Booker T. Washington: Volume 2: The Wizard Of Tuskegee, 1901-1915

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Oxford University Press, Apr 28, 1983 - Social Science - 564 pages
The most powerful black American of his time, this book captures him at his zenith and reveals his complex personality.
 

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Contents

WASHINGTON AND ROOSEVELT
3
2 BLACK INTELLECTUALS AND THE BOSTON RIOT
32
3 CONFERENCE AT CARNEGIE HALL
63
4 DAMMING NIAGARA
84
5 FAMILY MATTERS
107
6 OTHER PEOPLES MONEY
128
7 TUSKEGEES PEOPLE
143
8 OTHER PEOPLES SCHOOLS
174
Illustrations
270
12 ATLANTA AND BROWNSVILLE
295
13 BROWNSVILLE GHOULS
323
14 BLACK POLITICS IN THE TAFT ERA
338
15 WASHINGTON AND THE RISE OF THE NAACP
359
16 NIGHT OF VIOLENCE
379
17 OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
405
18 GONNA LAY DOWN MY BURDEN
438

9 UP FROM SERFDOM
202
10 A WHITE MANS COUNTRY
238
11 PROVINCIAL MAN OF THE WORLD
266
NOTES
459
INDEX
529
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