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Online Encyclopedia of Significant People and Places in African American History

The following are short descriptions of individuals, places and events which have contributed to the shaping of African American history. These encyclopedia entries serve as a starting point for much more inclusive descriptions and discussions that appear in other sources. For additional information please consult the print or website sources cited in the entry.



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Entry Titlesort iconEntry Type
Smith, Stephen (1795-1873)People
Smith, Venture (c. 1729-1805)People
Smith, Will (1968-- )People
Smith, William [Willie “the Lion”] (1897-1973)People
SNCC Freedom Singers (1962-1966)Organizations
South Carolina State University (1896--- )Institutions
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (1957 - )Organizations
Southern Negro Youth Congress (1937-1949)Organizations
Southern University Law Center [New Orleans] (1947-- )Institutions
Southern University [New Orleans] (1956-- )Institutions
Southern University [Shreveport] (1964 -- )Institutions
Southern University ][Baton Rouge] (1880- )Institutions
Southern, Eileen Jackson (1920-2002)People
Sowell, Thomas (1930- )People
Spaulding, Charles Clinton (1874-1952)People
Spelman College [Atlanta] (1881- )Institutions
Spencer, Kenneth (1913-1964)People
Spivey, Victoria (1906-1976)People
Spraggs, Venice Tipton (1905-1956)People
Springfield Race Riot, 1908People
Spruce Street Baptist Church (1835- )Churches
St. Augustine Catholic Church, New Orleans, Louisiana (1841- )Institutions
St. Augustine’s University (1867- )Institutions
St. Bartley Primitive Baptist Church [Huntsville] (1808- )Institutions
St. Clair, Stephanie (1886–1969)People
St. Mark African Methodist Episcopal Church [Milwaukee] (1869- )Institutions
St. Philips Moravian Church [Winston-Salem, North Carolina] (1822- )Institutions
St. Philip’s Protestant Episcopal Church, New York City (1809- )Institutions
Stanford, Maxwell Curtis, Jr. (aka Muhammad Ahmad, 1941 - )People
Stanley, Sara G. (1837-1918)People
Staton, Candi (1940– )People
Staupers, Mabel Keaton (1890-1989)People
Stax Records (1957- )Misc
Steele, Michael S. (1958- )People
Steward, Austin (1793-1869)People
Steward, Susan Smith McKinney (1847-1918)People
Stewart, Bennett McVey (1912–1988)People
Stewart, John (1786-1823) People
Stewart, Maria Miller (1803-1879)People
Stewart, Pearl (1950- )People
Stewart, T. McCants (1853-1923)People
Still, James (1812-1882)People
Still, William (1821-1902)People
Still, William Grant (1895-1978)People
Stillman College [Tuscaloosa] (1867-- )Institutions
Stokes, Ann Bradford (1830–1903)People
Stokes, Carl B. (1927-1996)People
Stokes, Louis (1925- )People
Stone, Charles Sumner, Jr. “Chuck” (1924-2014)People
Stono Rebellion (1739)Events
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