Up from slavery: an autobiography

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Townsend Library, May 1, 2004 - African Americans - 116 pages
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Things that impressed me from this book: * Booker's firm belief that merit would be recognized and rewarded. He considered this a great universal truth and a consolation for the persecuted. He ... Read full review

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Booker T. Washington writes his own story of rising from a slave to being honored with a Harvard distinguished honor degree. His autobiography shares the many struggles he endured as he worked to make ... Read full review

Contents

A Slave among Slaves
1
Boyhood Days
14
The Struggle for an Education
24
Copyright

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