- Author:Emmett J. 1873-1957 Scott
- Publisher:Nabu Press (May 17, 2010)
- Pages:618 pages
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He was Booker T. Washington's closest adviser at the Tuskegee Institute and was Special Adviser of Black Affairs to Secretary of War Newton D. Baker. He traveled to Liberia for the . Scott was the highest-ranking African-American in President Woodrow Wilson's administration.
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Scott was born in Houston, Texas in 1873, son to former slav Emmett Jay Scott (February 13, 1873 – December . Scott was the highest-ranking African American in the administration.
Scott was born in Houston, Texas in 1873, son to former slav Emmett Jay Scott (February 13, 1873 – December 12, 1957) was an educator and publicist, known as Booker T. Washington's closest adviser at the Tuskegee Institute and as Special Adviser of Black Affairs to Secretary of War Newton D. He was the highest-ranking African American in President Woodrow Wilson's administration. He selected William Henry Davis to serve as his own assistant and staff manager, helping to ensure blacks were treated fairly by the War Department.
Author Scott, Emmett Jay, 1873-1957. Categories: Nonfiction.
How the Great War Came to America. 23. The Call to the Colors. 32. Official Recognition of the Negros Interest. 40. The Work of the Special Assistant. 51. The Negro in the National Army. 66. The Record of the 372nd. 239. CHAPTER XVIIINegro Heroes of the War. 256. The Negro Soldier as a Fighter. 274. With Oitb Soldiers in France.
Emmett J. Scott and Booker T. Washington. Scott wrote reports on conditions facing African Americans during the period, which were published as The American Negro in the World War (1919) and Negro Migration during the First World War (1920)
Emmett J. A native of Houston, Texas, Emmett J. Scott garnered a reputation as Booker T. Washington’s chief aide. He was also the highest ranking African American in the Woodrow Wilson’s Administration. The son of ex-slaves, Scott was born in 1873. Scott wrote reports on conditions facing African Americans during the period, which were published as The American Negro in the World War (1919) and Negro Migration during the First World War (1920). From 1919 to 1932, Scott was the business manager and secretary treasurer of Howard University, retiring from the college in 1938.
Scott's official history of the American Negro in the World Wa. Scott, Emmett Jay, 1873-1957.
Author: Scott, Emmett J. (Emmett Jay), 1873-1957. Subject: World War, 1914-1918 - Participation, African American. Subject: African American soldiers. Subject: African Americans - Legal status, laws, etc. Subject: African Americans - Civil rights.
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