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Emmett J. Scott: Negro Music that Stirred France

Language:
English
Genres:
Fiction & Literature, Childrens Fiction, Historical

Emmett Jay Scott was an educator and publicist, famously known as being Booker T. Washington's closest advisor and Special Advisor of Black Affairs to Secretary of War Newton D. Baker, making him the highest ranking African American in President Woodrow Wilson's administration.

"Negro Music that Stirred France" is a famous historical story, written by Emmett J. Scott. In order to know what made America great — each of us should read and study more about the nations, people and folk! This short story describes hard times of the African Americans. "Negro Music that Stirred France" demonstrates a lot of facts about their nations. This work of the author has a historical point of view. If you are interested in in-depth study of different nations and races — this story will be for you!

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