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Charles R. Drew, the first African American to receive a Doctor of Science in Medicine (McGill University in Montreal, Canada and Columbia University), lived in this home from 1920 to 1939. Dr. Drew, a surgeon and professor at Howard University Medical School, discovered the means to preserve blood plasma. His discovery saved thousands of lives during WWII when he directed the "Plasma for Britain" program and became director of the Red Cross Blood Bank. Between 1828 and 1836, this building housed the offices of the largest slave trading operation in the antebellum South, owned by Isaac Franklin and John Armfield.
Pdf Nov. pdf THEME STUDY STATE NAME APPENDIX A--AFRICAN AMERICAN NHLs Wilson Bruce Evans House LOCATION 33 East Vine Street, Oberlin, Lorain County, Ohio Ohio Joshua R. Giddings Law Office John Mercer Langston House 32 Benjamin Lundy Mount Pleasant Historic District Oberlin College John P. , Mount Pleasant, Jefferson County, Ohio Social HistoryAbolitionism, Underground Railroad; Commerce; Education Tappan Square Oberlin, Lorain County, Ohio Education 300 Front Street, Ripley, Brown County, Ohio Commerce; Industry; Significant Person- John P.
Board of Education was decided. Founded in 1903 as a camp for African Americans employed in constructing Fort Smith and Western Railway, Boley became one of the largest all-black townships in Oklahoma. It had almost 4,000 residents by 1911 but declined due to crop failures and the Great Depression in the 1920s. The district is associated with two cases: Guinn and Beal v. United States (1915), which ruled Oklahoma's literacy test, as a requirement for blacks to vote, unconstitutional; and Lane v.