Character Building
Being Addresses Delivered on Sunday Evenings to the Students
of Tuskegee Institute
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Character Building Being Addresses Delivered on Sunday Evenings to the Students of Tuskegee Institute

By Booker T. Washington
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Book Description
Table of Contents
  • CHARACTER BUILDING
  • PUBLISHERS' EXPLANATION
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
  • CHARACTER BUILDING
  • TWO SIDES OF LIFE
  • HELPING OTHERS
  • SOME OF THE ROCKS AHEAD
  • ON INFLUENCING BY EXAMPLE
  • THE VIRTUE OF SIMPLICITY
  • HAVE YOU DONE YOUR BEST?
  • DON'T BE DISCOURAGED
  • ON GETTING A HOME
  • CALLING THINGS BY THEIR RIGHT NAMES
  • EUROPEAN IMPRESSIONS
  • THE VALUE OF SYSTEM IN HOME LIFE
  • WHAT WILL PAY
  • EDUCATION THAT EDUCATES[1]
    • FOOTNOTE:
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING RELIABLE.
  • THE HIGHEST EDUCATION
  • UNIMPROVED OPPORTUNITIES
  • KEEPING YOUR WORD
  • SOME LESSONS OF THE HOUR
  • THE GOSPEL OF SERVICE
  • YOUR PART IN THE NEGRO CONFERENCE
  • WHAT IS TO BE OUR FUTURE?
  • SOME GREAT LITTLE THINGS
  • TO WOULD-BE TEACHERS
  • THE CULTIVATION OF STABLE HABITS
  • WHAT YOU OUGHT TO DO
  • INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • GETTING ON IN THE WORLD
  • EACH ONE HIS PART
  • WHAT WOULD FATHER AND MOTHER SAY?
  • OBJECT LESSONS
  • SUBSTANCE vs. SHADOW
  • CHARACTER AS SHOWN IN DRESS
  • SING THE OLD SONGS
  • GETTING DOWN TO MOTHER EARTH
  • A PENNY SAVED
  • GROWTH
  • LAST WORDS
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