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Johnson, Georgia Douglas, 1886-1966

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    • us: Camp, Georgia Blanche Douglas, -1966
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    • Johnson, Georgia Douglas, d. 1966
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    • found: Her The heart of a woman ... 1918.
    • found: OCLC database, June 7, 2011(predominant usage: Georgia Douglas Johnson; Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson appears as usage only in electronic eds.)
    • found: Contemporary authors online, June 7, 2011(Georgia Douglas Johnson; also known as Georgia Blanche Douglas Camp, Georgia Douglas Camp Johnson; b. Sept. 10, 1886, Atlanta, GA, d. May 14, 1966, Washington, DC; daughter of George and Laura Camp; married Henry Lincoln Johnson)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 7, 2011(Georgia Douglas Johnson; Georgia Blanche Douglas Camp Johnson, better known as Georgia Douglas Johnson; b. Sept. 10, 1880, d. May 14, 1966, Washington, D.C.; American poet and an important member of the Harlem Renaissance)
    • found: New Georgia encyclopedia, June 7, 2011(Georgia Douglas Johnson; b. Sept. 10, around the year 1877, Atlanta, d. 1966; graduated from Atlanta University Normal College in 1896)
    • found: Voices from the Gaps WWW site, June 7, 2011(Georgia Blanche Douglas Camp was born on September 10. The year in various sources ranges from 1877 to 1887, although 1880 appears to be the commonly accepted year of birth. Her place of birth is also a disputed matter: Marietta and Atlanta are the most often mentioned locations, with the latter being the most commonly accepted; d. May 14, 1966, Washington, D.C.) -
    • found: Bio. and geneal. master index on GaleNet, June 7, 2011(Johnson, Georgia Douglas; 1877-1966 [9 sources]; 1886- [1 source]; 1886-1965 [1 source]; 1886-1966 [28 sources]; 1886-1967 [1 source]; 19th cent.-1966 [1 source], ca. 1880-1966 [1 source]; d. 1966 [1 source]; Johnson, Georgia Douglas (Camp), 1886-1966 [1 source]; Johnson, Georgia Douglas Camp, 1886-1966 [12 sources]; Johnson, Georgia Douglass Camp, 1886-1966 [2 sources])
    • notfound: Social Security death index, June 7, 2011
    • found: American National Biography Online, accessed via The Oxford African American Studies Center online database, July 27, 2014:(Johnson, Georgia Douglas; poet and dramatist; born 10 September 1886 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States; graduated from Atlanta University's Normal School in 1893; studied piano, violin, harmony, and voice at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (1902-1903); taught school in Marietta, Georgia and was assistant principal in Atlanta; appointed commissioner of conciliation in the Department of Labor by Calvin Coolidge; wrote a column of practical advice called "Homely Philosophy" , which was carried in many newspapers from 1926 to 1932; awarded an honorary doctorate of literature degree from Atlanta University (1965); died 14 May 1966 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States)
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    • PS3519.O253
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    • 1980-09-03: new
    • 2015-03-28: revised
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