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The Making of African American Identity: Volume II, 1865-1917
Topic: FreedomTopic: IdentityTopic: InstitutionsTopic: PoliticsTopic: Forward
Topic: Freedom
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Resource Menu: Freedom
Text 1. The Moment of Freedom
Text 2. Booker T. Washington
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Text 3. W.E.B. Du Bois
Text 4. Charles W. Chesnutt
Text 5. Citizens
Text 6. Reconstruction
Text 7. Migration
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2.  Booker T. Washington, Up from Slavery: An Autobiography, 1901, ch. 1-3
- Ch. 1: "A Slave among Slaves"
- Ch. 2: "Boyhood Days"
- Ch. 3: "The Struggle for an Education"
    Booker T. Washington   
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Up from Slavery, full text on one web page, with illustrations, at Documenting the American South

Biography of Washington, from Documenting the American South

The Booker T. Washington Papers, with texts, photographs, and links; from the University of Illinois Press

African American History and Literature, 1865-1917: Online Resources








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