Branch, Muriel Miller

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BRANCH, Muriel Miller

BRANCH, Muriel Miller. American, b. 1943. Genres: Children's fiction, Children's non-fiction, Education, History. Career: Richmond Public Schools, Richmond, VA, library media specialist, 1967-98. Maggie L. Walker Historical Foundation, secretary, vice president, and president. Publications: (with D. Rice) Miss Maggie: The Story of Maggie Lena Walker, 1984; (comp. with E.G. Evans) Hidden Skeletons and Other Funny Stories, 1995; (with E.G. Evans) A Step Beyond: Multimedia Activities for Learning American History, 1995; The Water Brought Us: The Story of the Gullah Speaking People, 1995; Juneteenth: Freedom Day, 1998; (with D. Rice) Pennies to Dollars: The Story of Maggie Lena Walker, 1997; (with E. Evans) 3-D Displays for Libraries, Schools and Media Centers, 2000; (with M.E. Lyons) Dear Ellen Bee: A Civil War Scrapbook of Two Union Spies, 2000; Fine Arts and Crafts, 2001. Contributor to professional journals. Address: 9315 Radborne Rd, Richmond, VA 23236, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]