Fanny Jackson-Coppin Essay by Patricia

Fanny Jackson-Coppin
A look at the life, times, and work of the first African-American woman school principal.
# 525 | 2,585 words | 16 sources | 2001 | US

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This paper profiles the life of Fanny Jackson-Coppin, the first African American woman to become a school principal in the U.S. The paper chronicles her life from birth to education at Oberlin College and professional career as principal at the Institute for Colored Youth in Philadelphia.

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