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Archie Alphonso Alexander (14 May 1888 – 4 January 1958) was an African-American mathematician and engineer and an early African-American graduate of the University of Iowa. Alexander went on to be successful in operating his own firm, and was responsible for an impressive list of major engineering projects Many bridges, freeways, tunnels, power plants, and viaducts that are used today were designed and built by Alexander from the 1920s to the 1950s

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African American History / Black History. African American inventor Alfred L. Cralle September 4, 1866–1920) - Is best remembered for inventing the ice cream scoop, a design still in use today. Born in Kenbridge, Lunenburg County, Virginia. He attended local schools and worked with his father in the carpentry trade as a young man, becoming interested in mechanics.

Ed Dwight, Jr. – Test Pilot, Aerospace Engineer and first African American Astronaut Candidate

LOUISE BEAVERS (1902 - 1962) an African-American film and television actress. Beavers appeared in dozens of films from the 1920s to the 1930s, most often in the role of a maid, servant, or slave. Wikipedia

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3 Notable African-American Visual Artists

Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859-1937) was an African-American artist. He was the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim. He moved to Paris in 1891 to study, and decided to stay there, being readily accepted in French artistic circles.


Starlets, Unsung: 7 Stories Of Lesser Known Black Women

Nina Mae McKinney (June 13, 1912 - May 3, 1967) was an American actress. Dubbed "The Black Garbo" when she worked in Europe, she was one of the first African-American film stars and was one of the first African-Americans to appear on British television.