Henry Clay Yerger

Most Influential Person

American academic

Why Is Henry Clay Yerger Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Henry Clay Yerger was an American schoolteacher who pioneered African American education at Hope, Arkansas. Early life and education Henry Clay Yerger was born on December 4, 1861, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to Sally Yerger. He obtained his education at Philander Smith College. He also studied at Boston University and the Hampton Institute. He married Miss Ella J. Green and to this union eight children were born, five boys and three girls.

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