Prudence Crandall


Subject:
Notable People: Women , Black Resources , Biographies & Famous People , Women , Biography (Individuals) , Educators

Description:
Profile of Prudence Crandall (1803-1890), who "maintained the nation's first private secondary school for 'Young Ladies of Color' for over a year and a half," becoming "a symbol in the cause of African American education and abolitionism." Includes a classroom activity plan and link to museum honoring Crandall. From the Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame.

Publisher:
Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.cwhf.org/browse_hall/hall/people/Crandall.php


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