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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 28 February 1914

Mrs. J. II. Crows still continues ill Miss HiacI Bean Is 111 at her home with lngrlppe. ' Mrs. A. S. Fulcher of 2038 High land Avenue, Is Improving nicely. Little Alber Bernlce Dalley Is recov ring from an attack of bronchial ncumonla. Why have kinky hair when "Presto" will make the necessary Improve ments? See ad In this paper. . Mr. W. J. Dixon the Inventor at 2828 Cleveland Avenue Is 111 at his home. The Son hopes he will recover soon. Air. Harry Bean, 1009 Euclid Ave., Is able to return to his work after being confined ,to his home with pneu monia. Notice The Lincoln Theatre - at 12th and Vine Streets Is an up-to-date picture show house and deserves your patronage. Mrs. Mary Ellen Wheeler, 2323 Highland Avenue, Is visiting Dr. and Mrs. J.- Walter Coleman, 4208 Finney Avenue. St. Louis. Mo. Mr. C. H. Birch, 4 Lombard, Kansas til-- ' 1 1 .1 at rll.ot.1na Mo.. Friday. February 20 to attena the funeral of his mother. Do you want stock In the Kaw Val ley, Truck Gardening Co., Incorpo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 28 February 1914

The Essay an Statue An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, 1913, by I like to remember Interludes In NlUolal's series ot conspiracies and vengeance, when he allowed his sub-1 tie humor to play like a lambent name about hts Imagination, when tragedy turned comedy and Buccess was not purchased by tears. The case ot the Kssayan statue well illustrates, the ''lighter Bide ot Nikolai's nature. Everybody in Boston came to know Essayan otter he formed the ' famous combination in corn. He must have made millions; and from the huniblo post of editor of a little rev olutionary Armenian sheet, he became one uf the city's leading bankers. Simultaneously his views underwent a change, as Nikolai discovered when iie called on him. "What?" shouted Essayan. "Con tribute fifty thousand dollars to the revolutionary party? You must be crazy." "Six months ago," said Nikolai thoughtfully, "you were bawling for vengeance upon Ru...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 28 February 1914

itt;mm:mt::mtm$:::::mmmuw::mt AND BLUSTER Dy AUGUSTUS GOODRICH 8HERWIN. "It pays to bo slick. Everything Is 'Front' in this world. Education is a waste of time and nothing goes but bluster, brag and pretense!" Thus Mark Dorrnnco to his closest friend and fellow workman, Bert Lansing, who smiled dubiously as lie replied; "Getting rather pessimistic, aren't you, M'ark7 Of course you refer to gold-plated superintendent, Tracy Dunbar. 'And isn't ho truly all brass, with basis of self conceit and bragga- flOln rlofnn tlflnrl Mori n4mvi(lir "Why, say he's about half the time on his Job and it's a wonder the com pany keeps him. They can'i know that we do, all of the work and ho gets tho credit for it." "Which speaks well for our dill' gonce, oh, Mark?" laughed Uert. "That may be, but I bellevo In merit rewarded, if tho right man was made superintendent, it would be you," "Thanks, Mark," bowed Bert. "That shows that I have at least one admir ing friend. Returning to Dunbar, though, you may ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 28 February 1914

This house was built for an ex t.9 large, light and airy rooms, large jgymnasium, full cemented basement, cast front, street and alley paved, Several prominent Negroes have bought in this block, so the owner has decided to sell and in Order to make a quick sale has reduced the price from $4,000 to $3,500, $500 down and $20 monthly. An ordinary family could live in four of the rooms and the other five could be rented for enough to make the payments and interest. Surely opportunity is knocking at your door. "Will you continue to pay rent or will you buy? If this is too large, we have several others. AFRO-AMERICAN INVESTMENT CO. 911 McGee Street. . Home 7555 Main. . Bell 751 Main. Subscribe for film r?T "House of Love" Badges, Banners, Books, Robes, Emblems. Buttons, Furniture, Lodge and Church Societies ! The Love 2418 Flora Avenue Kansas City, Missouri ii ii ii b LI II II XH o.,n ni c: 4- niA e.'l - JIayor of Kansas City. It has attic suitable for pool room or combination furnace, lo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

