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" My Dear Sir — I thank you for sending me a copy of your address delivered at the Atlanta Exposition. I thank you with much enthusiasm for making the address. I have read it with intense interest, and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if... "
New Outlook - Página 318
1901
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The Negro and the Atlantic Exposition

Alice Mabel Bacon - 1896 - 28 páginas
...I have read it with intense interest, and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....encourage all who wish well for your race ; and if your colored fellow-citizens do not from your utterances gather new hope and form new determinations...
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The Story of a Rising Race: The Negro in Revelation, in History, and in ...

James Jefferson Pipkin - 1902 - 491 páginas
...I have read it with intense interest, and I think the exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....all who wish well for your race; and if our colored fellow- citizens do not from your utterances gather new hope and form new determinations to gain every...
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Booker T. Washington's Own Story of His Life and Work

Booker T. Washington, Albon L. Holsey - 1915 - 506 páginas
...have read it with intense interest, .and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....all who wish well for your race; and if our colored fellow citizens do not from your utterances gather new hope and form new determinations to gain every...
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The Life and Times of Booker T. Washington

Benjamin Franklin Riley - 1916 - 301 páginas
...intense interest, and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than to furnish the opportunity for its delivery. Your words...them by their citizenship, it will be strange indeed. lYours very truly, GROVER CLEVELAND. This was written by Mr. Cleveland with his own hand on dainty...
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The Outlook, Volumen67,Tema 1

1901
...I have read it with intense interest, and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....citizenship, it will be strange indeed. Yours very truly, GROVER CLEVELAND. Later I met Mr. Cleveland, for the first time, when, as President, he visited the...
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Booker T. Washington Papers Volume 1: Volumes 1-14

Booker T Washington, Louis R. Harlan, John R Blassingame, Louis R Harlan - 1972 - 509 páginas
...I have read it with intense interest, and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did not do more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....encourage all who wish well for your race; and if our coloured fellow-citizens do not from your utterances gather new hope and form new determinations to...
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The Booker T. Washington Papers, Volumen4

Booker T. Washington, Louis R. Harlan - 1972 - 593 páginas
...have read it with intense interest and I think the Exposition would be fully justified if it did no more than furnish the opportunity for its delivery....all who wish well for your race; and if our colored fellow-cit1zens do not from your utterances gather new hope, and form new determinations to gain every...
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The Presidency and the Politics of Racial Inequality: Nation-keeping from ...

Russell Lowell Riley, Russell Lynn Riley - 1999 - 373 páginas
...blacks'"ignorance [and] slothfulness" — read Washington's speech and sent him a message of high praise. "Your words cannot fail to delight and encourage all who wish well for the race. And if your colored fellow-citizens do not favor your utterances [and] gather new hope and...
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Grover Cleveland: A Study in Character

Alyn Brodsky - 2000 - 496 páginas
...Booker T. Washington's famous Atlanta Exposition speech with "intense interest," Cleveland wrote him: 'Your words cannot fail to delight and encourage all who wish well for the race. And if your colored fellow-citizens do not favor your utterances, gather new hope and form...
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The Journey to the Promised Land: The African American Struggle for ...

Dickson A. Mungazi - 2001 - 213 páginas
...the press has never been equaled."44 President Grover Cleveland wrote a letter to Washington to say, "Your words cannot fail to delight and encourage all...your race and if our colored fellow-citizens do not learn from your utterance to gather new hope and form new determinations to gain every valuable advantage...
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