A meticulously researched biography of Icabod Flewellen, this story provides a glimpse of what it means to be a black man in America during the second half of the century and a pioneer and early founder of the African American museum movement. A must read for anyone interested in African American history and the Black Museum Movement.
-John E. Fleming, PhD, Director in Residence,
National Museum of African American Music, Nashville
A Special Place
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A Must Read. This history of St. Mary’s School of Nursing is a treasure, which gives
the reader a look at the early beginnings and success of the school opened by the Sisters of St. Joseph in 1905. It includes stories of students and their accomplishments and interviews of graduates—relating the impact of the school on their personal and professional lives. The author, also a graduate, has firsthand knowledge of life as a nursing student. Though research she gained knowledge of programs and events provided for the 690 students over the 64 years of the school’s existence.
—Mary Palmer, CSJ