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" ... a mass meeting of whites decided that the mode of living practiced by the Buchanan family had a bad effect on the cooks and washerwomen, who aspired to do likewise, and became less disposed to work for the whites. "
Booker T. Washington in Perspective: Essays of Louis R. Harlan - Page 104
edited by - 2006 - 210 pages
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The Booker T. Washington Papers: 1904-6

Booker T. Washington, Louis R. Harlan - Social Science - 1979 - 625 pages
...which the young woman used frequently in going to and from work; they kept a decent house and a Piano; a mass meeting of whites decided that the mode of...likewise, and became less disposed to work for the whites. Rev. Buchanan's letter is dated at Meridian the sheriff of Clay County and the Banker of West Point...
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Booker T. Washington

Louis R. Harlan - Education - 1983 - 564 pages
...named Buchanan owned a piano and allowed his daughter, who was his cashier and bookkeeper, to ride a buggy to and from work, until "a mass meeting of whites...disposed to work for the whites." A mob forced Buchanan's wife and children to flee during his absence from town, and refused to let him return even to collect...
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Dark Journey: Black Mississippians in the Age of Jim Crow

Neil R. McMillen - Fiction - 1990 - 430 pages
...buggy, his "decent house" and piano. Whites thought that his "mode of living," Montgomery learned, had "a bad effect on the cooks and washerwomen, who...and became less disposed to work for the whites." Ordered to sell his business and remove his family under penalty of death, Buchanan fled the Clay County...
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Black Leaders of the Nineteenth Century

Leon F. Litwack - Biography & Autobiography - 1991 - 344 pages
...shop where she served as his cashier and bookkeeper. One day, while he was in Natchez on business, "a mass meeting of whites decided that the mode of...do likewise, and became less disposed to work for whites." The family was ordered to leave town within three days, and Buchanan was threatened with death...
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Deromanticizing Black History: Critical Essays and Reappraisals

Clarence Earl Walker - History - 1991 - 164 pages
...which the young woman used frequently in going to and from work; they kept a decent house and a piano; a mass meeting of whites decided that the mode of...do likewise, and became less disposed to work for whites.182 Why were prosperous blacks singled out for such attacks? The answer cannot be that class...
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The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

Richard Wormser - History - 2004 - 224 pages
...prospering, to his elegant horse and buggy, his decent house and his piano. Whites thought his mode of living had a bad effect on the cooks and washerwomen who...to do likewise and became less disposed to work for whites. He was ordered to sell his business and remove his family under penalty of death." Montgomery...
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