by Barbara Kyles
Do you know, “Sarah Rector was born in 1902 in Taft, Oklahoma. She came from very humble beginnings, but later became the wealthiest Black girl in the country at the young age of 11. Her family were African American members of the Muscogee Creek Nation in Indian Territory.”
Take a look and welcome to Black history…
Barbara Kyles is a Miami Township resident who enjoys advocating for social issues and gardening year-round.
Barbara will be publishing a continuing series about Black History for Loveland Magazine.