Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Sarah Louise Delany
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Parts 1-2

• Sadie and Bessie Delany are both over 100 years old.

• Sadie was the older sister.

• The Delany family was a prominent force in the community despite race issues.

• Henry Delany is introduced.

• Delany was a slave until age 7.

• Delany converted to the Episcopal Church to obtain a scholarship to college.

• Delany went to St. Augustine's School.

• The family gained prominence over the years but not everyone was a fan.

• Many lower class black families objected to the family's behavior and status.

• As the book begins, Sadie is 103 years old; Bessie is 101 years old.

• The sisters live together in a house and take care of themselves despite their advanced age.

• Neither sister ever married.

• The sisters joke that they lived so long because the men were scared away by their intelligence.

• The sisters' personalities are compared.

• The sisters' lifestyle is reviewed.

Parts 3-4

• Henry Delany was freed from...

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