Yellow Fever of 1878:Samuel Allen McElwee and Robert Church

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Students will read and learn about Tennessee history. It covers the Yellow Fever epidemic that hit Memphis in 1878, Robert Church, the first African American millionaire in the South, and Samuel Allen McElwee, first African American to be elected as Representative to Tennessee's General Assembly. There is also a cut and paste activity for the two men.
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90 Minutes

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Yellow Fever of 1878:Samuel Allen McElwee and Robert Church
Yellow Fever of 1878:Samuel Allen McElwee and Robert Church
Yellow Fever of 1878:Samuel Allen McElwee and Robert Church
Yellow Fever of 1878:Samuel Allen McElwee and Robert Church
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