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SOME PHASES

OF

THE NEGRO QUESTION

BY

CHARLES W. MELICK, B.Sc., M.S.

1908

DAVID H. DELOE

MT. RAINIER, MD.
AND WASHINGTON, D. C.

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Chapter I. Origin of the Negro

2. Carroll's Theory of the Origin of the Indian and

Mongolian
3. The Effect of the Importation of the Negro Into

America and Influence of the Ballot in his Hands
4. Rate of Increase of the Negro
5. Negro Labor in Competition with Anglo-Saxon

Labor.
6. Amalgamation is Slowly, but Gradually, Increasing
7. The Tuskegee Institute and Negro Education in

the United States
8. Statistics of the Negro in the United States as Af-

fected by Education
9. Occupation of the American Negro; has Education

Influenced it ?
10. The Influence of Booker T. Washington Should

Extend to Liberia
11. Two Factions Among the Negroes of the United

States.
12. Opinions of Eminent Northern Men Before and

After Having Visited the South .
13. Extracts from Senator Tillman's Speeches in the

United States Senate Chamber
14. Literature on the Negro Question
15. Local Option in the South
16. References from the Daily Press
17. Results of Colonizing the American Negro in Africa
18. The Opinion of Americo-Africans Regarding Col-

onization There
19. General Conclusions

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