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AFRICAN AMERICAN SCIENTISTS AND INVENTORS HIST. 318 MD TERM EXAM This exam is worth 40 points. The following questions are presented in two sections: 1. short answer/fill in the blanks questions and 2. Open ended questions. The questions in the first section are worth one point each. In the second section, each question is worth five points. PLEASE TYPE YOUR WORK. Return your stapled document to my office (70-101 Bioethics) on Thursday by 12 noon. Section One: Short answer/Fill in the Blanks: Each short answer question has a 100 word minimum. You must in-text cite your short answers using MLA, APA, or Chicago. All History Majors must use the Chicago style. 1. Who were/are the Dogon people? On which continent are they located? In which country are they located? What did they discover and what is their legacy? 2. ____________ and _________________were the two institutions that made it possible for African Americans to achieve scientifically. 3. In 1858, what did Jeremiah S. Black prevent enslaved African Americans from doing? Why did Black deny enslaved African Americans this privilege?
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  • Winter '17
  • Southern United States, Lewis Howard Latimer

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