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" Philadelphia from one-half to two-thirds fall into the class I have described. There are, of course, other Negro voters in the city— or rather men eligible to vote. There is, first, the native Philadelphian of Negro descent— member of an educated... "
The Negro in the Cities of the North - Page 32
by Survey - 1905 - 96 pages
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The Negro in the cities of the North

Survey Associates - African Americans - 1905 - 96 pages
...sweeter waters he has never heard. Of the 25,000 Negro voters Offer Group,. JQ philadelphia from OQe. half to two-thirds fall into the class I have described....well-to-do group of people. There are the better class if immigrant* from the country districts of the state, Maryland, and Virginia. These men come into...
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The Negro in the cities of the North

Survey - Biography & Autobiography - 1905 - 96 pages
...him ; he has never seen its shores or surface, and of its clearer, sweeter waters he has never heard. half to two-thirds fall into the class I have described. There are, of course, other Negro voters in the city—or rather men eligible to vote. There is, first, the native Philadelphian of Negro descent—...
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The Survey, Volume 15

Edward Thomas Devine, Paul Underwood Kellogg - Charities - 1906
...clearer, sweeter waters he has never heard. Of the 25,000 Negro voters Oth.r Groap,. ;n philadelphja from one_ half to two-thirds fall into the class I...politics from a different angle. A large number of • Charities nder the machine an honest man interred in polities had no place. A young friend of mine...
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The Survey, Volume 15

Edward Thomas Devine, Paul Underwood Kellogg - Charities - 1906
...sweeter waters he has never heard. Of the 25,000 Negro voters Oth.r Croup,. jn philadelphia from Qne_ half to two-thirds fall into the class I have described....well-to-do group of people. There are the better class of immigrant* from the country districts of the state, Maryland, and Virginia. These men come into politics...
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