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Booker T. Washington


Booker T. Washington was born taught agricultural science at the Institute.
One of his duties as a boy to go to school half a day.
After he was freed, Booker and his brother which is public speaking.
His parents allowed him  worked in the salt and coal mines.
He took the name Washington because that was his step-father's first name.
Booker's middle name a slave in Virginia.
At Hampton Institute Booker worked as  he later returned to teach there.
His teacher gave lessons in elocution the Tuskegee Institute.
After finishing at Hampton was Taliaferro.
He bought land and started  was to carry sacks of corn to the mill.
Later Harvard University assistant janitor to pay for his room and board.
George Washington Carver gave him an honorary degree.

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