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Fannie Motley

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Creator:Padgett, Charles Stephen
Title:Fannie Motley
Date:2007 Mar. 9

Encyclopedia article about Fannie Smith Motley (1927- ), the first African American to graduate from a previously all-white college in Alabama. In 1956 she graduated with honors from Spring Hill College in Mobile.

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Types:Articles | Interactive Resource
Subjects:Motley, Fannie Smith, 1927- | African American women--Alabama--Mobile | African American civil rights workers--Alabama--Mobile | Civil rights workers--Alabama--Mobile | African American college students--Alabama--Mobile | College students--Alabama--Mobile | Segregation in higher education--Alabama--Mobile | College integration--Alabama--Mobile | Spring Hill College | Spouses of clergy--Alabama--Mobile | Spring Hill College--Alumni and alumnae | United States, Alabama, Mobile County, Mobile, 30.6943566, -88.0430541
Collection:Encyclopedia of Alabama
Institution:Encyclopedia of Alabama
Contributors:Encyclopedia of Alabama (Project)
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