Address, delivered before the Georgia State Industrial College for Colored Youth, at College, Georgia, (near Savannah), June 7, 1899

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Title

Address, delivered before the Georgia State Industrial College for Colored Youth, at College, Georgia, (near Savannah), June 7, 1899

Subject

Address, African American Students

Description

A graduation address in which Arnett, A.M.E. bishop of South Carolina and Georgia, speaks about the social and educational achievements of African Americans and about prospects for future achievements and equality with whites. He calls for a union between blacks and whites, which he says will lead to peace and happiness in U.S.

Creator

Benjamin William Arnett

Source

Library of Congress

Date

June 7, 1899

Contributor

Arnett, Benjamin William, 1838-1906.
Georgia State Industrial College.
Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)

Citation

Benjamin William Arnett, “Address, delivered before the Georgia State Industrial College for Colored Youth, at College, Georgia, (near Savannah), June 7, 1899,” The Making of the Modern U.S., accessed January 27, 2022, http://projects.leadr.msu.edu/makingmodernus/items/show/50.