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020    9780826212269 (cloth) 
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050 00 LC2707|b.A53 1999 
082 00 370/.8996/073|221 
100 1  Anderson, Eric,|d1949- 
245 10 Dangerous donations :|bnorthern philanthropy and southern 
       Black education, 1902-1930 /|cEric Anderson and Alfred A. 
       Moss, Jr. ; with a foreword by Louis R. Harlan 
260    Columbia, Mo. :|bUniversity of Missouri Press,|cc1999 
300    xv, 245 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-238) and index
505 0  Foreword / by Louis R. Harlan. -- Acknowledgments. -- 
       Introduction. -- The African American agenda for 
       education. -- Ogdenism and its enemies. -- The education 
       of a philanthropist: William H. Baldwin, Jr., 1898-1905. -
       - The general education board's choices. -- The founding 
       of the American Church Institute for Negroes, 1906-1914. -
       - The triumph of the South: Robert W. Patton and the ACIN.
       -- The transformation of Northern philanthropy for Black 
       South. 
650  0 African Americans|xEducation|zSouthern States|xFinance
       |xHistory 
650  0 Endowments|zSouthern States|xHistory 
700 1  Moss, Alfred A.,|d1943- 
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