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Christiana Cateaux Bannister began her career as a hairdresser and wigmaker in Boston at the young age of twenty. It was in Boston that Bannister, eventually popularly known professionally as “Madame Carteauz,” became a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, opening several salons.

Born in Rhode Island in 1820 to the children of slaves, Christiana Cateaux Bannister began her career as a hairdresser and wigmaker in Boston at the young age of twenty. It was in Boston that Bannister, eventually popularly known professionally as “Madame Carteauz,” became a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, opening several salons.... Born in Rhode Island in 1820 to the children of slaves, Christiana Cateaux Bannister began her career as a hairdresser and wigmaker in Boston at the young age of twenty. It was in Boston that Bannister, eventually popularly known professionally as “Madame Carteauz,” became a successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, opening several salons....

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Annie Malone was born on August 9, 1869, to two former slaves, one of whom, her father, was a member of the Union Army during the American Civil War. She did not finish high school and instead became a professional hairdresser, a profession she would later describe as being a... Annie Malone was born on August 9, 1869, to two former slaves, one of whom, her father, was a member of the Union Army during the American Civil War. She did not finish high school and instead became a professional hairdresser, a profession she would later describe as being a...

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