Essay heading: A Chief Lieutenant of the Tuskegee Machine: Charles Banks of Mississippi

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July 21, 1996

 

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A second ingredient would be Booker T. Washington. After Banks met Washington at an inaugural meeting of the National Negro Business League, Banks impressed Washington with his business suave, Washington immediately placed Banks as his trusted correspondent. Washington and his secretary, Emmett Scott, relied upon Banks for information about Mississippi affairs...
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Washington and his secretary, Emmett Scott, relied upon Banks for information about Mississippi affairs. Through Banks newfound connection to Booker T., Banks was able to obtain affluent connections and financial aid for Mound Bayou. Banks' seemed most well-known for his financial comings and goings, but mainly for his investment in the Mound Bayou Oil Mill and the Bank of Mound Bayou...
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