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Fanny Jackson Coppin

(1837—1913)


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(b. 1837; d. 21 January 1913), educator and activist.

When Fanny Jackson became principal of Philadelphia’s Institute for Colored Youth in 1869, she held the highest educational appointment of any ...

Subjects: United States History — Literature.


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