George Washington Williams. Civil War veteran, minister, Republican, and Ohio's first Black state legislator, Williams published the first formal history of the black experience, "The History of the Negro Race in America, 1619-1880" (1883).
The other George Washington: George Washington Williams,19th century American Civil War veteran, minister, politician and historian, born 1849, Bedford Springs, PA. History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880; as Negroes, as Slaves, as Soldiers, and as Citizens (1882); A History of the Negro Troops in the War of the Rebellion (1887); Open letter to King Leopold II of Belgium asserting mass violations of human rights in Congo (1890).
There probably would be no Black History Month, if there hadn’t been people who thought that the story of African-Americans was worth preserving. One of the pioneers in that effort was George Washington Williams. In 1883, less than 20 years after the end of the Civil War, Mr. Williams’ “History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880” was published. Mr. Williams had set a high standard for his work. “Not as the blind panegyrist of my race, nor as the partisan apologist, but from a…
George III as a young man. He is the 3rd longest reigning British monarch (59 years). Only Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth have reigned longer.
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Dr. George Washington Williams, one of the first great African-American historians, through the Internet and film, has recently been brought back to our at
21 Reasons Why Being A Redhead Is Awesome
She reigned for 44 years and ushered in the Elizabethan era, which is responsible for William Shakespeare's popularity.Other famous redheads? How about George Washington, Cleopatra, Vincent van Gogh, and Chuck Norris.