Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence: The Best Speeches delivered by the Negro from the days of Slavery to the Present time.

Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson

Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence: The Best Speeches delivered by the Negro from the days of Slavery to the Present time.
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Masterpieces of Negro Eloquence: The Best Speeches delivered by the Negro from the days of Slavery to the Present time.

Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson

THE BEST SPEECHES DELIVERED BY THE NEGRO FROM THE DAYS OF SLAVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME FROM FAMOUS PEOPLE. Table of Contents Speech topics and the famous people who delivered them. Preface Prince Saunders The People of Haiti and a Plan of Emigration James McCune Smith Toussaint L'Ouverture and the Haitian Revolution Hilary Teague Liberia: Its Struggles and Its Promises Frederick Douglass What to the Slave is the Fourth of July On the Unveiling of the Lincoln Monument Charles H. Langston Should Colored Men be Subject to the Pains and Penalties of the Fugitive Slave Law? Richard T. Greener Young Men to the Front Robert Browne Elliot The Civil Rights Bill John R. Lynch Civil Rights and Social Equality Alexander Dumas, Fils On the Occasion of Taking His Seat in the French Academy John M. Langston Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Centennial Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society Henry Highland Garnet A Memorial Discourse George L. Ruffin Crispus Attucks P. B. S. Pinchback Address During Presidential Campaign of 1880 Alexander Crummell The Black Woman of the South Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin An Open Letter to the Educational League of Georgia James Madison Vance In the Wake of the Coming Ages Booker T. Washington At the Opening of the Cotton States and International Exposition, Atlanta Robert Gould Shaw Christian A. Fleetwood The Negro as a Soldier Charles W. Anderson The Limitless Possibilities of the Negro Race William Sanders Scarborough The Party of Freedom and the Freedmen Nathan F. Mossell The Teaching of History George H. White A Defense of the Negro Race Levi J. Coppin The Negro’s Part in the Redemption of Africa Fanny Jackson Coppin A Plea for Industrial Opportunity William J. Gaines An Appeal to Our Brother in White Edward Wilmot Blyden The Political Outlook for Africa W. Justin Carter The Duty and Responsibility of the Anglo-Saxon Theophilus G. Steward The Army as a Trained Force D. Webster Davis The Sunday-School and Church as a Solution of the Negro Problem Reverdy C. Ransom William Lloyd Garrison James L. Curtis Abraham Lincoln Abraham Walters Abraham Lincoln and Fifty Years of Freedom Archibald H. Grimke On the Presentation of a Loving Cup to Senator Foraker Francis H. Grimke Equality of Rights for All Citizens James E. Shapard Is the Game Worth the Candle? Robert Russa Moton Some Elements Necessary to Race Development George William Cook The Two Seals J. Milton Waldron A Solution of the Race Problem J. Francis Gregory The Social Bearings of the Fifth Commandment William C. Jason Life’s Morn William H. Lewis Abraham Lincoln Alice M. Dunbar David Livingstone Kelly Miller Education for Manhood Robert T. Jones On Making a Life Ernest Lyon Emancipation and Racial Advancement John C. Dancy The Future of the Negro Church W. Ashbie Hawkins The Negro Lawyer W. E. B. Dubois The Training of Negroes for Social Reform

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