Famous People Who Died on June 19
Alexander Lucius Twilight
Educator, Political Leader, Minister, Preacher / 1795 - 1857
Alexander Lucius Twilight is the first African American to graduate from a U.S. college (1823) and the first black American to win election to public office, joining the Vermont Legislature in 1836.
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