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Biographies of
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Crispus Attucks:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on Crispus Attucks, the first person to die for the American Revolutionary cause (he died in the Boston Massacre). The printout has information on Attucks' life, questions about him, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. Natick, 2. Massachusetts, 3. Boston Massacre, 4. Redcoats (British soldiers), 5. die.


James Baldwin:
Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on James Baldwin, the great African American auhor who wrote about the racial inequalities in American life. The printout has information on Baldwin's life, questions about him, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. Harlem, New York, 2. reading, 3. writer, 4. Civil Rights Movement, 5. France.


Frederick Douglass
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on the abolitionist Frederick Douglass. The printout has information on Frederick Douglass' life, questions about him, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. Maryland, 2. slavery, 3. Abraham Lincoln, 4. the Civil War, 5. an anti-slavery newspaper.


Estevanico
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on the explorer/slave Estevanico (also called Esteban, Steven the Moor, and Black Steven). The printout has information on Estevanico's life, questions about him, and a map to color. Answers: 1. Morocco, 2. Native Americans, 3. Zuni.


Mae Jemison
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on the pioneering African-American astronaut Mae Carol Jemison. The printout has information on Jemison, questions, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. Mechanical Engineering and Afro-American Studies, 2. A medical degree, 3. 1992.


Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on Martin Luther King, Jr., who did extraordinary work for civil rights. The printout has information on Martin Luther King, Jr., questions, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. Georgia, 2. 15 years old, 3. Montgomery, Alabama, 4. April 4, 1968, 5. January.


Rosa Parks
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on Rosa Parks, who sued to protest segregation on city buses in Montgomery, Alabama. The printout has information on Rosa Parks, questions, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. She refused to give up her seat to a white man, 2. Alabama, 3. buses, 4. Martin Luther King, Jr., 5. segregation.


Dred Scott
A Printable Worksheet

A printable worksheet on the slave Dred Scott who sued for his freedom. The printout has information on Dred Scott, questions, and a picture to color. Answers: 1. He lost the case, 2. Yes, 3. Slavery expanded, 4. 13th Amendment, 1865, 5. 14th Amendment, 1868.

Related Pages:

Timeline of
African-American History

(with quiz/printout)

Quiz on Great African-Americans

or go the answers
cloze activity
Cloze Activities on African-Americans

Fill-in-the-blank printouts on great African-Americans.


African Americans
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers

A short, printable early reader book with pages on Harriet Tubman, Elijah McCoy, Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Matthew Henson, Madame C. J. Walker, Dr. Charles R. Drew, Jesse Owens, Thurgood Marshall, Shirley Chisholm, and Martin Luther King, Jr.


African Americans
A Printable Activity Book for Fluent Readers

A short, printable book with pages on Harriet Tubman, Elijah McCoy, Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Matthew Henson, Madame C. J. Walker, Dr. Charles R. Drew, Jesse Owens, Thurgood Marshall, Shirley Chisholm, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Carver
African-American Inventors and Inventions

Learn about some African-American inventors who invented things from the blood bank to the potato chip.

Harriet Tubman
MLK
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Word for Each Letter

Find an Important African-American for Each Letter

See if you can think of and write down an important African-American from history for each letter of the alphabet. Find a person's name for as many letters as you can. Or go to a sample answer page.


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