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|List of Illustrations||p. vii|
|List of Abbreviations||p. xxiii|
|From Orphaned Black to Printer's Devil: Taylor's Early Years in "God's Country"||p. 14|
|Labor Agitator, Newspaper Editor, and Political Novice: Schools of Hard Knocks||p. 28|
|Emergence of a Black Activist: Succeeding in the African American World... MORE||p. 57|
|Taylor as the National Democrat: Black and Equal||p. 86|
|Taylor's Campaign to Become President: A Duty to Himself and His Race||p. 107|
|Escape to a Warm Place: Retreat and Reconstruct||p. 135|
|Taylor's Interview with the Sun after the 1904 Election||p. 155|
|Election Data for Nine Political Parties and Candidates in the 1904 Election||p. 159|
|Chart of George Edwin Taylor's Life||p. 161|
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Bruce L. Mouser is professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse.