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160;– October 24, 2005) was an American activist in the civil rights movement best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott. The United States Congress has called her "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".& More about Rosa Parks
The most expensive item with a signature of Rosa Parks (NORMAN ROCKWELL Lithograph, ROSA PARKS Signed AUTOGRAPH, Frame, DVD, COA, UACC) was sold on eBay in March 2018 for $2075.00 while the cheapest item (ROSA PARKS My Story "How It All Started" SIGNED LETTER) found a new owner for $5.77 in March 2009. The month with the most items sold (9) was August 2012 with an average selling price of $192.39 for an autographed item of Rosa Parks. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2014 with $599.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $7.50 was March 2009. In average, an autographed item from Rosa Parks is worth $100.04.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Rosa Parks that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|ROSA PARKS Autographed Inscribed Signed Letter Civil Rights NAACP||$10000.00|
|Rosa Parks Large Limited Edition Poster Signed (#500)||$400.00|
|ROSA PARKS Signed Autographed 3 X 5 Card||$500.00|
|Rosa Parks Signed Copy of Her Book ''Quiet Strength''||$750.00|
|Rosa Parks SIGNED PICTURE /COA-GENUINE||$1299.94|
In total, we tracked 228 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Rosa Parks were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|BOOK TITLED:ROSA PARKS (my story) signed by ROSA PARKS||$49.00|
|Genuine Rosa Parks signed autobiography autographed||$53.77|
|Rosa Parks Autograph & signed Program COA||$51.00|
|Rosa Parks signed Book 'My Story'||$115.00|
|rosa parks signed index card||$16.04|
Teams from Rosa Parks, Cassidy Elementary go home winners in Lexington Superintendent's Cup competition (03/24/15): They haven't even made it out of elementary school yet, but more than 30 Fayette County students got a jump-start on their college educations Tuesday night. Click to Continue »
College Student Compares Herself To Rosa Parks Because Of Student Loan Struggle (03/19/15): We get what she's trying to say, but nah. The post College Student Compares Herself To Rosa Parks Because Of Student Loan Struggle appeared first on MadameNoire .
Romulus elementary school students get lesson in history from Rosa Parks' niece (03/13/15): Shelli Wildfong tells students to always be at their best when they are out because “you never know who you are going to meet.”
Gun-rights activist sparks ire with Rosa Parks comparison (03/12/15): Gun-rights groups are planning a peaceful show of force in Lower Merion on Sunday. But in promoting the event, they seem to have spawned a war of words.
Their auntie, Rosa Parks: memories and recipes (03/09/15): When Rosa Parks refused to relinquish her seat to a white passenger on a segregated bus in December 1955, she would go down in history as the symbolic "mother" of the civil rights movement.
Romulus elementary school students get lesson in history from Rosa Parks' niece (03/2015): Shelli Wildfong tells students to always be at their best when they are out because “you never know who you are going to meet.”
After Years In Lockdown, Rosa Parks' Papers Head To Library Of Congress (02/2015): Meg McAleer, one of the archivists working on the Rosa Parks collection, says the documents provide a new window on the courage and skill of Parks, and the consequences she and her husband suffered.
Rosa Parks bus seat refusal reenacted (01/2015): The historic 1963 civil rights march on Washington, D.C., was not the only event reenacted at the University of Evansville during Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities Monday.
Auction house sues Rosa Parks’ ex-lawyer over her $10M estate (09/2014): A New York auction house is suing Rosa Parks’ former lawyer, saying he screwed up the sale of her estimated $10 million estate, costing it nearly a million bucks in...
Cat dies, firefighter hurt in Rosa Parks Way fire (07/2014): A pet cat died and a Portland firefighter was slightly injured in an early morning blaze that destroyed a Rosa Parks Way home Wednesday. Portland Fire and Rescue said the firefighter suffered a minor leg injury and was treated at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center. Two residents of the home were ...
Sharkeisha Confuses Maya Angelou With Rosa Parks, Gets Roasted On Twitter [PHOTOS] (05/2014): The passing of Maya Angelou brought forth swift Twitter tributes from celebrities and various members of the Hip-Hop community alike, but some people were just trying to latch themselves onto a trending topic for the sake of being seen.
