph of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker amongst unidentified individuals at an African Methodist Episcopal Church Quarterly Conference. Bishop Walker was the 66th Bishop appointed to the African Methodist Episcopal Church, was the 10th president of Wilberforce University in the 1940’s and father of Yvonne Walker-Taylor, who became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B06F02_E.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
 
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Yvonne Walker-Taylor and a group of unidentified Wilberforce University students at Carnegie Library  Save
Description: Photograph of Yvonne Walker-Taylor meeting with a group of unidentified Wilberforce University students at the Carnegie Library, which is located on the campus of Wilberforce University. Yvonne Walker-Taylor later became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University in 1984. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B06F02_N.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
 
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Eva Walker  Save
Description: Photograph of Eva Walker, mother of Yvonne Walker-Taylor who became the first female African American college president in the United States when she was named the 16th president of Wilberforce University in 1984 and wife of Bishop Dougal Ormonde Beaconfield Walker, who was the 66th Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. He resided over the A.M.E. Fifth Episcopal District and was the 10th president of Wilberforce University. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: NAM_P2_B06F05_F.tif
Subjects: Historical Black Colleges and Universities; Wilberforce University; African American men; African American women; African American Educators
 
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765 matches on "african amish hispanic ethnic"