Lelia Amos Pendleton was born in 1860 in Washington, DC. The date of her death is not known for certain. Pendleton was an African-American community activist and a teacher in Washington’s public schools. She was the founder and president of the Alpha Charity Club of Anacostia and the Social Purity Club of Washington, DC. She was also active in several other women’s race organizations, both as a secretary and vice president.
"A Negro Woman's Hospitality" is a famous biographical story about Benjamin Banneker, written byLe a A. Pendleton. In order to know what made America great — each of us should read and study more about the nations, people and folk! This short story describes hard times of the African Americans. "A Negro Woman's Hospitality" demonstrates a lot of facts about their nations and offers a comprehensive and readable history of blacks in Africa. This work of the author has a historical point of view. If you are interested in in-depth study of different nations and races — this story will be for you!