WW Sttn A FEARLESS DEFENDER OF THE RACE ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME VOLUME VI. NUMBER 28. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATWIDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. PRICE, 5c. Read Dennis Thompsons Article on The Negjp's Power Ir. Booker T. Washington Spends a Strenuous and Busy Day in Greater Kansas Cjty THE WORLD'S GREATEST EDUCATOR VISIBLY IMPRESSED BY HIS MAGNIFICENT RECEPTION IN ALL SECTIONS OF THE CITY, I U.HIHH I I II His Trip Over The Two Cities One Continued Ovation and Thous ands Gathered at the Places Where His Party "Was Announced to 'Stop, to Hear the Brief but Helpful and Optimistic Addresses that He Delivered. MORE THAN TWO THOUSAND PEOPLE CROWDED THE SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH TO HEAR HIS RINGING ADDRESS WHILE HUNDREDS AfoD HUNDREDS WERE ABSOLUTELY. UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION. Banquet After Address Attended by Representative Negros From the Two Kansas Cities, Topeka; Leavenworth, St. Joseph, Omaha, Lawrence and Nearby Cities. N "MY MOST ENJOYABLE TRIP" SAID DR. Tho visit ot Dr. Booker T. Washing ton, t...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

M-lffiM HUMS "The educated man usually over estimates himself because his Intel lect has grown faster than his ex perience of life." General Arm strong. "Every time I think of Hampton, I get a now definition of education and a new Ideal of human training. I believe that Hampton Is, after all. the real American university. I be lieve that this Institution comes near er having found the clew to the maze In this great process of training people for life, In life and by life, than any other Institution In the world." This striking tribute has been paid to Hampton Institute by Dr. Wallace Buttrick, secretary of the General Education board, who know3 Inti mately educational Institutions throughout the wholo country. Some 20,000 peoplo are attracted annually to Hampton Institute, the pioneer industrial and agricultural training school for negro and Indian youth, founded In 1SCS by Gen. Sam- The Old Plantation "Great House," Which Was Completely Remodeled by Hampton Institute Tradesmen, and...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

DR. J. H. JONES Physician and burgeon OlFlct Mourn 10 to II . m., I io 3 and 5 to 6 p m. Office. 1301 EAST 18th STREET Residtnce.1326 HlghUnd Ave.' 1 Res. Home Phone, East 852 KANSAS CITY. NO. Over THEODORE SMITH, Druggist 'Home Phone, 15407 Main Hell 4501 Grand 301 East 18th St. KANSAS CITY", MO. Ottlco of DR. M. G. BROOKINS, 24th and Vino Sts. . Bell Phone bast 232. Hcst(lence, 1816 Woodland Avenue. Bell Phono E. 838. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 2' to 4 p, m.; G to 8 p. m. Calls Answered Day or Night. I. Ofllco Hours , 8 to 12 m. & 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday by Appointment Bell Grand 2553W DR. L G. BUNCH . DENTIST Gold Crown, Bridges and i Plates A Specialty Painless Extraction .-716 East 12th St. Kansas City, Mo. BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER. Mrs. C. A. Smith has opened a branch office of MRS. S. BEDFORD'S Wonderful Hair Grower & Scalp Treatment This' treatment has proved to be a wonderful success. Mrs. Smith will receive patients for treatment tro.n From 8i30 a. m. to 61OO p, m. at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

Tp KANSAS CITY SUN All communications should be addressed to The Kansas City Bun, 1803 East ISth Stret. Dell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August 12, 1908, at the postofflce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner Wills I!. Glenn General Manager leo. E. Thompson Advertising Agent J. G. Tyler Advertising Solicitor Eva P. Washington ..Traveling Representative Itosa Morton Collector Alma Crews Collector SUDSCniPTlON RATES: One Tear 51. SO Six Months 75 Three Months SO It occasionally happens that papers sent to subscribers are lost or stolen. In case voti do not receive anv number when due. inform us bv nostal card and wo will cheerfully forward a duplicate of the missing number. U ADVERTISING RATE. 50 CENTS PER INCH. lessness. Its only BUpport Is vanity and sham fiom which wo have already suffered too much. Let ub erect our educational superstructures upon gcod, sensible, sound, conservative foundations and they will endur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

