Mary Burnett Talbert

On Buffalo Architecture and History website:

Mary Burnett Talbert - Chronology Includes illustrations and links

Mary Burnett Talbert, by Patrick Kavanaugh

Forest Lawn Cemetery Plaque

Buffalo Woman Near-forgotten as Civil Rights Figure. Excerpts from Buffalo News column by Donn Esmonde

Mary Burnett Talbert and the 1901 Pan American Exposition, by Thomas E. Leary and Elizabeth C. Scholes

Characters in 'City of Light' Comprehensive list with many links to photos and information


On other websites:

Mary Morris Burnett Talbert (Uncrowned Queens)

Africans, Darkies and Negroes: Black faces at the Pan American Exposition of 1901 (The Buffalonian)

Mary Talbert and the Phylis Wheatley Club   (The African American History of Western New York)

"Women and Colored Women," by Mrs. Mary B. Talbert, Vice President-at-large, National Association of Colored Women   (The African American History of Western New York)

Mary Burnett Talbert (Digital Schomburg African American Women Writers of the 19th Century)


See also:

Michigan Street Baptist Church Talbert's next door neighbor

Nash House  Located behind Talbert's house

The African American History of Western New York Web site maintained by Scott Williams for The Circle Association

History of African-Americans in Buffalo, NY Includes illustrations


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