Famous African-American Women

Famous African-American Women
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  • Model: Important Women of Black History
16 well-researched, accurately detailed dolls, each with one additional costume, depicting such notable African-American women as Phillis Wheatley, an early American poet; Sojourner Truth, preacher and abolitionist; educator Mary McLeod Bethune; twentieth-century novelist Zora Neale Hurston; tennis player Althea Gibson; Rosa Parks, the "mother" of the civil rights movement; opera star Leontyne Price; writer, poet, and actress Maya Angelou; and eight other distinguished women: Pauline Cushman; "Madam" C. J. Walker, Patricia Roberts Harris, Shirley Chisholm, Mae C. Jemison, Barbara Jordan, Judith Jamison, and Toni Morrison.

Illustrated by Tom Tierney, this collection will provide paper doll enthusiasts with hours of inspirational entertainment as well as offer students of history an opportunity to learn about the lives and careers of a number of America's most distinguished African-American women.

$8.95

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