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  1. An Address by Booker T. Washington (1898)
    Prin., Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee, Alabama
  2. Address of Booker T. Washington (1896)
  3. The Awakening of the Negro
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1896, pp. 322-327
  4. Black and White in the South: Schools for Negroes
    The Outlook, March 14, 1914, pp. 590-593
  5. Boley, A Negro Town in the West
    The Outlook, January 4, 1908, pp. 28-31
  6. The Booker T. Washington Papers (1972)
    2 Reviews
  7. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. I (1972)
    The Autobiographical Writings
    3 Reviews
  8. Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. II: 1860-1889 (1972)
    3 Reviews
  9. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. III: 1889-95 (1974)
    1 Review
  10. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. IV: 1895-98 (1975)
    1 Review
  11. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. V: 1899-1900 (1976)
    1 Review
  12. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. VI: 1901-2 (1977)
    1 Review
  13. The Booker T. Washington Papers, Vol. VII: 1903-4 (1977)
    1 Review
  14. The Case of the Negro
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1899, pp. 577-586
  15. Blacks, Employment and Immigration
    Cast Down Your Bucket Where You Are
    The Social Contract, Summer 1995, pp. 242-244
  16. Character Building (1902)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  17. Chickens, Pigs, and People
    The Outlook, June 1, 1901, pp. 291-299
  18. Cruelty in the Congo Country
    The Outlook, October 8, 1904, pp. 375-377
  19. Education of the Negro (1900)
  20. Education Will Solve the Race Problem
    The North American Review, August 1900, pp. 221-232
  21. Educational Engineers
    The Outlook, June 4, 1910, pp. 266-267
  22. Fifty Years of Negro Progress
    The Forum, March 1916, pp. 269-279
  23. Frederick Douglass (1907)
    1 Review
  24. The Free Negro in Slavery Days
    The Outlook, September 18, 1909, pp. 107-113
  25. The Fruits of Industrial Training
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1903, pp. 453-461
  26. The Future of the American Negro (1899)
    2 Reviews
  27. Contributed Articles
    The Golden Rule in Atlanta
    The Outlook, December 15, 1906, pp. 913-916
  28. Heroes in Black Skins
    The Century Magazine, September 1903, pp. 724-729
  29. Law and Order and the Negro
    The Outlook, November 6, 1909, pp. 547-554
  30. Life and Labor on the Continent
    The Outlook, May 13, 1911, pp. 75-79
  31. Lynchings and International Peace
    The Outlook, March 9, 1912, p. 554
  32. The Man Farthest Down (1912)
    A Record of Observation and Study in Europe
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  33. The Man Farthest Down
    I. The Man at the Bottom in London
    The Outlook, May 6, 1911, pp. 21-25
  34. The Man Farthest Down: Child Labor and the Sulphur Mines
    The Outlook, June 17, 1911, pp. 342-348
  35. The Man Farthest Down: The Women Who Work in Europe
    The Outlook, July 1, 1911, pp. 493-499
  36. The Montgomery Race Conference
    The Century Magazine, August 1900, pp. 630-631
  37. My Larger Education (1911)
    Chapters from My Experience
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  38. General Articles
    My View of Segregation Laws
    The New Republic, December 4, 1915, p. 113
  39. Naples and the Land of the Emigrant
    The Outlook, June 10, 1911, pp. 295-299
  40. The Negro and Labor Unions
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1913, pp. 756-767
  41. The Negro as a Farmer
    The North American Review, February 1912, pp. 175-181
  42. Negro Disfranchisement and the Negro in Business
    The Outlook, October 9, 1909, pp. 310-316
  43. Contributed Articles
    Negro Enterprise
    I. A Negro Potato King
    The Outlook, May 14, 1904, pp. 115-117
  44. Negro Homes
    The Century Magazine, May 1908, pp. 71-79
  45. The Negro in Business (1907)
  46. The Negro in the South (1907)
    His Economic Progress in Relation to His Moral and Religious Development
  47. Negro Life in the South
    The Outlook, December 10, 1910, pp. 831-832
  48. The Negro Problem (1903)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  49. The Negro's Life in Slavery
    The Outlook, September 11, 1909, pp. 71-77
  50. The Negro's Place in American Life
    The Outlook, November 13, 1909, pp. 579-584
  51. A New Negro for a New Century (1900)
  52. A Notable Instance of the Negro in Politics
    The Outlook, May 12, 1906, pp. 78-79
  53. [+]
    "The Present South" (Review)
    Problems of the Present South, by Edgar Gardner Murphy
    1. Problems of the Present South by Edgar Gardner Murphy
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1904, pp. 547-549
  54. The Progress of the Negro in One County
    The Outlook, December 9, 1905, p. 874
  55. Prohibition and the Negro
    The Outlook, March 14, 1908, pp. 587-588
  56. Putting the Most Into Life (1906)
  57. Races and Politics
    The Outlook, June 3, 1911, pp. 260-264
  58. The Religious Life of the Negro
    The North American Review, July 1905, pp. 20-23
  59. A Remarkable Triple Alliance
    HOw a Jew Is Helping the Negro Through the Y.M.C.A.
