Phillis Wheatley - Americas - 1773: Wheatley was the first black woman to publish a book. Born in Senegambia, she was sold into slavery at the age of 7 and transported to North America. She was purchased by a family who taught her to read and write and encouraged her poetry. The publication of her "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral" brought her fame in both England and the American Colonies. #womens #history #medieval era #black #women #authors

Phillis Wheatley - Americas - 1773: Wheatley was the first black woman to publish a book. Born in Senegambia, she was sold into slavery at the age of 7 and transported to North America. She was purchased by a family who taught her to read and write and encouraged her poetry. The publication of her "Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral" brought her fame in both England and the American Colonies. #womens #history #medieval era #black #women #authors

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America: Phillis Wheatley, from an illustration by Scipio Moorhead on the front page of her book of poems (colorized later)

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America: Phillis Wheatley, from an illustration by Scipio Moorhead on the front page of her book of poems (colorized later)

Jane Edna Harris Hunter was a nurse and social worker who housed young black women in the Phillis Wheatley Home and trained them in various professions. She was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in SouthJane Edna Harris Hunter was a nurse and social worker who housed young black women in the Phillis Wheatley Home and trained them in various professions. She was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in South Carolina on December 13, Hunter was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in South Carolina on…

Jane Edna Harris Hunter was a nurse and social worker who housed young black women in the Phillis Wheatley Home and trained them in various professions. She was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in SouthJane Edna Harris Hunter was a nurse and social worker who housed young black women in the Phillis Wheatley Home and trained them in various professions. She was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in South Carolina on December 13, Hunter was born on Woodburn Farm Plantation in South Carolina on…

Phillis Wheatley Quote: “Thou didst, in strains of eloquence refin’d, Inflame the soul, and captivate the mind.”

Phillis Wheatley Quote: “Thou didst, in strains of eloquence refin’d, Inflame the soul, and captivate the mind.”

Phillis Wheatley’s book of poetry was published in 1773.

Phillis Wheatley’s book of poetry was published in 1773.

Black History month graphic organisers of notable Black History women. Alice Coachman, Althea Gibson, Bessie Coleman, Billie Holiday, Edna Lewis, Marian Anderson, Mary Lou Williams, Phillis Wheatley, Sarah Breedlove Walker, Wilma Rudolph, Harriet Tubman, Ruby Bridges, Sarah E. Goode, Sojourner Truth, and Rosa Parks. Graphic organisers. Worksheets.

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Black History month graphic organisers of notable Black History women. Alice Coachman, Althea Gibson, Bessie Coleman, Billie Holiday, Edna Lewis, Marian Anderson, Mary Lou Williams, Phillis Wheatley, Sarah Breedlove Walker, Wilma Rudolph, Harriet Tubman, Ruby Bridges, Sarah E. Goode, Sojourner Truth, and Rosa Parks. Graphic organisers. Worksheets.

"Circles create soothing space, where even reticent people can realize that their voice is welcome." Phillis Wheatley

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America

"Circles create soothing space, where even reticent people can realize that their voice is welcome." Phillis Wheatley

Phillis Wheatley Quote: “In every human Beast, God has implanted a Principle, which we call Love of Freedom; it is impatient of Oppression, and pants for Deliverance.”

Phillis Wheatley Quote: “In every human Beast, God has implanted a Principle, which we call Love of Freedom; it is impatient of Oppression, and pants for Deliverance.”

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America: Phillis Wheatley, from an illustration by Scipio Moorhead on the front page of her book of poems (colorized later)

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America

Learn About Phillis Wheatley, the Slave Poet of Colonial America: Phillis Wheatley, from an illustration by Scipio Moorhead on the front page of her book of poems (colorized later)

BY WALTER OPINDE Despite being enslaved from Africa, Phillis Wheatley became the first slave, the first African-American, and the third female in the United States to ever publish a poetry book. Phillis Wheatley was born in 1753 in Senegal/Gambia (West Africa). Having been kidnapped in 1761, at the ...BY WALTER OPINDE Despite being enslaved from Africa, Phillis Wheatley became the first slave, the first African-American, and the third female in the United States to ever publish a poetry…

BY WALTER OPINDE Despite being enslaved from Africa, Phillis Wheatley became the first slave, the first African-American, and the third female in the United States to ever publish a poetry book. Phillis Wheatley was born in 1753 in Senegal/Gambia (West Africa). Having been kidnapped in 1761, at the ...BY WALTER OPINDE Despite being enslaved from Africa, Phillis Wheatley became the first slave, the first African-American, and the third female in the United States to ever publish a poetry…

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