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The Heritage of Blacks in America as Featured on Postage Stamps

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Dr. Allison Davis Issue Black Heritage #17 United States, 1994
Item ID: BH17a

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This mint stamp pays tribute to Dr. Allison Davis, the influential social anthropologist and educator who challenged the cultural bias of standardized intelligence tests and helped end racial segregation. This is the 17th stamp in the USPS Black Heritage series. Issued on February 1, 1994. Scott Cat.# 2816
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Dr. Allison Davis Issue Black Heritage #17 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH17b

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This mint plate number block of four stamps pays tribute to Dr. Allison Davis, the influential social anthropologist and educator who challenged the cultural bias of standardized intelligence tests and helped end racial segregation. This is the 17th stamp in the USPS Black Heritage series. Issued on February 1, 1994. Scott Cat.# 2816
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Bessie Coleman Issue Black Heritage #18 United States, 1995
Item ID: BH18a

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This mint stamp, the 18th in the USPS Black Heritage series, commemorates the first African-American woman aviator. After being refused admission to American flying schools, Bessie Coleman traveled to France to learn the language in order to earn her pilot's license there in 1921. This attractive stamp was issued on April 27, 1995.
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Bessie Coleman Issue Black Heritage #18 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH18b

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This mint plate number block of four stamps, the 18th in the USPS Black Heritage series, commemorates the first African-American woman aviator. After being refused admission to American flying schools, Bessie Coleman traveled to France to learn the language in order to earn her pilot's license there in 1921. This attractive stamp was issued on April 27, 1995.
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Ernest E. Just issue Black Heritage #19 United States, 1996
Item ID: BH19a

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Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1996, this mint stamp pays tribute to Marine Biologist and professor Ernest E. Just (1883-1941). Just's research on abnormal cell development contributed to understanding leukemia, sickle-cell anemia and cancer. This is the 19th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 3058
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Ernest E. Just issue Black Heritage #19 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH19b

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Issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 1, 1996, this mint plate number block of four stamps pays tribute to Marine Biologist and professor Ernest E. Just (1883-1941). Just's research on abnormal cell development contributed to understanding leukemia, sickle-cell anemia and cancer. This is the 19th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 3058
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Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. Issue Black Heritage #20 United States, 1997
Item ID: BH20a

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Army Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. is honored on the this mint self-adhesive stamp issued on January 28, 1997. Davis was the nation's first black Brigadier general. He began as a private, rising through the ranks during a 50-year Army career. He was both a promoter of, and symbol for, integration in America's military. Scott Cat.# 3121
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Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. Issue Black Heritage #20 United States, 1997
Item ID: BH20b

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This mint plate# block of four self-adhesive stamps, issued by the USPS on January 28, 1997, honors Army Brigadier General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr. Davis was the nation's first black Brigadier general. He began as a private, rising through the ranks during a 50-year Army career. He was both a promoter of, and symbol for, integration in America's military. Scott Cat.# 3121
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Madam C. J. Walker Issue Black Heritage #21 United States, 1998
Item ID: BH21a

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 28, 1998
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 3181
Description: This mint, self-adhesive stamp pays tribute to Madam C. J. Walker (1867-1919). Born Sarah Breedlove, she was an African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist. She started her own business that sold a line of specialized hair care products and was the first American woman to become a self-made millionaire.
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Malcolm X Issue Black Heritage #22 United States, 1999
Item ID: BH22a

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The United States Postal Service paid tribute to Malcolm X (1925-65) with the release of this mint self-adhesive stamp on January 20, 1999. Born Malcolm Little in Omaha Nebraska, he become a Black Nationalist and member of the Black Muslim movement (upon which he changed his last name to "X" to symbolize his African heritage. In 1964, after converting to orthodox Islam, Malcolm disavowed his earlier advocacy of racial separatism and founded the organization of Afro-American Unity. He was fatally shot on Feb. 21, 1965; three Black Muslims were later convicted of the murder. Scott Cat.# 3273
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Malcolm X Issue Black Heritage #22 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH22b

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This mint plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps pays tribute to Malcolm X (1925-65); released by the U.S. Postal Service on January 20, 1999. Born Malcolm Little in Omaha Nebraska, he become a Black Nationalist and member of the Black Muslim movement (upon which he changed his last name to "X" to symbolize his African heritage. In 1964, after converting to orthodox Islam, Malcolm disavowed his earlier advocacy of racial separatism and founded the organization of Afro-American Unity. He was fatally shot on Feb. 21, 1965; three Black Muslims were later convicted of the murder. Scott Cat.# 3273
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Patricia Roberts Harris Issue Black Heritage #23 United States, 2000
Item ID: BH23a

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The United States Postal Service honored Patricia Robert Harris (1924-1985), the first Black woman cabinet secretary, with the release of this mint self-adhesive stamp on January 27, 2000. The stamp is on its original backing paper (release liner paper). This is the 23rd issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 3371
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