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The Heritage of Blacks in America as Featured on Postage Stamps

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Shirley Chisholm Black Heritage #37 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH37b

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This U.S. plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps honors New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005). Chisholm was elected to Congress in 1968 where she represented her native Brooklyn in New York's 12th Congressional district. She was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972, the first black candidate from a major party. Prior to politics, Chisholm graduated with honors from Columbia University and worked as a teacher. She earned a master's degree in Childhood education in 1952. Issued on January 31, 2014. Scott Cat.# 4856
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Robert Robinson Taylor Issue Black Heritage #38 United States, 2015
Item ID: BH38a

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This 38th stamp in the Black Heritage series was issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 12, 2015. The mint, self-adhesive stamp honors the educator and architect Robert Robinson Taylor (1868-1942). From the USPS: "Taylor is believed to have been both the first black graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the country's first academically trained black architect. Scott Cat.# 4958
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Robert Robinson Taylor Issue Black Heritage #38 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH38b

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This mint plate number block of four self-adhesive Forever stamps, the 38th issue in the Black Heritage series, was issued by the U.S. Postal Service on February 12, 2015. The stamps feature educator and architect Robert Robinson Taylor (1868-1942). From the USPS: "Taylor is believed to have been both the first black graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the country's first academically trained black architect. Scott Cat.# 4958
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Richard Allen Black Heritage #39 United States, 2016
Item ID: BH39a

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: February 2, 2016
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5056
Description: This mint, self-adhesive stamp, featuring Richard Allen (1760-1831), is the 39th issue in the U.S. Postal Service's Black Heritage series. Allen, who was born into slavery, eventually created the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church and was ordained its first bishop. The early black congregations he shepherded and their abolitionist efforts are often credited with beginning the civil rights movement.
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Dorothy Height Issue Black Heritage #40 United States, 2017
Item ID: BH40a

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: February 1, 2017
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5171
Description: This mint self-adhesive stamp honors the influential civil rights activist Dorothy Height. Born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1912, Height was a tireless activist who dedicated her life to fighting for racial and gender equality. She died in 2010 at the age of 98. This is the 40th issue in the USPS's Black Heritage series.
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Lena Horne Issue Black Heritage #41 United States, 2018
Item ID: BH41a

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 30, 2018
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5259
Description: This mint, self-adhesive stamp pays tribute to the memorable performer Lena Horne (1917-2010). In addition to her legendary career on Broadway and in movies and music, she was a dedicated advocate for civil rights.
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Lena Horne Issue Black Heritage #41 Mint Pane of 20
Item ID: BH41c

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 30, 2018
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5259
Description: This mint pane of 20 self-adhesive stamps pays tribute to the memorable performer Lena Horne (1917-2010). In addition to her legendary career on Broadway and in movies and music, she was a dedicated advocate for civil rights.
Price: $20.50
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Gregory Hines Issue Black Heritage #42
Item ID: BH42a

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 28, 2019
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5349
Description: This mint self-adhesive stamp honors dancer, actor and Broadway singer Gregory Hines. Hines is especially remembered for reviving and revolutionizing the art of tap dancing.
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Gregory Hines Issue Black Heritage #42 Mint Pane of 20
Item ID: BH42c

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Issuing Country: United States
Date of Issue: January 28, 2019
Scott Catalogue Number(s): 5349
Description: This mint pane of 20 self-adhesive stamps honors dancer, actor and Broadway singer Gregory Hines. Hines is especially remembered for reviving and revolutionizing the art of tap dancing.
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James Baldwin Issue United States, 2004
Item ID: BH50

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This mint self-adhesive stamp, issued by the United States on July 23, 2004, features the prolific writer, poet, playwright and activist James Baldwin (1924-1987). The stamp is supplied on its original backing paper (release liner paper). Please click on the image or "Details" for additional information about this James Baldwin. Scott Cat.# 3871
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"To Form A More Perfect Union" Mint Sheet of 10 United States, 2005
Item ID: BH51

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The U.S. Postal Service paid tribute to the struggle for equal rights for African Americans with the release of this mint sheet of ten self-adhesive stamps on August 30, 2005. The ten stamp designs illustrate ten different key events in this struggle, from the 1948 Executive Order 9981 to the 1965 Voting Rights Act (information about each is provided on the back of the sheet). The sheet selvage includes a quote from Martin Luther King, Jr. Scott Cat.# 3937.
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Rosa Parks Issue United States, 2013
Item ID: BH59

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This mint, self-adhesive, Rosa Parks stamp marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of this iconic figure of the civil rights movement. In 1955, she refused to give up her seat on a municipal bus in Montgomery, Alabama, to a white man. Parks inspired a movement to end racial segregation. This stamp is supplied on its original backing paper. Issued by the United States on February 4, 2013. Scott Cat.# 4742
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