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History

 

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Bryan T

 

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December 17, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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During this time, many blacks were thirsty for education, had an opportunity to perceive it, and pursued it with great success. Eliza Clark, known as the “mother of Clarksdale schools”, assisted the banks children with their education. Charley and his family seemed to be very attached to the Clarks...
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Charley and his family seemed to be very attached to the Clarks. He displayed signs of honesty and promise and he left an impression upon them during his youth. The relationship was long standing and affected Charley’s views on race relations. For blacks, social status came from being favorites by prominent white families...
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