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Madam CJ Walker

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Joseph Sikora

on 24 September 2012

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Madam CJ Walker By: Joe, Monique, Nikeysha 1890s Born on December 23, 1867 Birth name: Sarah Breedlove Married at 14 to Moses McWilliams He died six years later She married again to John Davis Their marriage ended in 1902 She was orphaned at the age of 7 Walker married again in 1906 to Charles Joseph Walker Her only daughter Lelia McWilliams, was born three years after Walker's first marriage. "I got my start by giving myself a start." 1919-Present - Madame Cj Walker 1911 A'Lelia Walker Daughter of Madame Cj walker Early 1900s She began to notice her hair falling out, so she began to experiment with homemade remedies and store bought products. Madam Walker died on May 25, 1919. She was 51. Began selling door- Madame C. J. Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower to-door Her method became known as the "Beauty Culture" Madam Walker became successful and started to expand. She founded: Special Correspondence Course of Beauty Culture A manufacturing facility in Indiana Beauty College, NY Walker Manufacturing Company of Indiana Incorporated Over the years, more and more products began to show up 1911-1919 Madam Walker continued training and running her business. Sources https://webfiles.uci.edu/mcbrown/gif/indianapolis_factory.gif



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www.madamewalker.net/ Day http://nubianhairsupplies.homestead.com/walkerhome.jpg Madam Walker was the first self made female American millionaire. Her hair care and cosmetic products are still being produced to this very day by Madam CJ Walker Enterprise founded by her. The End
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