How Did the Views of Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois
toward Woman Suffrage Change between 1900-1915?

Document List

Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: Margaret Murray Washington, "Club Work Among Negro Women," 1895

Document 2: Susan Brownell Anthony to Booker T. Washington, 23 January 1900

Document 3: The Tenth Annual Report of the Tuskegee Woman's Club, 1905

Document 4: W.E.B. Du Bois to Miss M.B. Marston, 11 March 1907

Document 5: Booker T. Washington to Charles Monroe Lincoln, 14 December 1908 with enclosed "The Woman Suffrage Movement," 20 December 1908

Document 6A: Annie Nathan Meyer to Booker T. Washington, 7 January 1909

Document 6B: Booker T. Washington to Annie Nathan Meyer, 15 January 1909

Document 7A: Maud Nathan to Booker T. Washington, 28 January 1909

Document 7B: Booker T. Washington to Maud Nathan, 2 February 1909

Document 7C: Maud Nathan to Booker T. Washington, New York City, 11 February 1909

Document 8A: W.E.B. Du Bois, "Our Policy," The Horizon (November 1909)

Document 8B: W.E.B. Du Bois, "Women," The Horizon (December 1909)

Document 9: Mrs. John E. Milholland, "Talks About Women," December 1910

Document 10: Booker T. Washington to Monroe Nathan Work, 3 May 1911

Document 11A: Washington Gladden to Booker T. Washington, 19 July 1912

Document 11B: Booker T. Washington to Washington Gladden, 30 July 1912

Document 12: W.E.B. Du Bois, "Votes for Women," September 1912

Document 13: Adella Hunt Logan, "Colored Women as Voters," September 1912

Document 14A: Booker T. Washington to Mary L. Hay, 6 March 1915

Document 14B: Booker T. Washington to Paul M. Gottlieb, 16 August 1915

Document 15: W.E.B. Du Bois, "Votes for Women," August 1915

Document 16A: Francis J. Grimke, "The Logic of Woman Suffrage," August 1915

Document 16B: Oscar De Priest, "Chicago and Woman's Suffrage," August 1915

Document 16C: Benjamine Brawley, "Politics and Womanliness," August 1915

Document 16D: John Hurst, "Christianity and Woman," August 1915

Document 16E: J. W. Johnson, "About Aunties," August 1915

Document 16F: Robert H. Terrell, "Our Debt to Suffragists," August 1915

Document 16G: W. H. Crogman, "Woman in the Ancient State," August 1915

Document 16H: Charles W. Chesnutt, "Women's Rights," August 1915

Document 16I: John R. Lynch, "States Rights' and the Suffrage," August 1915

Document 16J: L.M. Hershaw, "Disenfranchisement in the District of Columbia," August 1915

Document 16K: Mrs. Paul Laurence Dunbar, "Votes and Literature," August 1915

Document 16L: Mary B. Talbert, "Women and Colored Women," August 1915

Document 16M: Coralie Franklin Cook, "Votes for Mothers," August 1915

Document 16N: Carrie W. Clifford, "Votes for Children," August 1915

Document 16O: Mary Fitzbulter Waring, "Training and the Ballot," August 1915

Document 16P: William Stanley Braithewaite, "Democracy and Art," August 1915

Document 16Q: N. H. Burroughs, "Black Women and Reform," August 1915

Document 16R: M. E. Jackson, "The Self-Supporting Woman and the Ballot," August 1915

Document 16S: Josephine St. Pierre Ruffin, "Trust the Women!" August 1915

Document 16T: A. W. Hunton, "Y. W. C. A." The Crisis, August 1915

Document 16U: Maria L. Baldwin, "Votes for Teachers," August 1915

Document 16V: Anna H. Jones, "Woman Suffrage and Social Reform," August 1915

Document 16W: Mrs. B. K. Bruce, "Colored Women's Club," August 1915

Document 16X: Elizabeth Lindsay Davis, "Votes for Philanthropy," August 1915

Document 16Y: Mary Church Terrell, "Woman Suffrage and the Fifteenth Amendment, " August 1915

Document 16Z: Lillian A. Turner, "Votes for Housewives," August 1915

Document 17: [W.E.B. Du Bois],"National Association for the Advancment of Colored People, Vitalizing the Fifteenth Amendment," August 1915

Document 18: [W.E.B. Du Bois], "The Copperhead Press," August 1915

Document 19: James Weldon Johnson, "The Black Mammy," August 1915

Document 20: Harriot Stanton Blatch, "Lincoln and Truth," August 1915

Document 21: Kelly Miller, "The Risk of Woman Suffrage," November 1915

Document 22: W.E.B. Du Bois, "Woman Suffrage," November 1915

Document 23: W.E.B. DuBois, "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others," 1903

                     

Women's Training at Tuskegee Institute, 1903

Image 1: Making and Upholstering Barrel Furniture

Image 2: The Taylor Shop

Image 3: Class in Dressmaking

Image 4: Mattress Making at Tuskegee

Image 5: The Class in Cooking and Housework at Miss Davis's School at the Russell Farm of the Thompson Plantation

Image 6: School Room at Miss Annie Davis's School

Image 7: The Students at Miss Davis's School

Image 8: Class in Plain Sewing at the Snow Hill Institute, Snow Hill, Alabama

Image 9: An Outdoor Class in Laundering at the Mount Meigs Institute

                     

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