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-xxvi

WITH THIS VOLUME the editors complete a labor of fifteen years to trace Booker T. Washington's passage through life. Washington's end sharply contrasted with his humble beginning on the dirt floor of a backwoods Virginia slave cabin. When he died in 1915, he received...

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Erratum

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pp. xxvii-xxviii

VOLUME 9, p. 627, note I, line 14, the word "history" should read "natural history."

Symbols and Abbreviations

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pp. xxix-xxx

Documents

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1914

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pp. 3-208

Dear Mr. Anderson: I congratulate you upon the fine approval registered at Washington by the Revenue Agent, Mr. Worthington after his examination of your office.
I am very much pleased indeed to make note of his fine expressions. With best wishes, I am Yours very...

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1915

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pp. 209-494

To the Editor of The World: Through your newspaper I desire to appeal to the American Congress and to the people of the United States in favor of fair play and justice in connection with the Immigration Bill now pending before the United States Senate, which by...

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Addenda

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pp. 495-526

In the present condition of affairs in the South it is easier to find errors than remedies; yet I am tempted to say that any one who can so far lift himself above party, race, and geographical divisions as to make a calm, philosophical study of the past and the present condition...

Bibliography

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pp. 527-530

Index

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pp. 531-566