A Century of "Separate but Equal" Education in
Anne Arundel County

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A Century of "Separate but Equal" Education in Anne Arundel County

By: Phillip L. Brown

Baltimore: Gateway Press, Inc., 2002; Second printing

"Comprehensive and thoroughly documented history of segregated education in Anne Arundel County between 1866 and 1966. Philip Brown can back up his research with personal experience, as both he and his wife taught in the county for 40 years--most of that time during segregation. Includes chapters on Stanton High School, Wiley H. Bates High School, life of a colored teacher in the 1930s, the implementation of the Desegregation Ruling in Anne Arundel County, and more. Biographical information on Wiley H. Bates. Appendices."

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