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Annette Myers is a National Indie Excellence Award winning author. She is a Fernandina Beach, Florida, native, community activist... Lire la suite
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Annette Myers is a National Indie Excellence Award winning author. She is a Fernandina Beach, Florida, native, community activist, and a retired Nassau County educator. She has taught in the public school system of Florida on various levels, including Florida State College of Jacksonville. Since retirement, she has published three non-fiction books about historic American Beach. American Beach lies on the south end of Amelia Island in Fernandina Beach. Annette is well-traveled in and out of the United States. Her home is American Beach, in northeast Florida, where she is a long-time property owner and the owner of Martha's hideaway. Her home, Martha's Hideaway, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places October 12, 2001. Annette earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Florida A. & M. University in Tallahassee, Florida, Master of Science degree from Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, and her Educational Specialist degree from Nova University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She is the proud mother of son Donald Myers (wife Dedria), grandchild Delaney Ann Myers and foster daughter Alria Wilson Mundy.

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Peck High School-Golden Years Remembered A documented history of a school established to teach African- American students in Fernandina Beach, Florida starting in 1884 through 1929 in an era of segregation. Named after William Henderson Peck, one of the early principals and champions of African-American education in Fernandina Beach. Originally from Washington, D.C., he traveled to Fernandina specifically to educate students. W.H. Peck is recognized as among the Great Floridians of the state. The author, a graduate of Peck High School during the years of segregation, captures the rich legacy of the American story that unfolded during the period. The book is a testament to the dedication and commitment of many people working to build a strong educational organization to transform the lives of black children. Set in the context of local, national and world events, with alumni and staff names, readers will make a connection to those who graduated from what was known as Colored school Number 1, Colored School Number 2 and Peck High School.

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Code EAN: 9780996668743
ISBN: 0996668748
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 112
Poids: 362g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T12mm
Année: 2017