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Macon Bolling Allen

Black History

GPUNLTD Macon Bolling AllenMacon Bolling Allen GPUNLTD celebrates Macon Bolling Allen,  the first African American licensed to practice law and to hold a judicial position in the United States, who passed the bar examination at Worcester, Massachusetts in 1845. Live your dream!Forge your own path and Live UNLIMITED!

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The Birth of Elijah McCoy on May 2, 1844.

Black History

nThe Birth of Elijah McCoy on May 2, 1844. GPUNLTD  celebrates the birth of Elijah McCoy, Canadian-American inventor and engineer of African descent who has 57 U.S. patents, most having to do with the lubrication of steam engines, on May 2, 1844. Live your Passion, Fulfill your Purpose and Live UNLIMITED! #pursuepurpose #gpunltd #blackhistory

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Pearl Bailey was born on March 29, 1918

Black History

GPUNLTD Pearl BaileyPearl Bailey was born on March 29, 1918 G&P celebrates singer and actor Pearl Bailey who was born on March 29, 1918. When Bailey belted out her sound, she left her mark on an industry. Do you well, and live UNLIMITED!!!

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Phyllis Mae Daley Navy Nurse Corps on March 8, 1945.

Black History

nPhyllis Mae Daley Navy Nurse Corps on March 8, 1945. G&P celebrates Phyllis Mae Daley, first of four African American Navy Nurses to serve active duty in WW II, who received her commission as an ensign in the Navy Nurse Corps on March 8, 1945.

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Carter G. Woodson who on Feb. 7, 1926 initiated the first National Negro Week.

Black History

Carter G. Woodson who on Feb. 7, 1926 initiated the first National Negro Week.  Carter G. Woodson initiated the first National Negro Week. GPUNLTD celebrates Carter G. Woodson who, on Feb. 7, 1926, initiated the first National Negro Week. In 1976 it became Black History Month. Be Historic. Be UNLIMITED! #blackhistory #gpunltd

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