A Documentary of Mrs.Booker T.Washington (Black Studies S. v.15)
By: Linda Rochell Lane (author)Hardback
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Analyzes and documents the public life of Margaret Murray Washington (1865-1925). She was a noted educator, progressive era reformer and clubwoman. This collection of primary documents examines Margaret Washington's role as first lady of Tuskegee Institute, family data, and her club work at the national, international and state levels. Documents representing the clubs' structure, struggles and success are include, as is a timeline on her life. The book contains a collection of letters to and from Margaret Murray Washington, which provide a more intimate look at this dynamic leader who helped to transform the rural black south.
Preface viii Acknowledgments ix Introduction 1 Chapter One A Character Sketch of Margaret Murray Washington 19 Chapter Two The Educator and Education Through Letters 95 Chapter Three Club Work Under Maggie's Influence 163 Chapter Four Reform Activities in Alabama 227 Notes 297 Selected Bibliography 311 Index 315
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