Fanny Jackson Coppin (b.1837 – d.1913) was an educator and missionary. Born an American slave, her freedom was purchased by her aunt at age 12. In 1860, she enrolled in Oberlin College in Ohio, the first US college to accept both black and female students. While a student, she taught an evening course for free African Americans in reading and writing, and she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in 1865 and become the first African American woman school principal (Institute for Colored Youth).

Fanny Jackson Coppin (b.1837 – d.1913) was an educator and missionary. Born an American slave, her freedom was purchased by her aunt at age 12. In 1860, she enrolled in Oberlin College in Ohio, the first US college to accept both black and female students. While a student, she taught an evening course for free African Americans in reading and writing, and she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in 1865 and become the first African American woman school principal (Institute for Colored Youth).

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Floristy for Beginners - Evening Course – The Cambridge Flower School

Floristy for Beginners - Evening Course – The Cambridge Flower School

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The Great Gatsby: "I noticed that she wore her evening-dress, all her dresses, like sports clothes—there was a jauntiness about her movements as if she had first learned to walk upon golf courses on clean, crisp mornings."

The Great Gatsby: "I noticed that she wore her evening-dress, all her dresses, like sports clothes—there was a jauntiness about her movements as if she had first learned to walk upon golf courses on clean, crisp mornings."

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Vintage 1945 Union College Program Schenectady NY War Training Evening Course | eBay

Vintage 1945 Union College Program Schenectady NY War Training Evening Course | eBay

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