Up From Slavery Study Guide

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Diablo Valley College History 121 Dr. Kent Haldan Booker T. Washington Up From Slavery Study Guide. Answer on a separate piece of paper. Chapter 1 1. What were the conditions and work of Booker T. Washington under slavery? 2. How did the enslaved Africans feel about the death of their masters’ son? How did they feel about their freedom? How did they respond to the end of the Civil War? 3. What does Washington say about the loyalty of enslaved Africans toward their masters during the Civil War? What relationship did Washington have with their masters after the Civil War? How does Washington feel toward slavery and masters? Chapter 2 4. Describe Washington’s pursuit of an education and view toward his mother and step-father. 5. What changes does Washington face while attending school? 6. Does Washington desire to be white? How does Washington deal with his desire to be white?
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 3 7. Describe Washingtons relationship with Mrs. Ruffner. How does he view her? 8. Describe Washingtons journey to Hampton. What is his entrance exam? 9. Desrive General Armstrong and his influence upon Washington. What are some of the basic skills he learns there? Ch. 5 (We will discuss this in classI did not provide this chapter in the handout.) !0. How does Washington feel about Reconstruction: the role of the federal government; African Americans? Chapter 14: The Atlanta Address, 1895 11. What does Washington offer African Americans, northern and Southern white businessmen and white Christian reformers? 12. What are his economic, social, and political programs?...
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