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Topics: Jessie Redmon Fauset, World Wide Web, Harlem Renaissance Pages: 2 (385 words) Published: May 29, 2014
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Martin, George-McKinley. "Jessie Redmon Fauset." The Black Renaissance in Washington. DC Public Library, 20 2003. Web. 18 Dec 2012. 
This website told all the basic information of Jessie’s personal and work life. The author took information from various documents and talked about the different interviews discussing Jessie. Martin included all the sources all the different websites he used for information which helped me because I went on it to check all the facts. The web document also included all the works of Jessie Fauset including poems, articles, and novels. Saini, Simran. "Jessie Redmon Fauset." 1st Period's Harlem Renaissance Poet Page. N.p., 18 2012. Web. 18 Dec 2012. .

This website was a great website because it had a lot of information. The author also included some of Jessie Fauset’s poems and went on to write about her personal life. Simran Saini tells about Jessie’s point of view as she says Jessie says she saw the good and the bad side of people. The analysis was the author’s point of view on how she thinks Jessie thought and wrote her novels and poems. Wainwright, Mary. "Fauset, Jessie 1882–1961." Contemporary Black Biography. 1994. Encyclopedia.com. 18 Dec. 2012 .

This website helped me because it had a lot of things I did not receive from other websites. Such as quotes and facts about Jessie Fauset , such as she was taught Latin and died two years after the death of her husband. This website is very easily readable and is highly recommended for information on basic topics. I also found out that Jessie was the seventh child and her mother soon died after having her. Her dad then went on to marry someone who also had three kids, so she had a very large family. Baskin, Andrew, and Crystal D. Thomas. "Fauset, Jessie R. (1882-1961)." BlackPast.org Remembered and Reclaimed. An Online Reference Guide to African American History. Web. 18 Dec 2012.  This website gave me a lot of facts that other websites didn’t. A fact...

Bibliography: Martin, George-McKinley. "Jessie Redmon Fauset." The Black Renaissance in Washington. DC Public Library, 20 2003. Web. 18 Dec 2012. 
This website told all the basic information of Jessie’s personal and work life. The author took information from various documents and talked about the different interviews discussing Jessie. Martin included all the sources all the different websites he used for information which helped me because I went on it to check all the facts. The web document also included all the works of Jessie Fauset including poems, articles, and novels.
Saini, Simran. "Jessie Redmon Fauset." 1st Period 's Harlem Renaissance Poet Page. N.p., 18 2012. Web. 18 Dec 2012. .
This website was a great website because it had a lot of information. The author also included some of Jessie Fauset’s poems and went on to write about her personal life. Simran Saini tells about Jessie’s point of view as she says Jessie says she saw the good and the bad side of people. The analysis was the author’s point of view on how she thinks Jessie thought and wrote her novels and poems.
Wainwright, Mary. "Fauset, Jessie 1882–1961." Contemporary Black Biography. 1994. Encyclopedia.com. 18 Dec. 2012 .
This website helped me because it had a lot of things I did not receive from other websites. Such as quotes and facts about Jessie Fauset , such as she was taught Latin and died two years after the death of her husband. This website is very easily readable and is highly recommended for information on basic topics. I also found out that Jessie was the seventh child and her mother soon died after having her. Her dad then went on to marry someone who also had three kids, so she had a very large family.
Baskin, Andrew, and Crystal D. Thomas. "Fauset, Jessie R. (1882-1961)." BlackPast.org Remembered and Reclaimed. An Online Reference Guide to African American History. Web. 18 Dec 2012. 
This website gave me a lot of facts that other websites didn’t. A fact such as Jessie was known as the “Midwife of the Harlem Renaissance.” Though there were two authors, I personally didn’t think they give much information but they gave me enough for me to finish this project. I also found out from this website that Jessie died three years after her husband died. She died three days after her birthday.
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