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Bennett, Clifford T.; Dwight, Margaret L. – 1979
This paper describes black education during the Antebellum period and focuses on the efforts of the Freedmen's Bureau, philanthropic organizations, and the church to provide equal educational opportunities for blacks. It is pointed out that, before the Civil War, basic forms of education were provided to a few blacks by black and white ministers,…
Descriptors: Black Education, Church Role, Civil War (United States), Educational Development