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In spite of some success in integrated education in New Orleans during Reconstruction (1865-1877), by the 1890s and 1900s, segregation was the rule. Public schools for African Americans were notoriously poor; women like the one described here sought additional means to support herself and her private school.

[Inspector of Police. Correspondence, 1898-1913]

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