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Up from slavery = Noye ŭi kulle rŭl pŏtko

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  • "Up from slavery"
  • "布爾克華盛頓傳"
  • "Up from slavery : an autobiography"
  • "Bu er ke hua sheng dun chuan"
  • "Tokoloho Bokhobeng"@en

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  • "This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program."@en
  • "Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best nonfiction books of all time The Black educator documents his struggle for freedom and self-respect and his fight to establish industrial training programs."@en
  • "Born a slave in Virginia in 1856, Booker T. Washington rose in prominence to become Black America's foremost spokesman. This is the dramatic autobiographical account of Washington's struggle to succeed and prosper in a country that refused to acknowledge his existence, and of how one man stood fast against the social and idealogical bias prevalent in his day. Historically acknowledged as one of America's most powerful and persuasive orators, Booker T. Washington consistently challenged the forces of racial prejudice at a time when such behavior from a Black man was unheard of. While he mollified White leaders by publicly agreeing with their racist views of social parity, he also worked tirelessly to convince Blacks to work together as one people in order to improve their lives and the future of their race. It tells the story of Washington's unique American experience -- a struggle that he began as a slave and never gave up. From his fight for education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Washington's Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature."
  • "This is a part of American History, that all students of American History should know."
  • "Up from Slavery is one of the most influential biographies ever written. On one level it is the life story of Booker T. Washington and his rise from slavery to accomplished educator and activist. On another level it the story of how an entire race strove to better itself. Washington makes it clear just how far race relations in America have come, and to some extent, just how much further they have to go. Written with wit and clarity."@en
  • "Born into slavery, Booker T. Washington is freed when he is nine years old. To help support his family, he then works as a salt packer, coal miner, and house servant. All the while, he longs to become educated and to educate others. Poverty, racism, and other obstacles stand in his way. Will he overcome them all, or will the many barriers prove stronger than his unwavering determination?"
  • "The autobiography of the founder of the Tuskegee Institute, his rise from slavery to become a very influential American educator."@en
  • "Incidents in the life of the author."@en
  • ""Up From Slavery"is one of the most widely read African American autobiographies in the English language. It details how prominent African American leader Booker T. Washington rose from slavery to become one of the nation's most prominent orators and educators at the turn of the 20th century."
  • "Delve into the turbulent roots of race relations in the United States with this inspirational account from Booker T. Washington, a one-time slave who became an important advocate for African-American education and founded several well-known institutions of higher learning, including the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Up From Slavery details Washington's life and outlines his sometimes-controversial views on education, social justice, and racial equality."@en
  • "Born a slave in Virginia in 1856, Booker T. Washington rose in prominence to become black America's foremost spokesman. This is the autobiographical account of Washington's struggle to succeed and prosper in a country that refused to acknowledge his existence. From his fight for an education to his founding of the Tuskegee Institute, Up From Slavery is one of the most significant works in American literature."@en
  • "Born a slave in Virginia in 1856, Booker T. Washington rose in prominence to become black America's foremost spokesman. This is the dramatic autobiographical account of Washington's struggle to succeed and prosper in a country that refused to acknowledge his existence. From his fight for an education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature. A MAN WHO OVERCAME THE BONDS OF SLAVERY TO BECOME A SPOKESMAN FOR HIS PEOPLE. Historically acknowledged as one of America's most powerful and persuasive orators, Booker T. Washington consistently challenged the forces of racial prejudice at a time when such behavior from a black man was unheard of. While he mollified white leaders by publicly agreeing with their racist views of social parity, he also worked tirelessly to convince blacks to work together as one people in order to improve their lives and the future of their race. Up From Slavery is the dramatic autobiographical account of how one man stood fast against the social and idealogical bias prevalent in his day. It tells the story of Washington's unique American experience -- a struggle that he began as a slave and never gave up. From his fight for education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Washington's Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature."
  • "One of the best-known books for half a century written by an African American, this autobiography "gave prominence for the first time to the voice of a group which had to pulliitself up from extreme adversity."-Cover."
  • "This volume is the outgrowth of a series of articles, dealing with incidents in my life, which were published consecutively in the Outlook. While they were appearing in that magazine I was constantly surprised at the number of requests which came to me from all parts of the country, asking that the articles be permanently preserved in book form. I am most grateful to the Outlook for permission to gratify these requests...Booker T. Washington."
  • "Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) was an American educator, writer, and black leader. He was born to a white slave father and a black slave mother in Virginia. Washington was freed in 1865 and became a writer and spokesman for the issues and struggles of African-Americans. Washington urged the blacks to improve themselves through education and economic advancement."@en
  • "Booker T. Washington, the son of a slave woman and a white man, recounts his rise from slavery to become the most influential black leader of his time in the U.S., and founder of the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama."@en
  • "Born a slave in Virginia in 1856, Booker T. Washington rose in prominence to become black America's foremost spokesman. This is the dramatic autobiographical account of Washington's struggle to succeed and prosper in a country that refused to acknowledge his existence. From his fight for an education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature."
  • "Autobiography of Booker T. Washington."
  • "The famous autobiography by the African American businessman, activist, and educator."
  • "Born a slave in Virginia in 1856, Booker T. Washington rose in prominence to become black America's foremost spokesman. This is the dramatic autobiographical account of Washington's struggle to succeed and prosper in a country that refused to acknowledge his existence. From his fight for an education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature. Historically acknowledged as one of America's most powerful and persuasive orators, Booker T. Washington consistently challenged the forces of racial prejudice at a time when such behavior from a black man was unheard of. While he mollified white leaders by publicly agreeing with their racist views of social parity, he also worked tirelessly to convince blacks to work together as one people in order to improve their lives and the future of their race. Up From Slavery is the dramatic autobiographical account of how one man stood fast against the social and idealogical bias prevalent in his day. It tells the story of Washington's unique American experience -- a struggle that he began as a slave and never gave up. From his fight for education to his founding of the world-renowned Tuskegee Institute, Washington's Up From Slavery is one of the most significant and defining works in American literature."
  • "Up from Slavery is the 1901 autobiography of Booker T. Washington detailing his slow and steady rise from a slave child during the Civil War, to the difficulties and obstacles he overcame to get an education at the new Hampton University, to his work establishing vocational schools--most notably the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama--to help black people and other disadvantaged minorities learn useful, marketable skills and work to pull themselves, as a race, up by the bootstraps.-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia."@en
  • "The Black educator documents his struggle for freedom and self-respect and his fight to establish industrial training programs."@en
  • "Autobiography by Booker T. Washington who was born a slave and went on to become the head of Tuskeegee Institute, a school in Alabama."@en
  • "Named one of the best non-fiction books of the twentieth century by Modern Library, Up from Slavery is the poignant telling, in plain language, of Booker T. Washington's rise from slavery to become a preeminent advocate for civil rights of his time. Although Up from Slavery was initially criticized by African-American leaders for Washington's perceived soft-pedalling of his message of racial equality and progress, the autobiography was a best-seller that furthered the idea that education was the key to the advancement of their cause in the United States. HarperTorch brings great works of non-fiction and the dramatic arts to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperTorch collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "The New York Public Library Collector's Edition of Booker T. Washington's incendiary classic is accompanied by a selection of authentic slave narratives and is published to coincide with Black History Month. In addition, the volume is enhanced by a rich mix of archival material from the Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture."
  • "More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA."@en
  • "The New York Public Library Collector's Edition of Booker T. Washington's incendiary classic is accompanied by a selection of authentic slave narratives and is published to coincide with Black History Month. In addition, the volume is enhanced by a rich mix of archival material from the Library's Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture."@en
  • "Booker Taliaferro Washington, born a slave, a Negro, a humble man, once made the American Dream come true."@en
  • "For other editions, see Author Catalog."
  • "Born in a Virginia slave hut, Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) rose to become the most influential spokesman for African-Americans of his day. In this eloquently written book, he describes events in a remarkable life that began in bondage and culminated in worldwide recognition for his many accomplishments."
  • "This autobiography of the noted educator and agricultural chemist is a period piece in its apologetic portrait of the Negro."@en
  • "The son of a slave, Booker Taliaferro Washington worked his way out the salt furnaces and coal mines to developed the esteemed Tuskegee Institute. This autobiographical work demonstrates his forceful and potent voice in the fight for African-American equality in turn-of-the-century America."
  • "The 1901 autobiography of the man who, though born in slavery, educated himself and went on to found Tuskegee Institute."
  • "Autobiography of the founder of Tuskegee Institute and spokesperson for African American rights."@en
  • "The autobiography of the man who, though born in slavery, educated himself and went on to found Tuskegee Institute."

