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Having been educated, Washington started establishing vocational schools, among which The Tuskegee Institute in Alabama is the most notable. He worked day and night to help the black people and the other underprivileged people to learn useful and marketable skills to raise themselves in the society. In the present book, the author also describes the generosity of both teac Having been educated, Washington started establishing vocational schools, among which The Tuskegee Institute in Alabama is the most notable. He worked day and night to help the black people and the other underprivileged people to learn useful and marketable skills to raise themselves in the society. In the present book, the author also describes the generosity of both teachers and philanthropists who had helped him in educating the blacks and Native Americans. Ready Reference Treatise: Up From Slavery Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis


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Having been educated, Washington started establishing vocational schools, among which The Tuskegee Institute in Alabama is the most notable. He worked day and night to help the black people and the other underprivileged people to learn useful and marketable skills to raise themselves in the society. In the present book, the author also describes the generosity of both teac Having been educated, Washington started establishing vocational schools, among which The Tuskegee Institute in Alabama is the most notable. He worked day and night to help the black people and the other underprivileged people to learn useful and marketable skills to raise themselves in the society. In the present book, the author also describes the generosity of both teachers and philanthropists who had helped him in educating the blacks and Native Americans. Ready Reference Treatise: Up From Slavery Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical Analysis

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