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MARCH YOUR SON OFF TO
Wilberforce University

The only school in the country for Negro Youth which has a Military Department equipped by the National Government, and commanded by a detailed United States Army Officer.
DEPARTMENTS
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NORMAL
COMMERCIAL
CLASSICAL
SCIENTIFIC
TECHNICAL
THEOLOGICAL
MUSICAL
PREPARATORY
Banking taught by the actual operations in the Students' Savings Bank. Twelve Industries, 180 acres of beautiful campus, Ten Buildings. Healthful surroundings, exceptional community. Maintained in part by the State of Ohio which supplies facilities for the thorough training of teachers. 
Fall term began September, 1912. Write for Catalog.
W. S. SCARBOROUGH, President
WM. A. JOINER, Superintendent, C. N. I. Department
Address all communications to 
BOX 36 WILBERFORCE, OHIO
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ATLANTA UNIVERSITY 

IS BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GA. THE COURSES OF STUDY INCLUDE HIGH SCHOOL, NORMAL SCHOOL AND COLLEGE, WITH MANUAL TRAINING AND DOMESTIC SCIENCE. AMONG THE TEACHERS ARE GRADUATES OF YALE, HARVARD, DARMOUTH, SMITH AND WELLESLEY. Forty-one years of successful work have completed. Students come from all parts of the South. Graduates are almost universally successful.

   For further information address
   PRESIDENT EDWARD T. WARE
          ATLANTA, GA.
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Knoxville   College
Beautiful Situation. Healthful Location.
The Best Moral and Spiritual Environment.
A Splendid Intellectual Atmosphere.
Noted for Honest and Thorough Work.
Offers full courses in the following departments:
College, Normal, High School, Grammar School and Industrial.
Good water, steam heat, electric lights, good drainage. Expenses very reasonable.
Opportunity for Self-help.
Fall Term Began September, 1912.
For information address
President R. W. McGRANAHAN
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
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Virginia Union University
RICHMOND, VA.

A College Department, of high standards and modern curriculum.

A Theological Department, with all subjects generally required in the best theological seminaries. 

An Academy, with manual training, giving a preparation for life or for college.

The positive moral and religious aim of the school, its high standards of entrance and of class work, its fine new buildings and well-equipped laboratories and library prepare a faithful students for a life of wide usefulness.

GEORGE RICE HOVEY, President
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Fisk University
NASHVILLE, TENN.

The largest colored college in the South. A new department of sociology and social service. A notable equipment in land and buildings. Endorsed by the General Education Board. For information address
GEORGE A. GATES, President

Mention The Crisis.

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THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES

PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE, AT 26 VESSEY STREET. NEW YORK CITY
Edited by W. E. BURGHARDT DU BOIS, with the co-operation of Oswald Garrison Villard, W. S. Braithwaite, M. W. Ovington, Charles Edward Russell and others.

Contents for November, 1912
ARTICLES
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|Articles|PAGE|
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|THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY AND THE NEGRO. By Jane Addams|30|
|THE COLORED MAGAZINE IN AMERICA|33|
|THE RELIGION OF SLAVERY. By Charles Edward Stowe|36|
|SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR. By Alfred Noyes (Reprinted)|40|
|HISTORIC DAYS IN NOVEMBER. By L. M. Hershaw|26|

DEPARTMENTS
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|Departments|PAGE|
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|ALONG THE COLOR LINE|7|
|MEN OF THE MONTH|15|
|OPINION|18|
|EDITORIAL|27|
|WHAT TO READ. By Jessie Fauset|38|
|NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE|39|

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