Provides entries for people, court decisions, concepts, reports and books, legislation, and organizations related to desegrationBy age nine he was no longer a slave and was working in a salt furnace and then a salt mine. ... At Hampton he was influenced by the schoola#39;s founder, General Samuel C. Armstrong, a white New Englander who became a father figure to Washington. ... in his students, and therefore the curriculum stressed the dignity of human labor, a personal sense of responsibility in each student, and manual training.
|Title||:||Historical Dictionary of School Segregation and Desegregation|
|Author||:||Jeffrey A. Raffel|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998-01-01|