The following is a list of books and articles by and about Carter G. Woodson which can be found at the West Virginia State Archives Library.
Up From Slavery (Tuskegee Institute Press, 1901). AL.
The Future of The American Negro (Boston, Small, Maynard
and Company, 1899).
A New Negro For A New Century (Arro Press, 1969). Reprint
of the 1900 edition.
The Man Farthest Down: A Record of Observation and Study in
Europe (Double, Page Company, 1912).
Tuskegee: Its People: Their Ideals and Achievements D.
Appleton and Company, 1905).
Working With Hands...Covering The Author's Experience in
Industrial Training at Tuskegee (Doubleday, Page and Company,
The Story of The Negro: The Rise of The Race From Slavery
(Negro Universities Press, 1969). Reprint at the
The Story of My Life and Work (Negro Universities Press,
printed 1900 edition, 1969).
Mathews, Basil Joseph. Booker T. Washington: Educator and
Interracial Interpreter (Harvard University Press, 1948).
Harlan, Lois R. Booker T. Washington in Perspective: Essays of Louis R. Harlan edited by Raymond W. Smock (University Press of Mississippi, 1988).
The Booker T. Washington Papers , V:1-6 (University of
Illinois Press, 1972).
Young, Alfred. The Educational Philosophies of Booker T.
Washington and Carter G. Woodson: A Liberating Proxis
(University Microfilms, 1978).
Hawkins, Hugh. Booker T. Washington and His Critics: The
Problem of Negro Leadership (Heath Publication, 1962).
Spencer, Samuel R. Booker T. Washington and The Negro's Place
in American Life (Little Brown, 1955).
Jackson, Walter Clinton. A Boy's Life of Booker T.
Washington (MacMillian Company, 1922).
Scott, Emmett Jay. Booker T. Washington, Builder of a
Civilization (Doubleday, Page and Company, 1916).
Drinker, Fredrick E. Booker T. Washington, The Mastermind of
A Child of Slavery (National Publishing Company, 1915).
Hubbard, Elbert. Booker T. Washington (The Roycrafters,
B 317H Pam
Denton, Virginia Lantz. Booker T. Washington and The Adult
Education Movement (University of Florida, 1993).
Meir, August. Negro Thought In Amercia, 1880 - 1915
(University of Michigan Press, 1963).
Matthews, Victoria Earle. Black-Belt Diamonds (Negro
Universities Press, 1969).
Washington, Ernest Davidson. Quotations of Booker T.
Washington (Tuskegee Institute Press, 1938).
Selected Speeches of Booker T. Washington (Doubleday,
Doran & company, 1932).
Bontemps, Arna Wendell. Young Booker T. Washington's Early
Days (Dodd, Mead, 1972).
Harlen, Louis B. Booker T. Washington and The Kanawha Valley
1875-1879 (West Virginia History) Vol. 33, 1972-72.
Booker T. Washington's West Virginia Boyhood. (West
Virginia History) Vol. 31, 1970- 71
Highways, West Virginia Department of. Record of The Booker
T. Washington Memorial Relocation Project 1979.
"At Cabin, Honoring a Town's Son," 3-31-1996
"Biography of Booker T. Washington," 1897
"Bolder Booker T. Washington Envisioned," 6-4-1985
"Booker T. and His Malden Neighbors," 11-2-1989
"Booker T. Washington: Practical Politician," n.d.
"Booker T. Washington: A Landmark Project," 8-1990
"Booker T. Washington's Rise to Greatness," 9-5-1960
"Booker T. Washington: American Saga," 11-1963
"Booker T. Washington That's Who It Was," 3-7-1964
"Booker T. Washington's Boyhood Home May Be Rebuilt," 7-18-1939
"Booker T. Washington Monument Memorial," 9-1963
"Booker T., King Paralleled," n.d.
"Booker T. Washington's Last Descendant Dies at 84," 8-21-1969
"Booker T. Washington Merits a Better Site," 8-31-1979
"Bust Repaired," 8-21-1979
"Educator 'Back Home'," 11-22-1963
"Educator was as much an influential politician," Charleston Gazette, 2-26-1998.
"Elbarton Granite Memorial Honors Famed Negro Leader," 10-3-1964
"Famous Malden Native Returns," 9-19-1995
"Governor Honors Group That Retraced 1865 Walk," 6-21-1997
"Honor Delayed," 9-22-1963
"It Was Booker T. Washington That's Who It Was," 3-7-1964
"Know Your State, Booker T. Washington," 4-13-1963
"Late Booker T. Washington Educator, Got Start in Kanawha County," 3-19-1922
"Memorial Address in Honor of Dr. Booker T. Washington," 1916
"Monument a Disgrace, Expert Says," 10-23-1979
"Moving On, Justice Clarence Thomas Takes Text from Booker T. Washington," 4-1996
"Negro Educator First Worked in Coal Mines," 7-31-1963
"Nothing Left But Historic Brick Walls in Historic Malden Home," 12-18-1976
"Picture of Mr. Washington in his Office at Tuskegee," n.d.
"Picture of Booker T. Washington and Sons," 4-27-1989
"Putting Booker T. Back Together," 8-16-1979
"Recollections on Booker T. Washington," 7-21-1959
"Sketch of Early Boyhood Home of Booker T. Washington at Malden WV," n.d.
"Struggle for Education," 5-1987
Booker T. Washington
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