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Timothy Thomas Fortune (October 3, 1856 – June 2, 1928) was an American orator, civil rights ... He was a long-time adviser to Booker T. Washington and the editor of Washington's first autobiography, The Story of My Life and Work. Fortune's ...

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T. Thomas Fortune—African American journalist, editor, and writer—was born into slavery on October 3, 1856 to Sarah Jane and Emanuel Fortune. Raised in ...

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The T. Thomas Fortune Foundation was established by a group of concerned citizens from New Jersey, who came together in July 2013 to save the home of T.

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Though not as well known today as many of his contemporaries, T. Thomas Fortune was the foremost African American journalist of the late nineteenth and early ...

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T. Thomas Fortune, in full Timothy Thomas Fortune, (born Oct. 3, 1856, Marianna, Fla., U.S.—died June 2, 1928, Philadelphia, Pa.), the leading black American ...

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Roger Mumford Homes, supported by T. Thomas Fortune Project Committee, is honored to announce plans to restore and preserve the original T. Thomas ...

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3 days ago ... Now available on Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and Apple iBooks ( search your app for “Thomas T. Thomas” and “Medea's Daughter”) ...

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T. Thomas Fortune House, Red Bank, NJ, a National Historic Landmark, Red Bank, New Jersey. 596 likes. The Thomas Fortune House is one of the most...

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Dr. Vivien Theodore Thomas was born in Lake Providence, Louisiana in 1910. The grandson of a slave, Vivien Thomas attended Pearl High School in Nashville , ...