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|1. Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) American Writer. |
(18561915) American writer. Booker T. Washington is known for books, which include The Future of the American Negro (1899), his autobiography Up from Slavery (1901), Life of
|2. Encyclopedia Virginia: Washington, Booker T. (1856–1915) |
Encyclopedia Virginia provides searchable articles on the history of Virginia. Articles can be searched by time and place on maps and in timelines.
|3. Booker T. Washington - Free Online Library |
Creator of the Tuskegee University, read about the life of Booker T. Washington and his work Up From Slavery .
|4. Booker T. Washington - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Washington, Booker T. Alternative names Washington, Booker Taliaferro Short description educator Date of birth April 5, 1856 Place of birth Hale's Ford, Franklin County, Virginia, United
|5. Washington, Booker T. 1901. Up From Slavery |
Online publication from Bartleby.com.
|6. Washington Booker T Junior High School In Tampa, FL | 1407 Estelle St, Tampa, FL |
Washington Booker T Junior High School in Tampa, FL Map, Phone Number, Reviews, Photos and Video Profile for Tampa Washington Booker T Junior High School. Washington Booker T
|7. Booker T. Washington |
Hyper-linked biography of Washington with comments on his life by contemporaries.
|8. Washington, Booker T.: Biography From Answers.com |
Born 5 April 1856 Birthplace Franklin County, Virginia Died 14 November 1915 Best Known As First head of the Tuskegee Institute Born a slave and deprived of any early
|9. Booker T. Washington, Advocate For Education And First Principal Of The Tuskegee |
Gale Booker Taliaferro Washington; Booker T. Washington National Monument The Great Educator; PBS Frontline The Two Nations of Black America Booker T. W.E.B.
|10. PAL: Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) |
Washington bibliography at Perspectives in American Literature.
|11. The History Cooperative || Booker T. Washington Papers |
NOTICE After ten years of free public access, this presentation of the Booker T. Washington Papers will be offered only by subscription in the near future.
|12. Washington Booker T Cntr - Hamilton, OH |
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|13. National Park Service - Requested Page Not Found (404) (U.S. National Park Servi |
Biographical sketch from National Park Service.
|14. Washington, Booker T - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About |
Washington, Booker T(aliaferro) (1856–1915) US educationist, pioneer in higher education for black people in the South. He was the founder and first principal of Tuskegee
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|15. Booker T. Washington - Books, Biography, Quotes - Read Print |
Read works by Booker T. Washington for free at Read Print.
|16. The Minutes And Proceedings Of The First Annual Meeting Of The American Moral Re |
Interview with Washington in the Atlanta Constitution, 1900.
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|17. Oxford AASC: Washington, Booker T. At A Glance |
1856 Booker T. Washington is born a slave in Franklin County, Virginia. 1896 Harvard grants an honorary MA to Booker T. Washington. 1898 President William McKinley visits
|18. Booker T. Washington Middle School - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Booker T. Washington Middle School refers to several schools named after the AfricanAmerican education pioneer Booker T. Washington Booker T. Washington Middle School (Baltimore)
|19. African American Odyssey: The Booker T. Washington Era (Part 1) |
Detailed Library of Congress exhibit on Washington s life, work, and influence on American culture.
|20. Washington, Booker T Definition Of Washington, Booker T In The Free Online Encyc |
Washington, Booker T(aliaferro) (born April 5, 1856, Franklin county, Va., U.S.—died Nov. 14, 1915, Tuskegee, Ala.) U.S. educator and reformer.
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