Up from slavery: an autobiography

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Bantam books, 1959 - African Americans - 241 pages
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Good insight into a great man. - Goodreads
This autobiography was easy to read. - Goodreads
Timeless advice is what you get here. - Goodreads
His writing style is very captivating. - Goodreads
Clear and easy to read. - Goodreads
Great fundraising tips. - Goodreads

Review: Up from Slavery

User Review  - Elise R - Goodreads

Well-written and engaging! This book should be required reading for educators. Booker T. Washington's passion is evident and remains a lesson to people today. I would have liked to hear him talk a ... Read full review

Review: Up from Slavery

User Review  - Manuja - Goodreads

Booker T. Washington was born into slavery, raised by a single mother, exploited by his step-father, yet culminated his life as the President of Tuskegee University. It is so impressive that Booker T ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter Page I A Slave Among Slaves
1
Boyhood Days
16
The Struggle for an Education
29
Copyright

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