Homer Plessy was born March 17, 1863.
Homer plessy help people stop segragation and races
Homer Plessy violated the Louisiana's separate car act of 1890.
No, it appears Homer Plessy was intelligent, healthy and strong. Nothing in the literature suggests otherwise.
yes he had eight children
New Orleans, Louisiana
No. No relationship.
From the plaintiff, Homer Plessy, and the defendant, John Howard Ferguson.
Homer Plessy was multi-ethnic and multi-cultural (Franco-American), because both of his parents had a mixture of African-American and Caucasian genes. In the 19th century, most people and all government bodies adhered to the "one-drop rule," which labeled anyone with at least one African-American ancestor black. Louisiana, where Plessy was born and lived his entire life, informally acknowledged degrees of ethnicity because there were many freemen in the State, and the practice of intermarriage was common. By Louisiana standards, Plessy was considered an "octoroon," or someone with one-eighth black ancestry. Plessy identified with his African-American heritage, but evaluated himself as appearing white. You can view a photo of Homer Plessy via Related Links, below.
He died on March 1, 1925. :)
He was arrested on June 7, 1892
he live in new Orleans Louisiana
He was one eighth African American
He was one eighth african American
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In 1892 the Homer v. Plessy case in the USA established aparteid for black and white people across the former slave states.
Plessy had three children an when they moved one of there childern had got hit by a car for playing in the street in Washington d.c
he married a 19 year old women named Louise Plessy was 25 at the age he married her they were 6 years apart
He sued him because he was the owner of the streetcar that Homer was arrested on for sitting in the "whites only" street car.