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Amelia Louise Tilghman (surname also spelled Tiligman; 6 September 1856 District of Columbia – 12 December 1931 District of Columbia) (pronounced "TILL man") was a pianist, teacher, and activist who, among other things, founded the first African-American journal devoted to music, The Musical Messenger, published from 1886 to 1891.

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  • Amelia Louise Tilghman (surname also spelled Tiligman; 6 September 1856 District of Columbia – 12 December 1931 District of Columbia) (pronounced "TILL man") was a pianist, teacher, and activist who, among other things, founded the first African-American journal devoted to music, The Musical Messenger, published from 1886 to 1891. (en)
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  • Amelia Louise Tilghman (surname also spelled Tiligman; 6 September 1856 District of Columbia – 12 December 1931 District of Columbia) (pronounced "TILL man") was a pianist, teacher, and activist who, among other things, founded the first African-American journal devoted to music, The Musical Messenger, published from 1886 to 1891. (en)
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