    The Outlook, October 28, 1914, pp. 485-492
  60. The Rights and Duties of the Negro (1903)
  61. Signs of Progress among the Negroes
    The Century Magazine, January 1900, pp. 472-477
  62. The Story of My Life and Work (1900)
  63. The Story of Slavery (1913)
  64. The Story of the Negro (1909)
    The Rise of the Race from Slavery
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  65. The Story of the Negro
    The African at Home
    The Outlook, September 4, 1909, pp. 19-25
  66. Transcript: Words Worth Repeating
    The Best Strategy for Advancing the Black Race.
    The American Enterprise, November 1998, pp. 70-72
  67. Tributes to Mark Twain
    The North American Review, June 1910, p. 828
  68. Tuskegee and Its People (1905)
    Their Ideals and Achievements
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  69. Tuskegee: A Retrospect and a Prospect
    The North American Review, April 1906, pp. 513-523
  70. Two Generations Under Freedom
    The Outlook, February 7, 1903, pp. 293-304
  71. Up from Slavery (1901)
    An Autobiography
    7 Reviews, 5 Readable
  72. Up from Slavery (An Autobiography)
    The Outlook, November 3, 1900, pp. 555-565
  73. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter V. ---The Reconstruction Period
    The Outlook, December 1, 1900, pp. 823-827
  74. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter VI.---Black Race and Red Race
    The Outlook, December 8, 1900, pp. 883-886
  75. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter VII. --- Early Days at Tuskegee
    The Outlook, December 15, 1900, pp. 929-931
  76. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter VIII. Teaching School in a Stable and a Hen-house
    The Outlook, December 22, 1900, pp. 978-981
  77. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter IX. Anxious Days and Sleepless Nights
    The Outlook, December 29, 1900, pp. 1041-1044
  78. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    The Outlook, November 10, 1900, pp. 649-653
  79. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter III. The Struggle for an Education
    The Outlook, November 17, 1900, pp. 691-696
  80. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter IV---Helping Others
    The Outlook, November 24, 1900, pp. 746-750
  81. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XIV. The Atlanta Exposition Address
    The Outlook, February 2, 1901, pp. 315-320
  82. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XV. The Secret of Success in Public Speaking
    The Outlook, February 9, 1901, pp. 350-357
  83. Contributed Articles
    Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XVI. Europe
    The Outlook, February 16, 1901, pp. 393-399
  84. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XVII. Last Words
    The Outlook, February 23, 1901, pp. 448-454
  85. Contributed Articles
    Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter X. A Harder Task than Making Bricks Without Straw
    The Outlook, January 5, 1901, pp. 19-29
  86. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XI. Making Their Beds Before They Could Lie on Them
    The Outlook, January 12, 1901, pp. 118-121
  87. Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XII. Raising Money
    The Outlook, January 19, 1901, pp. 158-163
  88. Contributed Articles
    Up from Slavery: An Autobiography
    Chapter XIII. Two Thousand Miles for a Five Minutes' Speech
    The Outlook, January 26, 1901, pp. 205-210
  89. Working with the Hands (1904)
    A Recount of the Author's Experience in the Industrial Training at Tuskegee
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
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