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Booker T. Washington


Booker T. Washington

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Item Number:
SM D6611
Price:
$39.95
Format:
VHS
Length:
30 min.
Copyright:
1992
Closed Caption:
Yes
Producer:
Schlessinger Media
Grade Level:
5 - Adult
ISBN:
1879151227
UPC:
753201661135
Summary:
(1856-1965) Enslaved until after the Civil War, educator Booker T. Washington was one of the most influential men in black history. At the age of 16, he walked 200 miles to enroll at Virginia's Hampton Institute, an industrial school for blacks. He graduated and became a teacher, then founded the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, which would become the largest and best-endowed black institution. His intelligent and peaceful solutions to racial problems won him the support of white society, opening the door to black progress. Part of the Black Americans of Achievement Video Collection that celebrates the most influential African Americans in history.

Only available in the US.


Series Name:
    Black Americans of Achievement Video Collections I and II, The



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