November 2002
New York Amsterdam News;11/14/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 46, p3
Presents various events that occurred during the week November 14-November 20 in different years in Black history. Death of Booker T. Washington on November 14, 1915; Patent of the synchronous multiplier railway telegraph of inventor Granville T. Woods on November 15, 1887; Appointment of Richard T. Greener as professor of metaphysics at the University of South Carolina.


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