Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Contents

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pp. vii-xx

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Introduction

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pp. xxi-xxiv

THE FOURTH VOLUME OF The Booker T. Washington Papers begins with the aftermath of the Atlanta Exposition address on September 18, 1895, which thrust Washington into public prominence as the black spokesman whom whites were willing to listen to. It ends...

Errata

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pp. xxv-xxvi

Chronology

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pp. xxvii-xxviii

Symbols and Abbreviations

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pp. xxix-xxx

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1895

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pp. 3-98

While President Cleveland was waiting at Gray Gables to-day to the electric spark that started the machinery of the Atlanta Exposition a negro Moses stood before a great audience of white people and delivered an oration that marks a new epoch in the history of...

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1896

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pp. 98-252

My Dear Mr Washington : Professor Hart¹ of Harvard on writing me recently asked me to communicate with you — I do not know that he had anything definite in mind, but I nevertheless follow his suggestion. This is my second year at Wilberforce, and although the field...

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1897

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pp. 252-358

Dear Sir Your letter reed. In reply to same I saw Senator Abercrombie.² We discussed the appropriation feature of Tuskegee bill. His honor, he assured me would publicly support the bill as a whole, that his Committee would both endorse and support the same, that...

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1898

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pp. 359-554

My Dear Mr. Washington, I have your letter or rather telegram of this date and shall try to be in your town on Saturday morning. If I should have to go on to Washington without seeing you you must bear in mind that I will be at your command when there as same as if I had seen...

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Addendum

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pp. 555-556

My dear Sir: I have received your letter and in reply would say that I am sure we do not feel like excusing you on the ground you mention.¹ Of course if your legal business calls you in New York on the week of our Commencement we shall have to submit. You must not...

Bibliography

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pp. 557-560