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Great Inventor Biographies. Library Binding: 32 pages. Publisher: Enslow Elementary (December 1, 2010). Before I Made this purchase, I had never used this hair-care. It's OK, but I will probably go back to my old products when this is gone.

Great Inventor Biographies. ISBN-13: 978-0766034495. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Pages with related products.

Great Inventor Biographies Series. 12 primary works, 12 total works. Hair-Care Millionaire: Madam C. J. Walker and Her Amazing Business. by Edwin Brit Wyckoff.

Hair-Care Millionaire book. Walker did invent her own hair treatments and beauty products, but that seems peripheral to the story of Madam . Walker, entrepreneur. The slender volume provides solid factual information combined with interesting photographs detailing her journey from poverty to celebrity and fortune. It does not provide much support or detail to justify Walker’s inclusion as a Great Inventor - or a genius.

Her business acumen led her to be one of the first American women to become a self-made millionaire.

Walker created specialized hair products for African American hair care and was one of the first American women to become a self-made millionaire. Her business acumen led her to be one of the first American women to become a self-made millionaire. She was also known for her philanthropic endeavors, including a donation toward the construction of an Indianapolis YMCA in 1913. Walker was born Sarah Breedlove on December 23, 1867, on a cotton plantation near Delta, Louisiana. Her parents, Owen and Minerva, were recently freed slaves, and Sarah, who was their fifth child, was the first in her family to be free-born.

Great Inventor Biographies). She helped other women go into business for themselves, and she worked hard for the rights and dignity of other African Americans. Born Sarah Breedlove in Louisiana in 1867, this determined woman developed a line of beauty products, beginning with hair conditioner, that made her rich and famous-the first African-American millionaire. About Edwin Brit Wyckoff. Published September 1, 2010 by Enslow Elementary.

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Read about the life of Madam . References to this work on external resources. Library descriptions. Walker, and find out how she created a hair care empire, and helped African Americans in the early 1900s"-Provided by publisher. Recently added by. Saunders Library, acaine1, shelftalker, Enslow. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Hair-care millionaire. Read about the life of Madam . Published 2011 by Enslow Elementary in Berkeley Heights, NJ. Written in English. Cosmetics industry, African Americans, Women millionaires, Internet Archive Wishlist, African American women executives, Women, Juvenile literature, Biography, History. who's there? Making changes. The war to win over Washington.

Walker built her beauty empire by inventing hair products targeted at black women-and it made her one of the first female and wealthiest self-made businesswomen in America. Madam C. Walker Biography. May 30 ·. A centennial tribute to Madam C. Walker.

Born Sarah Breedlove in Louisiana in 1867, this determined woman developed a line of beauty products, beginning with hair conditioner, that made her rich and famous—the first African-American millionaire. She helped other women go into business for themselves, and she worked hard for the rights and dignity of other African Americans.