To fully understand the extend of Booker T. Washington's legacy one must not only understand his personal background, but also the culture and world events that happened during his lifetime.
From his beginnings as a Virginia slave through his death in Alabama, where he had founded the Tuskegee Institute, Washington's surroundings had a profound effect on how he developed throughout his life and on the legacy he left behind.
Offering invaluable context, this volume provides valuable information about who and what may have influenced Washington's thinking. Complement your existing knowledge of this important figure with this book.
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