Stone Collection: Volume 93 - Item 31
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31. Kelly Miller, Roosevelt and the Negro (Washington, DC: Hayworth, Pub., 1907). (21 p.)
Critique of Theodore Roosevelt’s handling of a racial incident in Brownsville, Texas, contrasting his decision to discharges to all of the black soldiers at the post with actions regarding African Americans earlier in his term that suggested a more enlightened view.