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by Samuel R. Spencer Jr.
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  • Author:
    Samuel R. Spencer Jr.
  • ISBN:
    0316806218
  • ISBN13:
    978-0316806213
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  • Publisher:
    Scott Foresman & Co; 1st edition (June 1955)
  • Pages:
    212 pages
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by Samuel R. Spencer. Series: Library of American Biography. This American educator dedicated his life to raising the Negroes' living standard. Recently added by. wat-tirana, melanie. bush, Djoy83, CentralHouse, Ray Kass, matlockwm, sultrydiva, iusbcrhc.

The part played by Booker T. Washington in the Negro's rise to a place of respect in society is told by Samuel R. Spencer Jr. in his biography of the educator, "Booker T. Washington and the Negro's Place in American Life

The part played by Booker T. Washington and the Negro's Place in American Life. It will be published by Little, Brown on May 26 as a volume in its Library of American Biography series. Mr. Spencer is the author of "Decision for War 1917. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.

Booker T. Washington The Negro in Business. This biography of Washington is a joy to read. Smock's study is a valuable book that will be a mainstay of libraries and classrooms for years to come. Washington. Not only because Smock astutely identifies and assesses the sometimes bewildering complexity of Washington's life and career―the many twists, turns, and ambiguities of a complex, driven black leader―but also because Smock does so with uncommon brevity and clarity. All this, along with an obvious, deep understanding and rare feeling for the tragic times in which Washington's turbulent career unfolded. Part of the Library of American Biography Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780673393524. Release Date:January 1997.

This biography of Booker T. Washington provides detailed information . His mother married a man called Washington Ferguson and the boy officially took the surname of his stepfather and became Booker . . Washington provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. children: Booker T. Washington J. Ernest Davidson Washington, Portia M. Died on: November 14, 1915. place of death: Tuskegee, Alabama, . His mother married a man called Washington Ferguson and the boy officially took the surname of his stepfather and became Booker T. He could not go to school even after being freed because of poverty. He worked in salt furnaces as a salt packer to help his family. Washington was one of the foremost African American leaders .

Booker's mother noticed his interest in learning and got him a book from which he learned the alphabet and how to read and write basic words. Because he was still working, he got up nearly every morning at 4 . to practice and study. Washington, in full Booker Taliaferro Washington, (born April 5, 1856, Franklin county, Virginia, . African Americans: The age of Booker T. Library of Congress, Washington, .

A social biography of the molder of Tuskegee and perhaps the most influential leader American Negroes have known follows the course of his life from slavery in West Virginia to the time when he became an intimate of the famous. Describing the familiar incidents and the working out of Washington's philosophy, the author also points to his faults, especially his control over Negro opinion. But at the last there is the sense of a great man whose position was always the outcome of his own sincere convictions.