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us: Cardozo, Francis Lewis, 1837-1903



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    • us: Cardozo, F. L. (Francis Lewis), 1837-1903
    • us: Cardozo, Francis Louis, 1837-1903
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    • found: His Address before the Grand Council of the Union Leagues at their annual meeting, 1870: t.p. (F.L. Cardozo, president)
    • found: Dict. of Amer. Negro biog., 1982 (Cardozo, Francis Louis; clergyman, educator and politican; studied at Univ. of Glasgow, Scotland and Presbyterian seminaries in Edinburgh and London; S.C. secretary of state; S.C. treasurer; Howard Univ. professor; b. 2/1/1837; d. 7/22/1903)
    • found: MWA/NAIP files (hdg.: Cardozo, Francis Louis, 1837-1903)
    • found: Library of Congress Manuscript Division for His Family Papers, 1864-1968 (Francis Lewis Cardozo; b. 1836; d. 1903; papers given to the Library by the family with the spelling of the middle name, Lewis, and the 1836 birthdate)
    • found: African American National Biography, accessed January 12, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Cardozo, Francis Louis; minister, educator, politician, state government official; born 01 February 1837 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States; graduated from the University of Glasgow, Scotland (1861); studied at London School of Theology; served as pastor of Temple Street Congregational Church, New Haven (1864); was an agent of American Missionary Association (AMA) (1865); co-founded and becam superintendent of the Avery Normal Institute (1866); was appointed secretary of state, South Carolina (1868-1872); was a president of Greenville and Columbia Railroad, a professor of Latin at Howard University (1871-1872) and South Carolina state treasurer (1872, 1874 and 1876); worked at the Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. (1878-1884); was appointed principal of Colored Preparatory High School (1884-1891) and M Street High School (1891-1896); died 22 July 1903 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States)
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