Up From Slavery

References

  1. ^ Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriett Beecher Stowe was also a serialized text, before it was published. The first chapter came out on November 3, 1900, and the last on February 23, 1901, through The Outlook. Washington, Booker T. "Up from Slavery." The Outlook (1893–1924) 66, no. 10 (November 3, 1900): 554-554. Washington, Booker T. "Up from Slavery: An Autobiography." The Outlook (1893–1924) 67, no. 8 (February 23, 1901): 448-448.
  2. ^ Brundage, W. Fitzhugh. "Reconsidering Booker T. Washington and Up from Slavery." Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up From Slavery 100 Years Later. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003, 1.
  3. ^ Washington, Booker T., "Up From Slavery." In Three Negro Classics (New York: Avon Books, 1965), 73-74.
  4. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 87.
  5. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 109.
  6. ^ History of Dentistry and Dental Care
  7. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 140.
  8. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 153.
  9. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 156.
  10. ^ Washington, "Up From Slavery" (Avon Books, 1965), 195.
  11. ^ Norrell, Robert J. "Understanding the Wizard: Another Look at the Age of Booker T. Washington." W. Fitzhugh Brundage (ed.), Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up From Slavery 100 Years Later (University Press of Florida: Gainesville, FL, 2003), 59-61, 63, 73.
  12. ^ "Comparative number of lynching for 1906-1907". The Schomburg Center: In Motion, the African-American Migration Experience. Accessed April 14, 2012. Ewing, Reverend Quincy. "How Can Lynching be Checked in the South?" The Outlook, October 12, 1901, p. 359. Fredrickson, George M. "For African Americans, Justice was often at the End of a Rope: Without Sanctuary; Lynching Photography in America", The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education no. 28 (July 31, 2000): 123-123.
  13. ^ "New Books." The Washington Post, April 1, 1901, 9.
  14. ^ Harlan, Louis R., as quoted in Martin, Waldo, "In Search of Booker T. Washington: Up From Slavery, History and Legend." W. Fitzhugh Brundage (ed.), Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up From Slavery 100 Years Later (University Press of Florida: Gainesville, FL, 2003), 44. Martin (2003), 39-40, 44.
  15. ^ Norrell (2003), 74.
  16. ^ Harlan, Louis R. Booker T. Washington: The Making of a Black Leader 1856-1901 (Oxford University Press: New York, 1972), 225.
  17. ^ Dubois, W. E. B. The Souls of Black Folk. Digitized by American Studies at the University of Virginia. Accessed April 14, 2012.
  18. ^ "Niagara's Declaration of Principles, 1905". The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition. Accessed April 14, 2012.
  19. ^ "Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington's Autobiography as an Offset to Mr. Thomas' Arraignment of His Race." New York Times, March 9, 1901. BR1.
  20. ^ Norrell (2003), 71.

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