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Q: Susie baker king Taylor contributed to her community in several ways list two?
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What 2 things Susie Baker King Taylor Contributed to her community?

Big Susie did great in her career and helped her folks and old peoples and btw im am an 11 year old writing this and i looked up this question on here and it didn't help me at ALL!!!!!! yall need to work on that..... (mad face)

Why is susie king Taylor buried in an unmarked grave?

she's not. I think

What did Susie King Taylor die from?

she died because she taught children how to read and write so she got beatin to death :(

What did Susie king Taylor accomplishments?

The 1st and only black African American to write a book about the experience of the civil war

What are the names of slaves during the civil war?

Susie King Taylor - freed after the Emancipation Proclamation was in effect. She was one of many African-American women to serve with the Union army's "colored" regiments during the second half of the war.Dave the Slave "Dave the Potter"- famous for his pottery work during the Civil War. freed after the Emancipation Proclamation was in effect.Booker T. Washington - American educator, author, orator, and political leader. Born into slavery in Virginia, 1856. Freed, in 1865, when he and his brother and sister, migrated to West Virginia.Author of 14 books, the most notable is "Up From Slavery".George Washington Craver- American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor, a brilliant mind who has been dubbed the "Black Leonardo Da Vinci". Born in Missouri in 1864, after slavery was abolished, George and his older brother James were raised by their former slave owner Moses Craver and his wife Susan, as their own children.Mammy Lou -freed after the Emancipation Proclamation was in effect. Is the oldest person to appear in a film or movie. In 1918, was in the silent film, "The Glorious Adventure". Supposedly was 114, at the time.Robert Smalls - He freed himself and his family from slavery on May 13, 1862, by commandeering a Confederate transport ship, the USS Planter, to freedom in Charleston harbor.