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The Heritage of Blacks in America as Featured on Postage Stamps

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Mary McLeod Bethune issue Black Heritage #8 United States, 1985
Item ID: BH8a

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This mint stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1984, pays tribute to noted educator and social activist Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955). This is the eighth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 2137
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Mary McLeod Bethune issue Black Heritage #8 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH8b

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This mint plate number block of four stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1984, pays tribute to noted educator and social activist Mary McLeod Bethune (1875-1955). This is the eighth issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 2137
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Sojourner Truth issue Black Heritage #9 United States, 1986
Item ID: BH9a

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This mint stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 4, 1986, pays tribute to Sojourner Truth (c.1797-1883), the woman who, after acquiring her freedom via escape with her infant daughter, dedicated her life to the enfranchisement and education of freed slaves and to the cause of human rights. Scott Cat.# 2203
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Jean Baptiste Pointe Du Sable Black Heritage #10 United States, 1987
Item ID: BH10a

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Jean Baptiste Pointe Du Sable is honored on this mint stamp, the 10th issue in the USPS Black heritage series. Du Sable, the founder of Chicago, played important roles in this frontier settlement on the Chicago River (general merchant, fur trader, farmer and Indian overseer). This issuing of this stamp in 1987 (Feb. 20) coincided with Chicago's sesquicentennial. Scott Cat.# 2249
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James Weldon Johnson Issue Black Heritage #11 United States, 1988
Item ID: BH11a

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This mint stamp, the 11th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series, pays tribute to James Weldon Johnson. Johnson was an educator, diplomat, lawyer, author and lyricist. Issued on February 2, 1988. Scott Cat.# 2371
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A. Philip Randolph issue Black Heritage #12 United States, 1989
Item ID: BH12a

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With the U. S. Postal Service's 12th stamp in its Black Heritage series, A. Philip Randolph is honored. This mint stamp features a portrait of Randolph, railroad employees and passenger cars. Randolph was a prominent and respected voice for the rights of minority labor. Scott Cat.# 2402.
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Ida B. Wells Issue Black Heritage #13 United States, 1990
Item ID: BH13a

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This mint stamp, the 13th in the USPS Black Heritage series, honors Ida B. Wells, the civil rights activist who was born a slave and spent her life educating others about the horrors of discrimination, abuse and lynching. Issued on February 1, 1990. Scott Cat.# 2442
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Ida B. Wells Issue Black Heritage #13 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH13b

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This mint plate number block of four stamps, the 13th in the USPS Black Heritage series, honors Ida B. Wells, the civil rights activist who was born a slave and spent her life educating others about the horrors of discrimination, abuse and lynching. Issued on February 1, 1990. Scott Cat.# 2442
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Jan E. Matzeliger issue Black heritage #14 United States, 1991
Item ID: BH14a

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Released on September 15, 1991, as the 14th issue in the USPS's ongoing Black Heritage series, this mint stamp honors Jan Ernst Matzeliger (1852-1889). Matzeliger revolutionized the shoe manufacturing business in the United States with his patented machine for shaping shoes (lasting machine). Scott Cat.# 2567
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Jan E. Matzeliger issue Black heritage #14 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH14b

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Released on September 15, 1991, as the 14th issue in the USPS's ongoing Black Heritage series, this mint plate number block of four stamps honors Jan Ernst Matzeliger (1852-1889). Matzeliger revolutionized the shoe manufacturing business in the United States with his patented machine for shaping shoes (lasting machine). Scott Cat.# 2567
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W.E.B. Du Bois issue Black Heritage #15 United States, 1992
Item ID: BH15a

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With this 15th stamp in the U.S. Postal Service's Black Heritage series, W.E.B. Du Bois is honored. Du Bois was a noted writer, historian, critic, scholar and educator. The Niagara Movement he founded in 1905 evolved into the NAACP. Issued on January 31, 1992. Scott Cat.# 2617
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Percy Lavon Julian issue Black Heritage #16 United States, 1993
Item ID: BH16a

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Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 29, 1993, this mint stamp honors the chemist Percy Lavon Julian (1899-1975). One of Julian's significant achievements was the synthesis of cortisone which has been widely used as a treatment for arthritis. This is the 16th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 2746
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