Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
BiblioBazaar, 2010 - 386 pages
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lydia1879 - LibraryThing
Articulate, and an incredible story. Washington tells of how he worked to become the principal of the Tuskegee Institute for African American people. By sheer force of will and determination, this man ... Read full review
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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