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HIST oct 26 - Tuesday October 26 Begin Test 3 Material...

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Tuesday October 26  Begin Test 3 Material Reconstruction was undone through disfranchisement, segregation, and the  discriminating caste system. Between 1882 and 1930, there were nearly 3000 lynchings in the United  States, 2500 of which were black.  Booker T. Washington  Born as a slave in Virginia and was educated at the Hampton  Institute.   Headed the Tuskegee Institute  In 1895, he spoke at the Cotton States Exposition in Atlanta. He  said that blacks should look for their best opportunities available  and prove themselves; this speech is known as the Atlanta  Compromise. W. E. B. Du Bois  Du Bois was born free in Massachusetts and was the first black  man to earn his Ph. D. at Harvard.  
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 He was a major critic of Washington’s Atlanta Compromise.   He said that Washington’s plan wouldn’t develop the “talented  tenth,” the leadership class that was necessary to break the caste 
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