Author:Wilford H. Smith
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|Booker Taliaferro Washington's personal lawyer.American lawyer and writer. The first black attorney to win a Supreme Court case (Carter v. Texas) and|
- Carter v. Texas (1900)
- The Negro and the Law (1903)
- Is the Negro Disfranchised?, The Outlook, April 29, 1905, pp. 1047-1048
- The Negro's Right to Jury Representation (c. 1909)
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