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1  We wanted to teach the students how to bathe; how to care for their teeth and clothing.
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2  Nearly all had had enough actual contact with the world to teach them the need of education.
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3  We wanted to teach them what to eat, and how to eat it properly, and how to care for their rooms.
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography By Booker T. Washington
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4  I have always tried to teach my people that some provision for bathing should be a part of every house.
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5  Without regard to pay and with little thought of it, I taught any one who wanted to learn anything that I could teach him.
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6  The lesson that my mother taught me in this has always remained with me, and I have tried as best as I could to teach it to others.
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7  It was soon learned that he possessed considerable education, and he was engaged by the coloured people to teach their first school.
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8  At the close of the hotel season I returned to my former home in Malden, and was elected to teach the coloured school at that place.
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9  The students had come from homes where they had had no opportunities for lessons which would teach them how to care for their bodies.
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10  Ever since then I have had no patience with any school for my race in the South which did not teach its students the dignity of labour.
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11  Sometimes, after I had secured some one to teach me at night, I would find, much to my disappointment, that the teacher knew but little more than I did.
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12  He explained his position in the matter by saying that he was prepared to teach that the earth was either flat or round, according to the preference of a majority of his patrons.
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13  Whenever they were asked to do so, the Negro students gladly took the Indians as room-mates, in order that they might teach them to speak English and to acquire civilized habits.
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14  The first night I slept under both of them, and the second night I slept on top of them; but by watching the other boys I learned my lesson in this, and have been trying to follow it ever since and to teach it to others.
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15  I remember there came into our neighbourhood one of this class, who was in search of a school to teach, and the question arose while he was there as to the shape of the earth and how he could teach the children concerning the subject.
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16  The students were making progress in learning books and in developing their minds; but it became apparent at once that, if we were to make any permanent impression upon those who had come to us for training we must do something besides teach them mere books.
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17  During the one or two winters that I was with her she gave me an opportunity to go to school for an hour in the day during a portion of the winter months, but most of my studying was done at night, sometimes alone, sometimes under some one whom I could hire to teach me.
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