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1  Ten years ago I organized at Tuskegee the first Negro Conference.
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2  There are few places in the South now where public sentiment would permit such organizations to exist.
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3  The night-school was organized on a plan similar to the one which I had helped to establish at Hampton.
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4  For weeks she visited individuals and spoke in churches and before Sunday schools and other organizations.
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5  This force is so organized and subdivided that the machinery of the school goes on day by day like clockwork.
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6  In this procession were prominent coloured citizens in carriages, as well as several Negro military organizations.
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography By Booker T. Washington
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7  To-day there are no such organizations in the South, and the fact that such ever existed is almost forgotten by both races.
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8  In the opposite corner of that same cabin was an organ for which the people told me they were paying sixty dollars in monthly instalments.
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9  First, always to do my whole duty regarding making our work known to individuals and organizations; and, second, not to worry about the results.
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10  Our preaching service, prayer-meetings, Sunday-school, Christian Endeavour Society, Young Men's Christian Association, and various missionary organizations, testify to this.
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11  Atlanta was literally packed, at the time, with people from all parts of the country, and with representatives of foreign governments, as well as with military and civic organizations.
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12  On my way North I stopped in New York to try to get a letter of recommendation from an officer of a missionary organization who had become somewhat acquainted with me a few years previous.
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13  When the group of jurors to which I was assigned met for organization, Mr. Thomas Nelson Page, who was one of the number, moved that I be made secretary of that division, and the motion was unanimously adopted.
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14  As to the kind of audience that I like best to talk to, I would put at the top of the list an organization of strong, wide-awake, business men, such, for example, as is found in Boston, New York, Chicago, and Buffalo.
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15  One of the most encouraging signs in connection with the Tuskegee school is found in the fact that the organization is so thorough that the daily work of the school is not dependent upon the presence of any one individual.
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16  Thomas Fortune, who has always upheld my hands in every effort, I organized the National Negro Business League, which held its first meeting in Boston, and brought together for the first time a large number of the coloured men who are engaged in various lines of trade or business in different parts of the United States.
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17  The best time to get hold of an organization of business men is after a good dinner, although I think that one of the worst instruments of torture that was ever invented is the custom which makes it necessary for a speaker to sit through a fourteen-course dinner, every minute of the time feeling sure that his speech is going to prove a dismal failure and disappointment.
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