Character Building (Paperback)

Being Addresses Delivered on Sunday Evenings to the Students of Tuskegee Institute (Classic Reprint)

By Booker T. Washington

Forgotten Books, 9781331520993, 314pp.

Publication Date: April 22, 2018

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Excerpt from Character Building: Being Addresses Delivered on Sunday Evenings to the Students of Tuskegee Institute

A number of years ago, when the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute was quite small, with only a few dozen students and two or three teachers, I began the practice of giving what were called Sunday Evening Talks to the students and teachers. These addresses were always delivered in a conversational tone and much in the same manner that I would speak to my own children around my fireside. As the institution gradually grew from year to year, friends suggested that these addresses ought to be preserved, and for that reason during the past few years they have been stenographically reported. For the purpose of this book they have been somewhat revised; and I am greatly indebted to my secretary, Mr. Emmett J. Scott, and to Mr. Max Bennett Thrash er, for assisting me in the revision and in putting them into proper shape for publication; and to Mr. T. Thomas Fortune for suggesting that these addresses be published in book form.

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