Catalog Record: Booker T. Washington, the master mind of a child of slavery; an appealing life story rivaling in its picturesque simplicity and power those recounted about the lives of Washington and Lincoln. A biographical tale destined to live in history and furnish an inspiration for present and future generations; a human interest story depicting the life achievements of a great leader of a rising race | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Booker T. Washington, the master mind of a child of slavery; an appealing life story rivaling in its picturesque simplicity and power those recounted about the lives of Washington and Lincoln. A biographical tale destined to live in history and furnish an inspiration for present and future generations; a human interest story depicting the life achievements of a great leader of a rising race ... By Frederick E. Drinker, editor and author. Splendidly illustrated with photographic pictures.

Main Author: Drinker, Frederick E.
Language(s): English
Published: [Philadelphia, Printed by National publishing co., c1915]
Edition: Memorial ed.
Subjects: Washington, Booker T., > 1856-1915.
Note: Plates printed on both sides.
Physical Description: viii, 17-320 p. plates, ports. 22 cm.
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