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  • "Op fra Slavestand"
  • "Up from slavery: an autobiography"@en
  • "Bu er ke. hua sheng dun chuan = Up from slavery"
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  • "Up from slavery"@en
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  • "Bu er ke. hua sheng dun chuan"
  • "Up from slavery ; an autobiography"
  • "布爾克.華盛頓傳 = Up from slavery"
  • "Up from slavery : Booker T. Washington"@en
  • "Up from slavery, an autobiography"@en
  • "Up from slavery, an autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery : an autobiography by Booker T. Washington"@en
  • "Up from Slavery : an autobiography"
  • "Kōila-y řapařew"
  • "布爾克.華盛頓傳"
  • "Up from slavery An autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery, an autobiography by Booker T. Washington"
  • "Up from slavery : an autobiography. With illustr. of the author and his environment, together with an introd. by Langston Hughes"
  • "Bu er ke"." hua sheng dun chuan"
  • "Up from Slavery, etc. [With a portrait.]"@en
  • "Up from Slavery, etc. [With a portrait.]"
  • "Up from slavery: An autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery"
  • "Up from Slavery"@en
  • "Up from slavery, an autobiography; with illustrations on the author and his environment"@en
  • "Memorias de un esclavo negro"
  • "Memorias de un esclavo negro"@es
  • "Up from slavery = Tokoloho Bokhobeng"@en
  • "Up from slavery an autobiography"@en
  • "Up from slavery an autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery : [an autobiography]"@en
  • "Up from slavery : on autobiography"
  • "Up From slavery"
  • "Up from slavery : authoritative text contexts and composition history criticism"
  • "Up from slavery; : an autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery : an autobiography"@en
  • "Up from slavery : an autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery An Autobiography"@en
  • "Up from Slavery: an autobiography"@en
  • "Op fra Slavestand. Overs. af Kathrine Faye-Hansen"
  • "Op fra Slavestand. Overs. af P. Frederiksen"@da
  • "Up from slavery; an autobiography"@en
  • "Up from slavery; an autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery an Autobiography"@en
  • "Up from Slavery. An autobiography"@en
  • "Up from the slavery : an autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery : an Autobiography by Booker T. Washington"
  • "Up from Slavery: An Autobiography"
  • "Up From Slavery : an autobiography"@en
  • "Op fra slavesland"
  • "Up from slavery = Tokoloho bokhobeng"@en
  • "Up from Slavery : An Autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery. An autobiography. [With a portrait.]"@en
  • "Up from slavery. An autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery : An autobiography"
  • "Up from slavery - an autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery : an Autobiography"
  • "Up from Slavery : an Autobiography"@en
  • "G̲h̲ulāmīʼa mān mathe cāṛho"
  • "Up From Slavery"
  • "Up From Slavery"@en
  • "Up from Slavery, an autobiography"

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