Stone Collection: Volume 4A - Item 58
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58. Ernest Hamlin Abbott, “The South and the Negro: VII.—Education and Race Integrity,” Outlook (July 30, 1904): 741-45.
Argument for the expansion of opportunities for African Americans in the South to include moral and religious education. The author believes that many if not most white Southerners are not opposed to this modification of what otherwise is primarily a vocational curriculum.