Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication

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Editor's Foreword

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pp. vii-viii

THIS voLUME IS, in essence, the work of Raymond W. Smock. He selected, proofread, and annotated the documents from September 1899 through March 1901 under the editor's direction as his doctoral dissertation at the University of Maryland. Thus, he bears...

Contents

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pp. ix-xx

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Introduction

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pp. xxi-xxiv

DURING THE PERIOD OF this volume Booker T. Washington continued to rise in prestige and power as the black spokesman without equal in America. Washington's paradox, although he seldom admitted it publicly or privately, was that his fortunes continued...

Chronology

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pp. xxv-xxvi

Symbols and Abbreviations

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pp. xxvii-xxviii

Documents

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1899

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pp. 3-392

My Dear Mr Washington: Your letter of the 29th ult was received today, with check for $30. I thank you so much. It came in the nick of time. But I grieve to worry you when you have so many worries of your own.
Scott left today.
He will tell you of what transpired...

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1900

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pp. 393-710

I wish to congratulate you among other things upon the excellent and far reaching work that has been done in Birmingham and vicinity through the wide and helpful influence of the Alabama Penny Savings Bank. Few organizations of any description in this...

Bibliography

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pp. 711-716

Index

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pp. 717-752