llr , . L ; cn Y NEWS- It .."T- E ' Women's Club .Notes trade at Lalngs. C. H. Calloway was at Hannibal, St. Louis and New London, Mo., on bus iness last week. Why have kinky hair when "Presto" will make the necessary improve ments? See ad In this paper. Mrs. Kate Martin, .2220 Michigan, is much improved after a serious illness and is able to be out again. Mf. and Mrs. John Mitchell of 2311 Woodland Avenue have moved into their new home, 3417 East 21st street. Mrs. Harriett B. Gaston, 1725 Mich igan Avenue, who has been sick) for about three weeks Is gradually Improving. Notice The Lincoln Theatre at 12th and Vine Streets is tn up-to-date plcturo show house and deserves your patronage. Klcliard McClaln of Chicago, 111., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McClaln, 2437 Woodland Avenue for a few weeks. Mrs. Carrie Hughes, Mrs. Lucy Jackson and daughter and Mrs. Bessie Pearson played at Convention Hall last week In the Garden ot Allah. FOR RENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

The Burning of Batoum An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by His Lieutenant, Summers By H. M. EGBERT I1 (Copyrffiht. 1913, by Two years ago, when the revolution ary movement In Russia was at Its height nnd trlghttul excesses, perpe trated both by the government and Uio Nihilists, were reported dally in all tho newspapers of western lands, the world was appalled to learn that a great part of Batoum, tho largest city In tho Caucasus, had been con sumed by lire. Batoum fs tho center of the Russian oil refining business. It Is the only place that rivals the Pennsylvanlan and Kansan fields. Inexhaustible gushers of petroleum exist every where In Us vicinity, and oll-shlps from Batoum pass oil-vessels from New York harbor on every sea. Naturally, a Russian city of this de scription Is a hot-bed of revolution. Persians, Russians, Tartars, Turks, Khlvans men from all eastern coun tries, all equally Infected with Ni hilist doctrines, work side by side in tho refiner...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

0KXCKXXX0000 Mi ATTACK OF ART ,'. By GEORGE MUN80N. "It was some tlireo years since I'd visited Sister Emma, her living in York state and me In Ohio, but when she writ me to come and spend the month of March, becauso she had something Important to say to me, my natural curiosity overcome me, and I packed my trunk and went. "'Where's Cynthy?' I asked, soon as I had kissed Emma and John. '"That's what I writ you to come about, Lldy,' says Emma. 'Sho won't come homo.' " 'But you writ me sho had gono to New York to study art, and was com lng home on Washington's birthday,' I answered. 'And how about that young man of hers, Fred Holden?' ' "Then the truth came out. Cynthy had writ sho wasn't coming homo for a long time to come and she Intimated .If Fred liked to wait for her he could wait and if he didn't ho needn't She had. an attack of art badly and was living in a hall bedroom in Now York and doing her own laundry, which Is what art brings one to. And Emma, knowing how I'd always had ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 March 1914

(Continued from page 1 ) vj Hio some rights to rotorcd peoplo In tutu ute, nnI where they work, ana labor and sacrifice to get on, there ought to be tlio same encouragement, tot the tears flow just as freely, the pains are just as acute, and the anguish lies Just as deep bancath the black as under the white Skin, and I tell you, my friends, that In ttiH'jiay and time when we are all trying la'ijearn that great lesson of forebear ftii4e, this Is Indeed a great feeling to hiSe,'' Dr. Washington, I welcome you to ;ir.m.1aa City. 'f Dr. Washington was given a inagnl flfccnt reception upon being introduced nud said, In part: Mombers of the Negro Business League, Ladles and Gentlemen: "I Am. surprised and gratified on ac count of the many evidences of progress which I have discovered among the mem of the Negro race In Kansas City and vicinity since I was here last. You Iiuve here In Kansas City the most pro Kixwlve local Negro Business League th.it I have found anrwhere In the coun try. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

