The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861

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Excerpt: ...any other class of their population. Footnote 1: African Repository, vol. xxxii., p. 16. But great as was the interest of the religious element, the movement for the education of the Negroes of the South did not again become a scheme merely for bringing them into the church. Masters had more than one reason for favoring the enlightenment of the slaves. Georgia slaveholders of the more liberal class came forward about the middle of the nineteenth century, advocating the education of Negroes as a means to increase ...

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