Booker T. Washington, the Master Mind of a Child of Slavery: An Appealing Life Story Rivaling in Its Picturesque Simplicity and Power Those Recounted about the Lives of Washington and Lincoln. A Biographical Tale Destined to Live in History and Furnish an Inspiration for Present and Future Generations; a Human Interest Story Depicting the Life Achievements of a Great Leader of a Rising Race
National publishing Company, 1915 - 337 pages
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