ft Hcf' E-Aid AVM.. FEARLESS DEFENDER ALL THE TIME )F THE RACE VOLUME VI. NUMBER 29. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. PRICE, 5c. We Demand Equal Punishment for All Rapists White or Black PROF. J. C. HOBBS. Kansas City's most popular Dancing Master, and Proprietor of tho Palace Barber Shop at Nineteenth and Vine streets. EVERYBODY IS GOING Everybody Is going to Smith's Drug Storo to try the famous Tango Sun dae on a Blazer. The following Is a list of distin guished guests and popular sqciety people who have visited and declared the Tango Sundae to be the most de licious they have ever eaten. Is Your Name In the List? Miss Kingsbury, Dr. Tearl, Mrs. E. V. McMtlllan, Mrs. William Snell. Miss Maude Taylor, Mrs. E. A. Barnhlll, Prof. T. W. II. Williams, Mrs. Haze Lons, Mrs. C. Johnson, Mrs. Bert Hill, Lawyer Hruce, Miss Sweatman, Mr. Simpson. Miss Locke, Mrs. Hunter, Mr. Andrew O.. Williams. Miss Carmen Hackley, Mrs. Frttyes Brown; "Ml. iirE; Strickland, Mini Hattle Ewinf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

r (Continued from page 1 ) the samfe rights to oloreil people In utjnt:u::tt:::r.m:::::tt:::t:tjt::nn!t: Dy GEORGE ELMER COBB. When Jared Bliss took sick and tho reports from the doctor looked gloomy and foreboding, his friends and rela tives called once or twice and then left him to dte. It had been ascertained that ho was "all in.i' not only physical ly but In a financial sense. "He's simply reaping the folly ho sowed," saplently observed his nephew, Walter Pope, forgetting that It was the liberality of tho good old man that bad originally stortdd him in business. Other selfiBh and ungrateful rela tives echoed the sentiments of the ln grate, Pope. Tho man upon whom they had counted to enrich them when he was through with life had "wanton ly thrown away his fortune 1" Ho had given about halt of It to charity. He had a hobby for antiques and became tho victim of every unprincipled curio huckster. He was credulous, benevo lent, unsophisticated. The stock job ber and the promoter had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

DR. J. H. JONES Physician and Surgeon Olrice llount 10 to II a. m., I (o 3 and 5 to 6 p. m. Office. 1301 EAST 18th STREET Residence.1326 UitfhUnd Avo. Rci. Home Phone, Cut 852 KANSAS CITY, MO. Over THEODORE SMITH, DruggM Homo rhone, M07 Main Doll iiil Grand 1301 Et18lh It. KANSAS CITY, MO. Office of - DR. M. Q. BROOKIN3, 24th and Vino Sts. Dell Phone hast 232. Residence, 1816 Woodland Avenue. Bell Phone B. 838. Offlcp hours: . 11 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m.; 6 to 8 p. m. Calls Answered Day or Night. Omco Hours 8 to 12 m. & 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday by Appointment Bell Grand 2553W L C. DENTIST Gold Crown, Bridges and Plates A Specialty Painless Extraction 716 East 12th St. Kansas City, Mo. BEDFORD'S HAIR GROWER. Mrs. C. A. Smith has opened a branch office of MRS. S. BEDFORD'S Wonderful Hair Grower & Scalp Treatment This treatment has proved to be a wonderful success. Mrs. Smith will receive patients for treatment fro.-.i From 8i30 a. m. to 6s00 p, m. at her residence. 11th and Highla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

r JL. " ' " " " - - 7 TflbKANSAS CITY SUN All communications should be addressed to Th Kansas City Sun, 1803 East 18th Stret. Dell Phone East 999. Entered as second-class matter, August 12, 1908, at the postofrlce at Kansas City, Mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Kelson C. Crews.. ......Editor and Owner Wlllu n. Glenn General Manager J. u. Tyler Advertising solicitor Eva P. Washington ...Traveling Representative Rosa Morton Collector Alma Crews Collector FIGHTING FOR LIFE. Father and Son, Because the Latter Tried to Protect His Aged Parents Let Us All Help Financially. Colorado State Penitentiary. Hon. N. C. Crews, Dear Sir: I am enclosing herewith a copy of a ilocls Ion handed down by the supremo court of Colorado In regard to my case, which was hastily tried In district court of Otero county at La Junta, Colo., In July, 1011, where I was ln- srmsrniT'TinN HATES: I stnntlv Ninvlctorl nnd sentenced to six6 Months i;;'1;?? death and m" a father, a man ot Three Months 30 It occasio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

