As a self-trained scientist, inventor, astronomer, and mathematician, Benjamin Banneker had few equals in early nineteenth century America. With the help of Murray (1852-1925), an assistant librarian for the Library of Congress and a pioneer of the Negro history movement, Allen compiled the information on Banneker's life and work, presented in this volume. First published 1921, Published by Black Classic Press 2005. 80 pages.
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