Zora Neale Hurston

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Timeline Birthdate Hurston's actual birthdate was unknown to her.
Timeline Family moves to Eatonville, FL Eatonville, FL, was the first incorporated town only for African-Americans. The town figured prominently in many of Hurston's writings.
Timeline Graduated Morgan High School
Timeline Graduated Barnard College, Columbia University Hurston's field of study was anthropology.
Timeline Jonah's Gourd Vine is published Zora Neale Hurston's first novel
Jonah's%20gourd%20vine%20cover Jonah's Gourd Vine is published
Mules%20and%20men%20cover Mules and Men is published
Their%20eyes%20were%20watching%20god%20cover Their Eyes Were Watching God This novel is considered to be Hurston's finest.
Dust%20tracks%20on%20a%20road%20cover Dust Tracks on a Road Hurston's autobiography
Timeline Hurston dies in Fort Pierce, FL Hurston was a very popular author in the 1930s, but died in poverty and obscurity.
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Hurston studies African-American culture Hurston was an anthropologist. She studied folklore, music, and language of African-Americans living in the South.