Stone Collection: Volume 84 - Item 51
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51. “A Southerner’s View of Tuskegee,” Missionary Review 14 (June 1901): 455-57.
Sympathetic assessment of Booker T. Washington’s educational philosophy because it emphasizes vocational skills over the humanities. The author begins with this sentence. “Since the Civil War a great deal of money has been squandered on the education of the negro by excellent people throughout the North, whose benevolence was only exceeded by their ignorance of conditions South.”