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The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 The History of the Education of the Colored People of the United State from the Beginning of Slavery to the Civil War CARTER GODWIN WOODSON, Ph. D. (HARVARD) 460 pp$a.oo; by mall $. $T his book is neither a controversial treatise on Negro education nora study of recent problems. Dr. Woodson has given us something...
The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 The History of the Education of the Colored People of the United State from the Beginning of Slavery to the Civil War CARTER GODWIN WOODSON, Ph. D. (HARVARD) 460 pp$a.oo; by mall $. $T his book is neither a controversial treatise on Negro education nora study of recent problems. Dr. Woodson has given us something new. He has by scientific treatment amassed numerous facts to show the persistent strivings of ante-bellum Negroes anxious to be enlightened. What they accomplished is all but marvelouB. The author aims to put the student of history in touch with the great movements which effected the uplift of the Negroes, and to determine the causes which finally reduced many of them to heathenism. The titles of the chapters are; I ntroduction, Religion with Letters, Education as a Right of Man, Actual Education, Better Beginnings, Educatingthe Urban Negro, The Reaction, Religion without Letters, Learning in Spite of Opposition, Educating Negroes Transplanted to Free Soil, Higher Education, Vocational Training, Education at Public Expense. In the appendix are found a number of valuable documents. The volume contains also a critical bibliography and a helpful index. OPINIONS 1like It very mud). You seem to (wye loosened up on your style a bit ud you have done an excellent piece of research. .. .1 hope that your book will have a good sale. Edward Chaining, Mc Lian Professor of A ntitnl and Modirn Hillary, Bartard Unittrsity. It Menu clear to me that you have made a substantial contribution to the subject and I know I ihall profit by I t. Fridtrick J. Turner. Proftuar of Binary. Harvard tfnt rtily. I thought at first it would be out of my line, but on turning its pages, I discovered that It mar well hold the attention of everybody with an intelligent I ntcreat in the colored people. You write easily and flexibly and have certa(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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