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The annual address delivered before the faculty, students, and friends of Claflin University and the Claflin College of Agriculture & Mechanical Institute, May 22nd, 1889, Orangeburg, S.C

The annual address delivered before the faculty, students, and friends of Claflin University and the Claflin College of Agriculture & Mechanical Institute, May 22nd, 1889, Orangeburg, S.C

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Arnett, a prominent cleric and later the AME bishop of South Carolina and Georgia, talks about the development and evolution of African American education in the U.S., with special focus on South Carolina in the late 19th century. Arnett also speaks about race relations in the U.S.
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