Up from Slavery: An Autobiography

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Bantam Books, 1959 - African Americans - 241 pages
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Good insight into a great man. - Goodreads
This autobiography was easy to read. - Goodreads
Timeless advice is what you get here. - Goodreads
He has a good narrative voice and a wonderful style. - Goodreads
I did appreciate his writing style though. - Goodreads
Clear and easy to read. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Nat Kidder - Goodreads

More than just a great American's autobiography, Up From Slavery is an inspiring tale of one man's determination to improve the education of his race, which had so long kept down by discriminatory ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aaron - Goodreads

Up from Slavery—or alternatively, Profitably Into Jim Crow—is not the inspirational tale of an ex-slave pulling himself up by his own bootstraps that many people would have you believe, but rather ... Read full review


Chapter Page I A Slave Among Slaves
Boyhood Days
The Struggle for an Education

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