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HISTORY OF ETIQUETTE IN BLACK AMERICA

History of Etiquette in
Black America
A Tribute to the Trailblazers of Etiquette in African American History
History of Etiquette in Black
America!
The History of Etiquette in Black America though still felt today, has not been
memoralized in a book until now.  Lady Trenette Wilson is proud to announce
the release of this all new look at the impact the men and women of a bygone
era made on the field of etiquette.
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Pick up Lady T's all new look at the
history of etiquette and the
trailblazers who made it.  From
before, during and after the turn of
the century, African Americans
played a significant role in
empowering their community.  
Follow the lives of some of the
world's most renowned etiquette
professionals.
Contrary to negative images often portrayed in the media depicting blacks,
African Americans have a rich and storied history of etiquette and decorum.
Here's a sneak peek at some of the great people honored in History of
Etiquette in Black America!    
 
Madame E. Azalia Hackley
1867-1922
Author of My Black is Beautiful, Azalia Hackley is
a forerunner in the field of etiquette.  A classically
trained soprano, Madame Hackley used her
soaring voice to empower the black community
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Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown
1883-1961
An educator, preacher and innovator, Dr.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown was surrounded by
the great Black thinkers of her day.  She used
her extraordinary educational career to teach
young black people to soar.
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Maxine Powell
Motown Maven
1915 - 2013
Maxine Powell was the force behind the
class elegance of great Motown artists.
Holding class weekly, Maxine Powell
polished entertainers for the stage and
the board room.
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Madame Ophelia
Devore-Mitchell
Champion of the Runway
1922-2014
A champion for Black models, Madame
Ophelia Devore was the first African
American woman to own a black
modeling agency.
Women in the History of African American Etiquette
And More...
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Etiquette in African
American History today!
Men in the History of African American Etiquette
James Wormley
King of Hospitality
1819-1884
James Wormley was the owner of the Wormley
Hotel, the first black-owned hotel in Washington.
D.C. that was integrated and catered to the
Washington elite.
And More...
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Etiquette in African
American History today!
Alonzo Fields
A Gentleman in the White House
1900-1994
James Wormley was the owner of the Wormley
Hotel, the first black-owned hotel in Washington.
D.C. that was integrated and catered to the
Washington elite.
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