Newspaper article examining the different views on the "Negro question" between the north and south. The article concludes that it is best for "national unity" that each section of the country pursue "its own inclination."
Race relations; Racism; African Americans--Attitudes; African Americans--Politics and government; Southern States; United States--Mason-Dixon Line; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Washington, Booker T., 1856-1915
Booker T. Washington writes of President Roosevelt's concern for the press coverage regarding the attitude of African-Americans in Boston.
African Americans--Attitudes; Press coverage; Massachusetts--Boston
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