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Explore resources for the study of Africa and the African diaspora. Bibliographies and Research Guides The following is a selection of reference sources supporting the study of African American history and culture.
HTY 141 & HTY 142: African American History: Find Books
Cambridge Companion to African American Theatre. Harvard Guide to African-American History. African American Biographical Database. African American Political Leaders.
African American Writers. African Americans in the Visual Arts.
Profiles of African American Stage Performers and Theatre People, - Greenwood - ABC-CLIO
African-American Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs. Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers.
go here In she toured as a soprano with Williams and Walker's The Policy Players, and in she was a prima donna and special feature with L. Gideon's Minstrels. By , having "toured abroad in all European capitals," she was already a famous singer and was then performing as a soubrette with the Smart Set Company in a show called Enchantment, of which Ernest Hogan and Billy McClain were the stars.
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During the tour of that show, she married Hogan; however, the marriage was short lived. During the summer of , after they had performed together in a vaudeville sketch called "The Missionary Man," in which Mrs. Wilkes-Hogan played the role of Mrs. Angelica Scattergood the couple parted.