Prior to the Journal of Negro History there was no body of work that captured the work of black people around the world. The first person to actually value and chronicle the contributions of black people was Dr Woodson Godwin Carter. He was born on December 19, 1875 in New Canton Virginia. His family moved to West Virginia after word got round that there was a school in West Virginia that educated black people. His parents were former slaves and so this was an opportunity of a lifetime. He was educated at Berea College bachelors, University of Chicago- Masters and Harvard University-PhD in History.
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