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Tuskegee Institute Press The Skegean

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09587.210 Author/Creator: Tuskegee Institute Press Place Written: Tuskegee, Alabama Type: Book Date: 1940-1941 Pagination: 111 p. ; 15 x 11.5 cm.

A handbook created by the students of the Tuskegee Institute intended to be a guide to life at Tusekegee during the academic year 1940-1941. The book contains the Student Council Constitution, descriptions of social organizations and officers for the academic year, details on sports teams, school rules and policies, lyrics to school songs, school slang, list of "celebrity" students and a faculty/staff directory.

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