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African-American Pioneers in Medicine & Science Featuring Dr. Alexander D. Brickler
The Meek-Eaton Southeastern Regional Black Archives Research Center and Museum and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare, spotlight several significant advancements of African Americans in the medical and other scientific fields.
Beginning in the late 1870s and emerging into what became known as the Jim Crow Era, African Americans began to make astounding advancements in medicine and science. During the end of the Reconstruction period, 1877, through the early 1950s, African Americans began to build their own businesses, schools, churches, hospitals and civic organizations. An example of this growth was the founding of the State Normal College for Colored Students on October 3, 1887, which would become known today asView more
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