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Booker T. Washington. By Olivia. Booker T. Washington Biography. He was born April 5,1856. He died November 14,1915. His mother was named Jane she was a slave. His father was an unknown plantation worker. Education. In 1872 he entered the Hampton Agricultural Institute.

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booker t washington biography
Booker T. Washington Biography
  • He was born April 5,1856.
  • He died November 14,1915.
  • His mother was named Jane she was a slave.
  • His father was an unknown plantation worker.
education
Education
  • In 1872 he entered the Hampton Agricultural Institute.
  • As a kid he did not go to school because is black.
contributed or influenced
Contributed or influenced
  • He wrote a book.
  • He was an educator for blacks.
  • He was also an African American civil rights leader.
famous quote
Famous Quote
  • “To hold a man down, you have to stay down with him”
two interesting facts
Two interesting facts
  • He was the first African-American to be invited to the White House.
  • At age 16 he walked from Malden, West Virginia to Hampton, Virginia to go to college.
two interesting facts1
Two interesting facts
  • He was the first African-American to receive an honorary degree from Harvard.
  • He was the first African-American to have his face on a U.S postage stamp and even had his face on a half-dollar.
websites
Websites
  • Google
  • Wikipedia