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Carter Goodwin Woodson

Woodson, Carter Goodwin (1875–1950), U.S. historian and educator who popularized African-American studies and founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (1915), which trained African-American historians, collected historical documentation, and issued The Journal of Negro History. Woodson's works include The Negro in Our History (1922).

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