Elizabeth Jennings Graham - Civil and political rights, Tram, Passenger rail terminology
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Elizabeth Jennings Graham was a black woman who lived in New York City. She figured in an important early civil rights case, when she insisted on her right to ride on a streetcar in 1854. Graham was the daughter of Thomas Jennings, a successful tailor, and an important man in New York's black community. By 1854, she had become a schoolteacher and church organist. She taught at the city's African Free Schools, and later in the public schools.
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