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Alpha Kappa Nu

The Alpha Kappa Nu Greek Society was formed at Indiana University and Earlham College to strengthen the blacks' voice. Seated are James Knight, Howard Thompson, E.B. Keemer and Fred Williamson. Standing are John Hodge, Thomas Reynolds, Mr. Hill, R.A. Roberts and Gordon Merrill
Newspaper Article about formation of Alpha Kappa Nu
Newspaper Article about formation of Alpha Kappa Nu
Newspaper Article about formation of Alpha Kappa Nu
Newspaper Article about formation of Alpha Kappa Nu

Alpha Kappa Nu (ΑΚΝ) was one of several unsuccessful attempts to create an United States in 1903.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
    • Social club 1.1
    • Kappa Alpha Psi 1.2
  • References 2

History

Social club

In The Story of Kappa Alpha Psi: A History of the Beginning and Development of A College Greek Letter Organization 1911-1999, Historian Ralph J. Bryson recounted that his own fraternity "may have begun in 1903 on the campuse of [2] Historian Charles H. Wesley noted when the founders of Alpha Phi Alpha formed a study club during the same time period, they investigated reports of possible existing African-American fraternities, but were disappointed to find the reports untrue.[3]

Kappa Alpha Psi

Bryson states that the original [2]

References

  1. ^ "A Brief History: Kappa Undergoes a Name Change". The Abington-Ambler Pa. Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. 
  2. ^ a b c Bryson, Ralph J. (2003). The Story of Kappa Alpha Psi: A History of the Beginning and Development of A College Greek Letter Organization 1911-1999. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. 
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