t KANSAS J3ITY, KAN. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Mrs. Sarah Russel, 943 Wash. Blvd., received her diploma In sewing and also a prize of fo.OOIrf gold from tho Negro Civic League. Mr. Ed Harris prize from White's Exchange; Mrs. Chllds' $5.00 prize in merchandise at J, H. Claybourne's. , CITY NEWS. j Why liavo kinky hair when "Presto" will mako the necessary Improve ments? See ad In this paper. Mrs. Pearl Fallings of Denver, Colo, is visiting her sister, Mrs. It. B. De Frantz. Mrs. N. Lowe, 3411 E. Cth St., spen Saturday and Sunday with parents, iMr .and Mrs. J, Crowley, Fleming, Mo. FOR RENT. FOIt RENT Nicely furnished front room; modern. Mrs. Wheeler, 1801 East 18th street, second floor. Mr. C. D. Frazler of Q.-and Canyon, Ariz., sent Mrs. Jas. II. Crews, who has' been ill, a box of beautiful .flowers last week. Mrs. Katie Martin who' hag been seriously 111 at the Provident Hospital Is convalescing. She has returned to her home, 2220 Michigan Ave. Mrs. A. T. Wooldrldge, 101 E. Ar mour Blvd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

I J 33 The Coronation of Nikolai An Audacious Hazard of Nikolai, Independent Agent, as Related by Pits Lieutenant, Summers 1 By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, lto, br Nikolai and I were seated outside 1 the Hotel New York at Vienna when ho read mo an extract from tho Tage blatt It was a summary ot tho long -column that followed, and merely stat ed that Prlnco Leopold, ot a certain Balkan state, the identity ot which I shall conceal under the namo of Transylvania, was to be crowned king an the following Monday. "You have followed tho events which led up to this, of course," said my companion. "Not with much interest," I an swered. "Well," said Nikolai, "I will explain them to you. As you aro doubtless aware, Transylvania has played a long and unhappy role as champion ot the eastern Christians against the Turks. After Ave centuries of subjection, she achieved her Independence In 1878. A prince from the native stock was chos en to rule the people. Unfortunately their many wars and Insurrecti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

ROMANCE IN RAIN II ni j! For Handu Bous and 1 Girls to Make and Do (Copyright by A. Netly 1 lall) By A. NEELY HALL. - I By DOROTHY PERKINS. A TOY WINDMILL. No mechanical toy Is moro Interest ing to make, nor more Interesting to watch when In operation than a mln iaturo windmill. It Is a very simple toy to construct, and all of the ma terial that It requires can usually be found-at hand, which are two reasons fwhy It Is one ot the most popular of Biomo-inado toys, and why nearly icvery boy at one time or another 'builds one. Figure 1 shows a small model which may bo constructed quickly. You will notice by the detail Illustra tions that the hub ot the windmill Is o spool (Fig. 2), that the blades are cut out of xlgar-box wood, shingles, tin, or cardboard, and are fastened to tho side of, short spoke sticks driven Into holes bored in the spool hub (Fig. 3), that the hub turns on tho rounded end of a stick shaft (Fig. 4), that tho square end of tho shaft is Blotted to receive ,a fan-sha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 March 1914

The Tujkegec Edition of DR. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S WORKS MISSOURI Ounn of Council Blurts, la., Is visiting with relatives. WHOLE SET ONLY ($2.00) TWO DOLLARSDOWN and the balance at $1.00 per.month for six months "IId From SlaVerv"A history of Dr. WashinKton's life and experiences told by himself. In this book also id given a history of the Tuskogee Institute ami Dr. Washington's famous Aalanta Address of 1895. PRICE $1.50, post age 15 cents extra. "Working Willi The Hands" Contains Dr. Washington's experience and advice with reference to the Importance of Industrial education and the methods of Imparting same. PRICE $1.50, postage 15 cents extra. "Character Building" A collection of Dr. Washington's Sunday Evening Talks to the student body In the Chapel of the Tuskogee Institute. These talks have become widely known and famous. PRICE $1.50, postage 15 ctnts extra. I "Story Of the Negro." (Two Volumes) Gives the history of the Negro race from Its beginning In plain, simple words that...

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