The Story of My Life and Work
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The Story of My Life and Work

By Booker T. Washington
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  • THE STORY OF MY LIFE AND WORK
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
  • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • CHAPTER I. BIRTH AND EARLY CHILDHOOD.
  • CHAPTER II. BOYHOOD IN WEST VIRGINIA.
  • CHAPTER III. LIFE AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE.
  • CHAPTER IV. HOW THE FIRST SIX YEARS AFTER GRADUATION FROM HAMPTON WERE SPENT.
  • CHAPTER V. THE BEGINNING OF THE WORK AT TUSKEGEE.
  • CHAPTER VI. THE FIRST YEAR AT TUSKEGEE.
  • CHAPTER VII. THE STRUGGLES AND SUCCESS OF THE WORKERS AT TUSKEGEE FROM 1882 TO 1884.
  • CHAPTER VIII. THE HISTORY OF TUSKEGEE FROM 1884 TO 1894.
  • CHAPTER IX. INVITED TO DELIVER A LECTURE AT FISK UNIVERSITY.
  • CHAPTER X. THE SPEECH AT THE OPENING OF THE COTTON STATES’ EXPOSITION, AND INCIDENTS CONNECTED THEREWITH.
  • CHAPTER XI. AN APPEAL FOR JUSTICE.
  • CHAPTER XII. HONORED BY HARVARD UNIVERSITY.
  • CHAPTER XIII. URGED FOR A CABINET POSITION.
  • CHAPTER XIV. THE SHAW MONUMENT SPEECH, THE VISIT OF SECRETARY JAMES WILSON, AND THE LETTER TO THE LOUISIANA CONVENTION.
  • CHAPTER XV. CUBAN EDUCATION AND THE CHICAGO PEACE JUBILEE ADDRESS.
  • CHAPTER XVI. THE VISIT OF PRESIDENT WM. McKINLEY TO TUSKEGEE.
  • CHAPTER XVII. THE TUSKEGEE NEGRO CONFERENCE.
  • CHAPTER XVIII. A VACATION IN EUROPE.
  • CHAPTER XIX. THE WEST VIRGINIA AND OTHER RECEPTIONS AFTER EUROPEAN TRIP.
  • CHAPTER XX. THE MOVEMENT FOR A PERMANENT ENDOWMENT
  • CHAPTER XXI. A DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK OF THE TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.
  • CHAPTER XXII. LOOKING BACKWARD.
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