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The story of slavery [Instructor Literature Series (No. 286)] (original 1913; edition 1913)

by Booker T Washington, Emmett J. Scott (With Biographical Sketch by)

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Title:The story of slavery [Instructor Literature Series (No. 286)]
Authors:Booker T Washington
Other authors:Emmett J. Scott (With Biographical Sketch by)
Info:F.A. Owen (1913), Paper Binding, 31 pages
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The Story of Slavery by Booker T. Washington (1913)

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It is very important to remember that the words contained in this book are the words of BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, we should not run away from them. We should be haunted by them.
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It was one hot summer's day in the month of August, 1619, as the story goes, that a Dutch man-of-war entered the mouth of the James River, in what is now the State of Virginia, and coming in with the tide, dropped anchor opposite the little settlement of Jamestown.
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Massa's niggers am slick and fat,
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Shine just like a new beaver hat,
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Refrain--
Turn out here and shuck dis corn,
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Biggest pile o' corn seen since I was born,
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Jones' niggers am lean an' po';
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Refrain--
Turn out here and shuck dis corn
Oh! Oh! Oh!
Biggest pile o' corn seen since I was born,
Oh! Oh! Oh!
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