I was grown when I found out that there were rich black people who lived in the 1800s. This blew me away. I figured others would be amazed with this black history.
Black Business Book tells this history and much more. They Did It children's book only covers this topic.
Both books are amazing.
30 Black business owners who
lived in the 1800s
A black history children's book, ages 8 above
Their name, date of birth and what they did
No mention of slavery
Paperback 6x9 size
To order more than 1 book, email us at email@example.com
or call 313.704.5612
Will be available on amazon 2/20
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Important dates during slavery
Chapter 2 Slaves gained their freedom in a variety of ways
Chapter 3 The desire slaves had to learn how to read and write
Chapter 4 Grade schools for blacks
Chapter 5 Schools of higher education that accepted blacks in the 1800’s
Chapter 6 Names of college graduates
Chapter 7 College fraternal organizations
Chapter 8 Segregation in America
Chapter 9 Black business districts across America
Chapter 10 Riots and other means used to destroy black business districts
Chapter 11 The highway act of 1956 destroyed many black business districts
Chapter 12 How blacks went into business
Chapter 13 How blacks gained the resources to become business owners
Chapter 14 Masonic, business and civil rights organizations as a means of networking
Chapter 15 Government policies and public efforts that helped grow black businesses
Chapter 16 Black inventors who owned businesses
Chapter 17 Black business men and women
Here's some of the people featured in They Did It
William Ellison Jr.
Mary Ellen Pleasant
Samuel T. Wilcox
Madam CJ Walker
Robert Reed Church, Sr
He recommends you read Black Business Book
For every 10th Black Business Book sold 1 is donated to a school.
Administrators need to know the facts covered in this book so they can teach them to their students. Buy 10 books and we'll ship them directly to a school of your choice with a letter noting that you're the donator.
Produced by Anthony Brogdon, Strong Production
How slaves learned to read and write, massacre at Black Wall Street, names of black millionaires in the 1800's, interviews with over 30 people whose family owned a business in the early 1900's and more.
Inspiring, Educational and Entertaining