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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Not so much an autobiography as it is a personal journal of his life work as founder and Principal of Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. His struggle to find funding in the early days is fascinating ... Read full review

Contents

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

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