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Paperback Mary McLeod Bethune: Her Life and Legacy Book

ISBN: 098173376X

ISBN13: 9780981733760

Mary McLeod Bethune: Her Life and Legacy

Born in 1873 as the first free child in a family of former slaves, Mary McLeod Bethune would become an adviser to American presidents, an important civil rights leader, and founder of what is now Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. Through the recollections of Mary McLeod Bethune and those closest to her, Nancy Ann Zrinyi Long has created an engaging biography of an influential and inspirational educator and activist.


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