3 edition of Samuel Ringgold Ward found in the catalog.
Samuel Ringgold Ward
Ronald K. Burke
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-159) and index.
|Statement||Ronald K. Burke.|
|Series||Studies in African-American history and culture|
|LC Classifications||E449.W27 B87 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||94042751|
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Coedited by Samuel Ringgold Ward, a well-known public speaker and escaped enslaved person living in Toronto, the paper was published from Windsor (–54), Toronto (–55), and Chatham (–57). While Ward was listed as editor on the paper’s masthead, Shadd did not list her own name or.
Samuel B. Ringgold ( – ) was an artillery officer in the United States Army who was noted for several military innovations which caused him to be called the "Father of Modern Artillery." He was also, according to some records,  the first U.S.
officer to fall in the Mexican–American War, perishing from wounds received at the Battle of Palo AltoBattles/wars: Mexican–American War.