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Negro builders and heroes

Author: Benjamin Brawley
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1965.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Brawley
OCLC Number: 37315998
Notes: This edition was manufactured in the United States of America by Van Rees Press in New York, 1965.
1965 edition was renewed by Thaddeus Gaillard- Seventh Printing.
Description: xi pages, 1 leaf, 315 pages : frontispiece, portraits ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Mother Africa --
2. Slave ship --
3. Crispus attack --
4. Phillis Weathley --
5. Benjamin Bannecker (Astronomer) --
6. Richard Allen and Absalom Jones --
7. Paul Cuffe (Seaman and philanthropist) --
8. Negro insurrections --
9. John Chavis (Early schoolmaster) --
10. The sailing of the Amistad --
11. Frederick Douglass as an orator --
12. Harriet Tubman and her "Underground railroad" --
13. Sojourner Truth --
14. John Jasper --
15. Practical training (Martin R. Delany) --
16. Daniel A. Payne --
17. The fifty-fourth Massachusetts --
18. Fort Wagner --
19. The Negro in congress --
20. Blanche K. Bruce (United States senator) --
21. Robert B. Elliott and his civil rights speech --
22. John Mercer Langston and the Negro exedus --
23. Booker T. Washington and industrial education --
24. Paul Laurence Dunbar --
25. Charles Young and the tenth cavalry. (Con.) 26. Matthew A. Henson (Explorer) --
27. John Merrick (Pioneer in business) --
28. W.E. Burghardt DuBois --
29. Heroes of the world war --
30. Leaders in religious work --
31. Leaders in education --
32. The Negro in the professions --
33. The Negro in literature --
34. Music and art --
35. Science and invention --
36. The Negro in sport --
37. The Negro woman in American life --
38. Maggie L. Walker --
39. Women who have led in education --
40. American ideals and the Negro.
Responsibility: by Benjamin Brawley.

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