Samuel Momodu is native of Nashville, Tennessee where he was born and raised. Momodu received his Associate of Arts Degree in History from Nashville State Community College in December 2014 and Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Tennessee State University in May 2016. Momodu’s main interest areas in history are African and African American History. He enjoys reading and researching about events that occurred in the past. He currently attends Southern New Hampshire University working on his Master of Arts Degree in History.
Beebe Steven Lynk was one of the earliest black women chemists in the United States. She was born Beebe Steven, the daughter of Henderson and Judiam (Boyd) Steven, in Mason, Tennessee, on October 24, 1872. Little is known about her early life, her parents, or … Read MoreBeebe Steven Lynk (1872-1948)