By: Anthony Grade 3 Mrs. McGarry’s Class. All About Booker T. Washington. Living With Booker T. Washington.
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Mrs. McGarry’s Class
Wow, I didn’t know that about Booker T. Washington. This is how Booker T. Washington grew up. He became a slave born he . Also, while he was growing up he did not know his father. As he got older he worked at a salt factory with his mother. was a boy he didn’t know his last name. Again, when he was a boy he didn’t know his last name, so he made up his last name, it was Washington which was his stepfather’s first name. Overall, this is Booker T. Washington’s family and early life.
Oh! So this is why we remember Booker T. Washington. Here are some “life highlights” about Booker T. Washington. He graduated with honors at Hampton Institute. Also, Booker’s book he wrote Up From Slavery was in print for more than 100 years! Lastly, he became the founder of the schools and a great leader to many people. Overall, these are “life highlights” about Booker T. Washington.
Here are some other interesting facts about Booker T. Washington. He spoke to the Cotton States and International Exposition on September 18, 1895. Also, he helped people build things on plantations. Lastly, Booker T. Washington had more than one wife. Overall, these are some other fun facts about Booker T. Washington.
Frost, Helen Let’s Meet Booker T. Washington Chelsea Club House 2004
“Booker T. Washington” http://www.americaslibrary.gov 2/6/14