Nathan B. Young and the Struggle over Black Higher Education

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I wish to gratefully acknowledge the guidance and criticism of Dr. Arvarh E. Strickland, who supervised this study in the dissertation stage. Dr. John L. Bullion also read the manuscript and offered many helpful suggestions. The other members of my committee, Dr. William M. Wiecek, Dr. Winfield J. Burggraaff, and Dr. Michael D. Woodard, were also helpful and supportive. Numerous librarians and their staffs helped immensely, and I thank everyone at the State Historical Society of Missouri, the Western Historical Manuscript Collection, Missouri Historical Society, University of Missouri, Washington University, the Archives of Oberlin College, University of Virginia, the Archives of the University of Florida, Savery Library, Talladega College, Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, the Carver Research Foundation of Tuskegee Institute, the Amistand Research Center, Dillard University, the Florida Department of State, Division of Archives, History, and Record Management, and the Southern Historical Collection of the University of North Carolina Library. An examination of the Black Archives, Florida A&M University was essential to this study. Leedel W. Neyland, John W. Riley, and James Eaton were very helpful. Especially important was an examination of the Archives of Lincoln University and the Special Collection on Black History in Inman Page Library. I also would like to thank John Waide of Saint Louis University Archives, Pope Pius XII Memorial Library for guiding me through the Nathan B. Young Jr. Collection. Besides the librarians, many of the faculty, staff, and students at Lincoln University proved to be supportive in one way or another. Especially helpful were the late Dr. Lorenzo J. Greene, emeritus professor of history, who read the entire manuscript and made many

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