With portraits on one side and profiles on the other, these 48 fact-filled Knowledge Cards are a great source of condensed information—all in a deck the size of a pack of playing cards. Size: 3¼ x 4 in.
Published with the Library of Congress.
Spotlighting notable people and significant events in African American history, this deck of Knowledge Cards offers an insightful look at the wide-ranging achievements of African American women and men. Each card includes a photographic portrait and a concise, informative essay about the featured individual. This intriguing, fact-packed deck profiles forty-eight historical figures, from such celebrated luminaries as Frederick Douglass, Countee Cullen, and Mahalia Jackson to lesser-known—but no less accomplished—individuals, including Bessie Coleman (pioneering aviator, pictured on the cover), Matthew Henson (explorer), and Benjamin Banneker (astronomer).
Discover the most important and interesting facts about these influential people in a concise, stress-free compilation. A quick and stimulating supply of information, perfect for students, teachers, history buffs, and the purely inquisitive, this deck is sure to spark your curiosity and encourage you to delve deeper into this compelling subject.