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Up from Slavery Chapter Summary & Analysis - Europe Summary

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Europe Summary and Analysis

Washington marries Margaret James Murray in 1893. She is a teacher and Lady Principal at Tuskegee and the couple share an intense interest in the success of the school. She is also involved in several area organizations and works with local people in an array of capacities. Washington's daughter, Portia, has learned the skill of dressmaking, has a talent for music and teaches at Tuskegee. Baker is a brick maker and aspires to be an architect. Earnest is planning to be a physician and spends part of his time working with a local physician.

While in Boston, some patrons notice Washington seems tired and raise the money for a trip to Europe. They also raise the money for the operation of the school while he's away and insist that he and his wife take the vacation. Washington notes that he decides to accept because "every avenue...

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