Booker T. Washington Papers Volume 2: 1860-89. Assistant Editors, Pete Daniel, Stuart B. Kaufman, Raymond W. Smock, and William M. Welty

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The memoirs and accounts of the Black educator are presented with letters, speeches, personal documents, and other writings reflecting his life and career.
 

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Contents

The James Burroughs
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Dec 1861 An Inventory of the Estate of James Burroughs
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Nov 1868 William Davis to John Kimball
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A Recommendation from George Washington
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To James Fowle Baldwin Marshall
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From James Fowle Baldwin Marshall
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To Francis Chickering Briggs
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To the Editor of the Southern Workman
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From Cornelius Nathaniel Dorsette
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From James Fowle Baldwin Marshall
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May 1889
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Institute
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1878
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1887
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1o June 1875 Three News Items on the 1875 Graduation
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1881
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Feb 1877 From Samuel Chapman Armstrong
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An Article in the Southern Workman
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ton Campbell and Other Trustees of Tuskegee
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1883
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To the Editor of the Southern Workman
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A News Item from the Philadelphia Inquirer
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Apr 1888 A Speech before the Alabama State Teachers
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May 1887 To Moses Pierce
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June 1887 To Warren Logan
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May 1887
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Aug 1887 From J F Jackson
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Sept 1887 From Cornelius Nathaniel Dorsette
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Association
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Apr 1888 To Timothy Thomas Fortune
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Apr 1888 To Warren Logan 45 I
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May 1888 From Cornelius Nathaniel Dorsette
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From William Jenkins
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July 1888 To Warren Logan
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Aug 1888 Robert Charles Bedford to Olivia A Davidson
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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July 1877 Campaign
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About the author (1972)

Louis R. Harlan is professor of history at the University of Maryland. He is the author of Separate and Unequal: Public School Campaigns and Racism in the Southern Seaboard States, 1901-1915 (1958), and Booker T. Washington: The Making of a Black Leader, 1856-1901 (1972). Pete Daniel is assistant professor of history at the University of Tennessee and author of The Shadow of Slavery: Peonage in the South, 1901-1969 (1972). Stuart B. Kaufman is assistant professor of history at the University of Maryland. His study, Samuel Gompers and the Origins of the American Federation of Labor, 1848-1896. is scheduled for publication in 1973. Raymond W. Smock is instructor in history at the University of Maryland. William M. Welty is assistant professor of history at Pace College.

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