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Life lines of success : a practical manual of self-help for the future development of ambitious colored Americans : being a collection of inspiring essays on the great opportunities of a noble people : lessons from the ancient and glorious history of the race and the wonderfull civilization of our ancestors as an example for future generations : words of wisdom from the wiseman's philosophy as a guide to a happy and successful life, to which is added Life lines of knowledge, presenting a series of valuable instructions for the self-improvement of those who are ambitious to keep step with the progress of the race : illustrating the prosperity and achievements of colored Americans as told by the camera /

Title:Life lines of success : a practical manual of self-help for the future development of ambitious colored Americans : being a collection of inspiring essays on the great opportunities of a noble people : lessons from the ancient and glorious history of the race and the wonderfull civilization of our ancestors as an example for future generations : words of wisdom from the wiseman's philosophy as a guide to a happy and successful life, to which is added Life lines of knowledge, presenting a series of valuable instructions for the self-improvement of those who are ambitious to keep step with the progress of the race : illustrating the prosperity and achievements of colored Americans as told by the camera /
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Subject:African Americans
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