Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Contents

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pp. vii-xviii

List of Illustrations

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pp. xix-xx

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Introduction

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pp. xxi-xxiv

THE THIRD VOLUME OF The Booker T. W.ashington Papers traces Washington's career from the end of May 1889 until September 18, 1895, when Washington delivered what is often called the Atlanta Compromise address at the Cotton States and International Exposition...

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Errata

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pp. xxv-xxvi

VOLUME 1, Introduction, pp. xv-xl, are improperly indexed. Page references found in the index are consistently short by two pages. For example, an index entry showing p. xiv will be found on p. xvi. This error applies only to the Introduction; the text of the volume is not...

Chronology

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pp. xxvii-xxviii

Symbols and Abbreviations

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pp. xxix-xxx

Documents

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1889

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pp. 3-22

Dear Sir; You asked sometime ago for a recommendation from President Cravath and also from Mr. Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins wrote you¹ and I had our President write the recommendation, but about that time, I heard of Mrs. Washington's illness and so have retained the recommendation...

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1890

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pp. 23-118

Dear Madam; The box of magazines you so kindly sent us has been received. These are of much service to us. Our Library has not very much Classical Literature and the reading matter contained in these magazines are of double interest to us. The young men of the Rhetorical...

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1891

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pp. 118-202

Miss Murray: As soon as possible I wish you in connection with Mr. Whittaker to draw up a complete set of rules for the guidance of teachers in all their relations to the school. Wherever you think it necessary for definite rules to be tabulated to guide teachers in their...

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1892

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pp. 202-279

Dear Prof Washington I know you think strange of my not writing and I might as well tell you now I am again having trouble with my head & while I say nothing about it to any one its quite a serious thought to me privat[e]ly and outside of medicine I can do but little...

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1893

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pp. 279-382

Gentlemen of the Congregational Club: It is now but little more than 15 years ago since I left the hills of West Virginia with the purpose of reaching in some unknown way the Hampton Institute — an institution founded and still fostered by the American Missionary Association...

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1894

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pp. 382-495

Mr. J. H. Washington: Please let me know as soon as possible where we can get some tisonite seed.¹
I wish you would see that the tin or sheet iron under the stoves where coal is used is put far enough out in front of the stoves so that in case the coals should fall out of the...

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1895

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pp. 496-587

This is the fifth or sixth time we have celebrated the greatest of all great days to the Negro, and I can say without fear of contradiction that every year doubles its interest. The address was delivered by that scholarly and deep thinking gentleman, Prof. B. T. Washington of...

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Addendum

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pp. 588-589

Mr. Esmond: I learn through Miss Mary Mackie that I am indebted to you for your kindness in securing law-books for me.
My greatest difficulty since I began the study of law² has been the want of books.
The books that you secured for me will be very valuable...

Bibliography

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pp. 590-592

Index

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pp. 593-621

Illustrations

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