Mississippi Department of Archives and History digitized copy of The Anti-Slavery Alphabet by Hannah and Mary Townsend

Mississippi Department of Archives and History digitized copy of The Anti-Slavery Alphabet by Hannah and Mary Townsend

Women Clothes 1800s America | Young women cutting and fitting clothing in class at Agricultural and ...

Women Clothes 1800s America | Young women cutting and fitting clothing in class at Agricultural and ...

William Augustus Hinton (15 December 1883, Chicago, Illinois – 1959, Canton, Massachusetts) was an African American bacteriologist, pathologist and educator. He was the first black professor in the history of Harvard University. A pioneer in the field of public health, Hinton developed a test for syphilis which, because of its accuracy, was used by the United States Public Health Service.

William Augustus Hinton (15 December 1883, Chicago, Illinois – 1959, Canton, Massachusetts) was an African American bacteriologist, pathologist and educator. He was the first black professor in the history of Harvard University. A pioneer in the field of public health, Hinton developed a test for syphilis which, because of its accuracy, was used by the United States Public Health Service.

Throughout all of history, women have known ways to manage their fertility - through contraception, abortion and fertility enhancement.

Throughout all of history, women have known ways to manage their fertility - through contraception, abortion and fertility enhancement.

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