Up From Slavery, Ch 9-12
Quiz on chapters 9-12 for Up from Slavery by Booker T. Washington
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What happened in the south at Christmas?
The blacks in the South took off a week for holidays and drank a lot til New Years' Day
First animal at the Tuskegee Institute
Blind old horse given by one of the white citizens of Tuskegee
Name of first building for Tuskegee Institute
Porter Hall for Mr. A.H. Porter who donated money
One thing Booker T. Washington was determined to do concerning the school
To keep its credit good and repay loans quickly
Summer of 1882
Married to Fannie Smith of Malden, West Virginia
First wife, Fannie Smith, passes away
Child of Fannie Smith and Booker T. Washington
What is one thing students were required to do that many thought was unwise?
For students to construct their own buildings
Most trying experience while building
Brickmaking with no money or experience in bricklaying
The number of times it took to get bricks made for their building
Now an important industry at the school
A lesson that Booker T. Washington has learned
Merit is always recognized and rewarded no matter the color of the skin; the individual who can do something the world wants will make his way regardless of race
The biggest objection from parents
Didn't want their children to be forced to do manual labor but just be educated with books
Reverend Robert C. Bedford
Preacher of first chapel service and also a trustee of the Tuskegee Institute
Mr. Warren Logan
Treasurer of the Tuskegee Institute and acting principal when Booker T. Washington is gone
Biggest problem with the boarding at the school
Trying to serve meals at regular and fixed hours
Another lesson learned from General Armstrong
Assistance given to the weak makes the one who gives it strong and oppression of the unfortunate makes one weak
What Booker T. Washington learned about General Armstrong on his first visit to Tuskegee Institute
He was not only interested in the blacks but also in the happiness and prosperity of the whites in the area
The amount students were charged for board at the Tuskegee Insitute
Two items that students at Tuskegee Institute made for themselves
Furniture and mattresses
An item that all students at Tuskegee Institute must have and use
One of the most difficult tasks to teach students
All buttons should be kept on clothes and there should be no torn places or grease spots
Why did Booker T. build Alabama Hall?
To house more students
How did General Armstrong help with Alabama Hall?
He took Booker T. on a tour of the North to help raise funds
What are the two rules of begging?
1. Always do your duty with regard to telling people about the work and don't worry about the results.
2. Keep calm, self-possessed, patient and polite
What city does he say has a christlike spirit?
What famous man donated money for their library?
Who are two men who have helped with the education of the Negro?
Honor J. L.M. Curry and Mr. Morris K. Jesup
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