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William H. Holtzclaw, The Black Man’s Burden, 1st ed.

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William Holtzclaw’s The Black Man’s Burden, in 1st ed.

Holtzclaw, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute and protegé of Booker T. Washington, founded Mississippi’s Utica Normal and Industrial Institute (now Utica campus of Hinds County Community Colleges).  Part autobiography, part Utica history; an uncommon look at education in the Jim Crow-era.

Light sun damage; very light foxing; light chipping to edges, hinge starting, otherwise very good.

Holtzclaw, William H.  THE BLACK MAN’S BURDEN.  NY: 1915.  1st ed., 232p., ft., illus. 

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × 1.75 in