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1  In addition to this I had to speak before the church and Sunday-school, and at various other places.
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2  Her addition to the slave family attracted about as much attention as the purchase of a new horse or cow.
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3  I not only attended the weekly debating society, but was instrumental in organizing an additional society.
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4  Before going to school it had never occurred to me that it was needful or appropriate to have an additional name.
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5  In addition to this, I gave private lessons to several young men whom I was fitting to send to the Hampton Institute.
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6  There was no brickyard in the town, and in addition to our own needs there was a demand for bricks in the general market.
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7  In addition to this, she worked among the older people in and near Tuskegee, and taught a Sunday school class in the town.
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8  After we had secured all the help that we could in Tuskegee, Miss Davidson decided to go North for the purpose of securing additional funds.
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9  In addition to the usual routine of teaching, I taught the pupils to comb their hair, and to keep their hands and faces clean, as well as their clothing.
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10  If I had been compelled to pay the seventy dollars for tuition, in addition to providing for my board, I would have been compelled to leave the Hampton school.
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11  In this way they would obtain a start in their books and a knowledge of some trade or industry, in addition to the other far-reaching benefits of the institution.
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12  It was enough for us to know that we were pleasing General Armstrong, and that we were making it possible for an additional number of students to secure an education.
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13  As an additional result, hundreds of men are now scattered throughout the South who received their knowledge of mechanics while being taught how to erect these buildings.
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14  Those delivered before the coloured people had for their main object the impressing upon them the importance of industrial and technical education in addition to academic and religious training.
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15  In the plantation districts I found that, as a rule, the whole family slept in one room, and that in addition to the immediate family there sometimes were relatives, or others not related to the family, who slept in the same room.
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16  Soon after I began my first teaching in West Virginia I had picked out four of the brightest and most promising of my pupils, in addition to my two brothers, to whom I have already referred, and had given them special attention, with the view of having them go to Hampton.
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17  Even as a youth, and later in manhood, I had the feeling that it was cruelly wrong in the central government, at the beginning of our freedom, to fail to make some provision for the general education of our people in addition to what the states might do, so that the people would be the better prepared for the duties of citizenship.
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