Up From Slavery
No one connected with the boarding department seemed to have any idea that meals must be served at certain fixed and regular hours, and this was a source of great worry. Everything was so out of joint and so inconvenient that I feel safe in saying that for the first two weeks something was wrong at every meal. Either the meat was not done or had been burnt, or the salt had been left out of the bread, or the tea had been forgotten.
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Review: Up from SlaveryUser Review - Dorothy Caimano - Goodreads
An amazing book! After all he went through as a slave, Booker T. Washington still had compassion for the white former slave owners who had to learn how to do things people had always done for them ... Read full review
Review: Up from SlaveryUser Review - Bronwyn - Goodreads
I read this sort of literature decades ago and thought it was time for a reminder. Of course the writing itself is dated, but this is a book one reads for the content, and we need to be reminded about situations and attitudes of the past - lest we forget! Read full review