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  • These lists include some of the articles which I have written or substantially expanded. The DYKS have been featured on the Main Page of Wikipedia as part of the Did you know? (DYK) section:

DYKs (new and expanded articles)[edit]

African American candidates for president of the United States; Arkansas Post; Black president in popular culture (United States); Clarence Lightner; Dezsö Czigány; Enterprise (slave ship); Ervin Marton; First Baptist Church (Petersburg, Virginia); Frederick B. Williams; Freedom suits; Gillfield Baptist Church, Virginia; Jacobo Timerman; James Cameron (activist); John Johnston (fur trader); Lajos Tihanyi; Leonard Hall (Shaw University); London Ferrill; Lyceum-The Circle Historic District; Marguerite Scypion; Monticello Association; Neltje Doubleday Kings; Quindaro Townsite; Pernessa C. Seele; Pocahontas Island, Virginia; Rachel Kollock McDowell, Robert Purvis; Sara Agnes Rice Pryor, Theresa Two Bulls, Western University (Kansas); Whiteclay, Nebraska; Wyatt Tee Walker; Yvette Roubideaux

Additional articles increased by 2-4x[edit]

Abdel Hamid al-Ghazzawi, Adah Isaacs Menken, African Burial Ground National Monument, African-American heritage of United States presidents; Albany, Ohio; Alfred B. Meacham; Allen Allensworth, Annis Boudinot Stockton, A. Page Brown, Ambrose Madison, Anatole Broyard, April Capone Almon, Archibald Grimké, Betty Hemings, Betty Mae Tiger Jumper, Black flight, Brassai, Chandler Brossard, Charlotte Dupuy, Colfax Massacre, Conrad Richter, Creole case, Daniel Payne, David Treuer, Denmark Vesey, Elkanah Watson, Enterprise (slave ship), First African Baptist Church (Lexington, Kentucky), First African Baptist Church (Savannah, Georgia), Francis La Flesche, George W. Murray, Gomillion v. Lightfoot, Goodale Sisters, Henry McNeal Turner, Hudson Stuck, James McCune Smith, Jane Johnson, Jane Johnston Schoolcraft, Jefferson-Hemings controversy, Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate, John Howard Payne, John Mercer Langston, John Punch (slave), John R. Lynch, John Turner Sargent, Sr., John Wayles Eppes, Joseph LaFlesche, Joseph A. Maturo, Jr., Károly Ferenczy, Károly Kernstok, Logan Fontenelle, Lola Ridge, Lucy Delaney, Madisonville Site, Margaret Lea Houston; Margaret Olivia Slocum Sage; Martin Pring; Martinsville Seven; Mary Boykin Chesnut, Maud Cuney Hare, Memphis Riots of 1866, Michael Peto, Muna Lee, Noyes Academy, Oberlin-Wellington Rescue; Omaha Reservation; Osage Indian murders, Partus sequitur ventrem, Passmore Williamson, Patricia Moore, Paul Jennings, Pearl incident, Peter Demeter, Pierre Toussaint, Pitigrilli, President's House (Philadelphia), Rachel v. Walker, Richard Eppes, Robert Bereny, Romola de Pulszky, Roswell King; Ruby McCollum, St. Lawrence Iroquoians, Sarah Jane Woodson Early, Schaghticoke tribe, Seminole Tribe of Florida, Seth and Mary Eastman, Sheridan Inn, Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Sungir, Susan Power, Susette LaFlesche, Sylvester Primer, Tazewell Thompson, The Bondwoman's Narrative, Theodore S. Wright, Thomas E. Miller, Tuskegee, Alabama, Tuskegee Veterans Administration Medical Center, United Daughters of the Confederacy, United Remnant Band of the Shawnee Nation; Victor H. Green; Walter Beverly Pearson; White League, William Apess; William Drayton, William duPont, Jr.; William Ernest Hocking; William Henry Singleton; William Madison McDonald; Winnebago Reservation

Additional articles increased by 5x[edit]

Antonio Gil y Zárate, Buffalo Tiger, Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation, Eliza Lucas, Polly Berry, Paul Kosok, The Battle for Whiteclay, William Ellison

Additional new articles[edit]

Charles Henry Langston, New Great Migration, Peter Durrett

Other significant contributions[edit]

Angelina Weld Grimké; Baxter Springs, Kansas; Charleston County, South Carolina; Charles W. Chesnutt; Disfranchisement after Reconstruction era; Fanny Kemble; Freedmen's Colony of Roanoke Island; Gladys Tantaquidgeon; Ho-Chunk; John Woolman; Olaudah Equiano; Paul Laurence Dunbar; Pine Ridge, Nebraska; Red Shirts (Southern United States); Sami Omar Al-Hussayen; Solomon Northup

Good articles[edit]

Cornelius P. Rhoads


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