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Booker T. Washington


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Booker T. Washington
   was born on   
April 5, 1856
American educator and writer - his autobiography, Up From Slavery, published in 1901, is still widely read today.
Booker T. Washington
   said   
"You Can't Hold a Man Down Without Staying Down With Him"
American educationist and emancipated slave
Booker T. Washington
   wrote   
Up from Slavery
1901
Booker T. Washington White
   performed the blues song   
Woman Shootin' Blues (1930)
Booker T. Washington White
   performed the blues song   
Stranger Woman Blues (1930)
Booker T. Washington White
   performed the blues song   
Fixin' To Die Blues (1940)
Booker T. Washington
   was/were the first   
Black Man to Be Pictured on a US Postage Stamp
1940
Booker T. Washington
   was a/an   
Author
Author of 24 books including his autobiography, "Up From Slavery"; 1856-1915
Booker T. Washington
   was a/an   
Teacher
Educated teachers for rural Southern black communities






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