Table of contents for Black women in the ivory tower, 1850-1954 : an intellectual history / Stephanie Y. Evans.

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Contents
List of Illustrations 000
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction. "This Right to Grow": Higher Education as Both a 
Human and Civil Right 000
Part 1. Educational Attainment
1.	"A Plea for the Oppressed": Educational Strivings, Pre-1865 
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2.	"The Crown of Culture": Educational Attainment, 1865-1910 
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3.	"Beating Onward, Ever Onward": A Critical Mass, 1910-54 
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4.	"Reminiscences of School Life": Six College Memoirs 000
5.	"I Make Myself Heard": Comparative Collegiate Experiences 
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6.	"The Third Step": Doctoral Degrees, 1921-54 000
Part 2. Intellectual Legacy
7.	Research: "The Yard Stick of Great Thinkers" 000
8.	Teaching: "That Which Relieves Their Hunger" 000
9.	Service: "A Beneficent Force" 000
10.	Living Legacies--Black Women in Higher Education, Post-1954 
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Notes 000
Bibliography 000
Index 00
Illustrations
Figures
1.	Lucy Stanton Sessions 000
2.	Mary Jane Patterson 000
3.	Fanny Jackson Coppin 000
4.	Anna Julia Cooper 000
5.	Mary Church Terrell 000
6.	Mary Annette Anderson 000
7.	Dr. Eva Beatrice Dykes 000
8.	Dr. Georgiana Simpson 000
9.	Dr. Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander 000
10.	Dr. Anna Julia Cooper 000
11.	Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune 000
Maps
All maps created by Stephanie Y. Evans.
1.	Cooper, "The Higher Education of Women" (1890) 000
2.	Du Bois, College-Bred Negro (1900) 000
3.	Du Bois and Dill, College-Bred Negro American (1910) 000
4.	Johnson, The Negro College Graduate (1938) 000
5. Greene, Doctorates among American Negroes (1946) 
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African American women -- Education (Higher) -- History.