Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 3 (1830), 353–54.

Mental Powers of African Negroes



Extract, Anecdote; Afterword

Publications extracted:

Benjamin Rush


Race, Mathematics, Education

    The anecdote of the 'amazing mental faculties in African negroes, who could neither read nor write' is used to argue against objections to their education (353).

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