Rosa Parks Middle School students explore the wonders of science -- Gazette.Net (04/2014): “Science Lights Up Your Life” was the theme of the first annual science and technology family night held April 24 at Rosa Parks Middle School in Olney.
College athlete's 'terrible' Rosa Parks essay is potent symbol in NCAA cake-course scandal: 148 words of shame? (03/2014): Don’t have an account? Congratulations! Your weather is set to . You can change the location at any time.
Rosa Parks Museum to host Japanese photography exhibit (02/2014): An exhibit of photographs examining the region of Japan devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami will be on display in March at Troy University's Rosa Parks Museum, 252 Montgomery St. in Montgomery.
LANTA to designate 'Rosa Parks seats' for Black History Month (01/2014): The seats, inspired by the suggestion of a LANTA bus driver, will coincide with the opening of a new exhibit at the Liberty Bell Museum of Allentown.
Jesse Jackson -- Phil Robertson Is WORSE Than Rosa Parks Bus Driver (12/2013): Phil Robertson's homophobic comments to GQ were MORE OFFENSIVE than the words uttered by bus driver who tried to force Rosa Parks to sit on the back of his bus in 1955 ... so says civil rights leader Jesse Jackson. Jackson came out firing against…
State briefs: Rosa Parks Museum to offer free tours (11/2013): The Rosa Parks museum at Troy University is offering free admission to celebrate the 58th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Rosa Parks Stamp Issued on Her 100th Birthday (10/2013):
ArtPrize helps honor designer of Rosa Parks Circle (09/2013): The place where the ArtPrize top ten finalists have been announced every year is a piece of artwork in itself.
Kat Twine was 'Rosa Parks' of Florida (08/2013): Katherine Twine demonstrated during the civil rights movement. She was arrested so many times, she had a packed bag ready to go at her door.
KFC On Rosa Parks Boulevard Robbed At Gunpoint (07/2013): Detectives need help identifying two men who robbed a fast food restaurant just outside of downtown Nashville.
Schieffer Destroys Snowden: ‘I Don’t Remember Martin Luther King Jr. Or Rosa Parks Hiding In China’ (06/2013): Bob Schieffer excoriated NSA-leaker Edward Snowden on Face the Nation this morning, not as a traitor but as a coward who fled the country rather than accept responsibility for his actions.
Mark Hopkins, Rosa Parks schools locked down for search (04/2013): SACRAMENTO - Sacramento police searched for two individuals in connection to a burglary on the 2800 block of Swift Way Thursday morning.
Historic flag presented to students of Rosa Parks Elementary (03/2013): How much do we all remember our parents telling us to eat our fruits and vegetables. Agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack visited Sioux Falls to remind all of us. The USDA is promoting eating more fruits and vegetables to improve our kids nutrition and in turn, prevent obesity.
Sculptor of Rosa Parks Statue Is No Stranger to Historical Figures (02/2013): The statue of civil-rights pioneer Rosa Parks unveiled in the Capitol’s Statuary Hall this week is just the latest in a line of historical figures bearing the imprint of sculptor Rob Firmin.
Rosa Parks, Revisited (01/2013): A new book seeks to restore a heroine’s wholeness, even at the risk of stirring unease.
Woman struck by car on Rosa Parks Boulevard (11/2012): A woman was struck by a driver while crossing Rosa Parks Boulevard on Friday night.
Gazette.Net: Olneys Rosa Parks Middle School celebrates 20 years (10/2012): When Rosa Parks Middle School opened in 1992, the students who fill the halls today hadn’t been born. While much has changed in the past two decades, some things, including the principles on which the school was founded, remain constant.
Nashville police: Reports indicate person jumped off Rosa Parks bridge (09/2012): Nashville police have confirmed they've received reports of someone jumping off the Rosa Parks Bridge onto I-65. Police are on there way to the scene now.
Rosa Parks' Congressional Gold Medal goes on display at African American Museum (07/2012): With the presentation of a small blue box, the African American Museum in Philadelphia received a giant national treasure Tuesday as it was lent the Congressional Gold Medal bestowed on Rosa Parks, known as the mother of the modern civil rights movement.