The Life and Times of Irvine Garland Penn

The Life and Times of Irvine Garland Penn

by Joanne K. Harrison, Grant Harrison


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ISBN-13: 9780738835334
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 12/20/2000
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

Table of Contents

Book IThe Lynchburg Period
Chapter 1Formal Education and First Careers17
Chapter 2Penn--Author and Editor38
Chapter 3Business & Associates50
Book IIThe Atlanta Period
Chapter 4Penn's Work in The Atlanta Cotton States & International Exposition of 189556
Chapter 5The College of Life or Practical Self-Educator88
Chapter 6The Move to Atlanta, Georgia and New Responsibilities101
Chapter 7The Negro Young People's Christian and Educational Congress114
Chapter 8The United Negro: His Problems and His Progress, 1860-1902132
Chapter 9Further Atlanta Activities176
Book IIIThe The Cincinnati Period
Chapter 10The Freedmen's Aid Society and Dr. Penn's Last Years176
Appendix 1I. Garland Penn Family Tree219
Appendix 2Salary Chart for Lynchburg, Virginia Negro Schools, 1888-89221
Appendix 3Floor Plan of Negro Building & Information from the Catalog Explaining the Exhibits223
Appendix 4Postcard from Dr. Penn to Frederick Douglass227
Appendix 5"The Victory Girls"--A group of students from Douglass High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, of which Louise and Marie Penn were members229
Appendix 6Dr. I. Garland Penns' Funeral Service Program231

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