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Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence

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Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence: The Best Speeches Delivered by the Negro from the Days of Slavery to the Present Time

James McCune Smith
Toussaint L'Ouverture and the Haytian Revolution
Hilary Teague
Liberia: Its Struggles and Its Promises
Frederick Douglass
What to the Slave is the Fourth of July
On the Unveiling of the Lincoln Monument
Charles H. Langston
Should Colored Men be Subject to the Pains and Penalties of the Fugitive Slave Law?
Richard T. Greener
Young Men to the Front
Robert Browne Elliot
The Civil Rights Bill
John R. Lynch
Civil Rights and Social Equality
Alexander Dumas, Fils
On the Occasion of Taking His Seat in the French Academy
John M. Langston
Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society
Henry Highland Garnet
A Memorial Discourse
George L. Ruffin
Crispus Attucks
P. B. S. Pinchback
Address During Presidential Campaign of 1880
Alexander Crummell
The Black Woman of the South
Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin
An Open Letter to the Educational League of Georgia
James Madison Vance
In the Wake of the Coming Ages
Booker T. Washington
At the Opening of the Cotton States and International Exposition, Atlanta
Robert Gould Shaw
Christian A. Fleetwood
The Negro as a Soldier
Charles W. Anderson
The Limitless Possibilities of the Negro Race
William Sanders Scarborough
The Party of Freedom and the Freedmen
Nathan F. Mossell
The Teaching of History
George H. White
A Defense of the Negro Race
Levi J. Coppin
The Negro's Part in the Redemption of Africa
Fanny Jackson Coppin
A Plea for Industrial Opportunity
William J. Gaines
An Appeal to Our Brother in White
Edward Wilmot Blyden
The Political Outlook for Africa
W. Justin Carter
The Duty and Responsibility of the Anglo-Saxon
Theophilus G. Steward
The Army as a Trained Force
D. Webster Davis
The Sunday-School and Church as a Solution of the Negro Problem
Reverdy C. Ransom
William Lloyd Garrison
James L. Curtis
Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Walters
Abraham Lincoln and Fifty Years of Freedom
Archibald H. Grimke
On the Presentation of a Loving Cup to Senator Foraker
Francis H. Grimke
Equality of Rights for All Citizens
James E. Shapard
Is the Game Worth the Candle?
Robert Russa Moton
Some Elements Necessary to Race Development
George William Cook
The Two Seals
J. Milton Waldron
A Solution of the Race Problem
J. Francis Gregory
The Social Bearings of the Fifth Commandment
William C. Jason
Life's Morn
William H. Lewis
Abraham Lincoln
Alice M. Dunbar
David Livingstone
Kelly Miller
Education for Manhood
Robert T. Jones
On Making a Life
Ernest Lyon
Emancipation and Racial Advancement
John C. Dancy
The Future of the Negro Church
W. Ashbie Hawkins
The Negro Lawyer
W. E. B. Dubois
The Training of Negroes for Social Reform
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013456556
  • Publisher: VolumesOfValue
  • Publication date: 12/5/2011
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Meet the Author

"Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar Nelson (July 19, 1875 - September 18, 1935) was an American poet, journalist and political activist. Among the first generation born free in the South after the Civil War, she was one of the prominent African Americans involved in the artistic flourishing of the Harlem Renaissance. Her first husband was the poet Paul Laurence Dunbar; she then married physician Henry A. Callis; and last married Robert J. Nelson, a poet and civil rights activist." -- Wikipedia
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