Booker T. Washington: Innovative Educator

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By the time he was 9 years old, Booker T. Washington had already witnessed the horrors of slavery, civil war, and racism. At the age of 16, Washington's lifelong passion for learning was ignited and when he turned 25, he established the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, in Alabama. The school was open to AfricanAmerican students who wanted to learn vocational skills as a part of their education. Washington also became a leading spokesman for the AfricanAmerican community.

Booker T. Washington: Innovative Educator 2006, Compass Point Books

ISBN-13: 9780756519858

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Booker T. Washington: Innovative Educator 2006, Compass Point Books, Minneapolis, MN

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