Course
Alexander Hamilton (AHL200)
$5.00
Dutch/ Colonial Harlem
Alexander Hamilton (AHL200)
Alexander Hamilton was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the 1st United States Secretary of the Treasury. He was born on January 11, 1755 or 57 in Nevis, West Indies. He died in New York City on July 12, 1804, after being...
Arthur Miller (AML200)
$5.00
Jewish Harlem
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People
Arthur Miller (AML200)
Arthur Miller, born on October 17, 1915, in Harlem, New York, was a renowned Jewish-American playwright and essayist. After the financial crisis in 1929, his family relocated to Gravesend, Brooklyn. Arthur helped to support his family and...
Apollo Theater (APOLLOL200)
$5.00
Entertainment/Theater
Apollo Theater (APOLLOL200)
Located in the vibrant neighborhood of Harlem, New York City, the Apollo Theater stands tall as an iconic and historically significant venue. Originally debuting in 1914 as Hurtig & Seamon's New Burlesque Theater, it later underwent a significant...
Billie Holiday (BHL200)
$5.00
Harlem Renaissance
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People
Billie Holiday (BHL200)
Billie Holiday, was an extraordinary African-American jazz singer and songwriter, experienced a life filled with both joyous triumphs and heart-wrenching tragedies. Born on April 7, 1915, in Philadelphia, PA, she embarked on her musical journey...
City College of New York (CCL200)
$5.00
Educators/Educational Institutions
City College of New York (CCL200)
The City University of New York has 24 institutions of higher learning, the oldest of which is City College of New York (CCNY), with its 36-acre campus sitting prominently on a hill overlooking Harlem. CCNY was the very first institution in the...
Duke Ellington (DEL200)
$5.00
Harlem Renaissance
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People
Duke Ellington (DEL200)
"Duke" Ellington, an African-American composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, was born on April 29, 1899, in Washington, D.C. Ellington was a key figure in the Harlem Renaissance and known as one of the greatest jazz composers ever....
Eubie Blake (EBL200)
$5.00
Harlem Renaissance
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People
Eubie Blake (EBL200)
Eubie Blake, a famous African-American ragtime pianist, was born in Baltimore, Maryland on February 7, 1887. He showed musical talent as a child and became known for songs like "Love Will Find A Way." He wrote the musical "Shuffle Along" with...
Ella Fitzgerald (EFL200)
$5.00
Harlem Renaissance
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People
Ella Fitzgerald (EFL200)
Ella Fitzgerald, iconic African-American jazz singer, known as First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz, and Lady Ella, was born on April 25, 1917, in Newport, Virginia. She won Amateur Night at Apollo Theater in Harlem at 17. In 1958, she became the...
Gertrude Berg (GBL200)
$5.00
Jewish Harlem
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People
Gertrude Berg (GBL200)
Gertrude Berg, also known as Tillie Edelstein, was a Jewish-American icon and author celebrated for her significant contributions to radio, theater, and television. She excelled in "The Rise of the Goldbergs" radio show, "Me and Molly" theatrical...

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