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Who was the first child of African American parents in England and American colonies?
1. Who was the first child of African American parents in England's American colonies?
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The first African American superhero was falcon
Madam C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove, is generally regarded as the first African-American to become a self-made millionaire. She made her fortune in hair care products in t…he early 20th century. Not as well documented is the case of William Alexander Leidesdorff. When he died in the California Territory in 1834, his estate was estimated to exceed one million US dollars but his place in history is still not certain.
So far, there have been no African-Americans on the moon. (Mae Jemison was the first African American WOMAN in space. Guy Bluford, Jr. was the first African American in s…pace.) Well, if you consider that, genetically, we all came from Africa, and all the astronauts were American, then that would be Neil Armstrong.......
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That all depends on who owned them some were treated more humanely then others, Keep in mind however when a person is the property of another the frustration and feeling of ho…pelessness must be excruciating.
they went for money form the gold and also from selling furs from animals in the wild.
The first African American gymnast is Dominique Dawes. She is really cool and I am doing a project on her. You should do a project on her too.
well a lot of people say that tyra banks was the first African American model and i think that is correct so the first African American model is tyra banks
Clarence Sumner Greene Jr. - Oct. 22, 1953
This may be hard to answer considering the lack of information on African Americans throughout much of American history, but the generally accepted answer is Madame C J Walker…, a hairdresser and creator several African American hair products.
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tThey call them Mum (I'm British) / Mom and their Dads Dad or Pa just like we would
This is such a broad question that it's hard to come up with a definitive answer, however I would argue that Josephine Baker might have been one of the very first African Amer…icans to reach international superstar status in the entertainment world. She had to do it in France though, because when she started out in the U.S., black entertainers were not widely accepted. I do believe blues legend Bessie Smith might run a close second (but may have started out earlier), however her entertainer status was limited to records, while Josephine was a recording artist, stage performer, film star, and model. This isn't to say, also, that there are many unsung heroes who have come and gone and have been forgotten by history. The very word 'entertainer' is so broad that it could encompass basically anyone who stood on a stage and performed, and by that measure there were many before who never gained the prominence of either Baker or Smith.