Stone Collection: Volume 90 - Item 29
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29. Albert Salisbury, “Some Conclusions Concerning the Education of the American Negro,” Andover Review (September 1886): 256-64.
Suggestions concerning the education of African Americans in the South. The author is optimistic that education will prove successful in elevating the black race, despite the size of the undertaking and the challenges inherent to its application.