Table of contents for The selected writings of William Sanders Scarborough : Black classicist and race leader / edited by Michele Valerie Ronnick.

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Chronological Order
1. "A Nationality," Christian Recorder (April 13, 1876).
2. "Echoes from the South," Christian Recorder (June 29, 1876).
3. Review of Theophilus Gould Steward's My First Four Years in the Itineracy of 
the A.M.E. Church, Christian Recorder (Dec. 13, 1877). 
4."The Exodus-A Suicidal Scheme- The Machinations of Disappointed Office 
Seekers," Christian Recorder (Jan. 3, 1878).
5. "Vacation Notes: The Cesnola Collection," Christian Recorder (Aug. 29, 
1878).
6. "Civil Status of the Southern Negro," People's Advocate (Sept. 11, 1880).
7. "The Claims of the Colored Citizen upon the Republican Party," Christian 
Recorder (June 23, 1881). 
8. Preface to First Lessons in Greek (August, 1881).
9. "Journalism and Colored Journalists," People's Advocate (Nov. 12, 1881).
10. "Journalists, no. II," People's Advocate (Nov. 26, 1881).
11. "Our Distinguished Visitors Ex-Senator and Mrs. Bruce," Christian Recorder 
(Nov. 27, 1881). 
12. "Journalists, no. III," People's Advocate (Feb. 4, 1882).
13. "Prof. Richard Greener: His Commendable Career and Claims to Recognition," 
Christian Recorder (February 9, 1882).
14. "Our Schools and Their Needs," Christian Recorder (March 23, 1882). 
15. "The Utility of Studying the Greek," two parts Christian Recorder (April 12, 
1883) and (August 2, 1883).
16."Our Political Status," an address delivered to the Colored Men's Interstate 
Conference, Pittsburgh PA (April 28, 1884).
17. "The Theory and Function of the Thematic Vowel in the Greek Verb," 
Transactions of the American Philological Association 15(July 1884) vi.	
										 [summary]	
18. "The Greek of the New Testament," A.M.E. Church Review 1(1884) 37-45.
19. "Frederick Douglass: The Democrats Return to Power: Its Effect?,"A.M.E. 
Church Review (Jan. 1885) 215-216.
20 . "Ohio's Black Laws," Cleveland Gazette (Feb. 14, 1885).
21. Review of Daniel Payne's A Treatise on Domestic Education (Cranston and 
Stowe Cincinnati) Christian Recorder (August 2, 1885).
22. "Fatalism in Homer and Virgil," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 16(July 1885) xxxvi-xxxvii. 		 
[summary]
23. Review of H.M. Turner's Genius and Theory of Methodist Polity (AME Book 
Concern, Philadelphia, 1885) "Methodist Polity," Christian Recorder (Sept. 17, 
1885).
24. "Hon. Frederick Douglass," Cleveland Gazette (Mar. 20, 1886). 
25, Summer Saunterings," Christian Recorder (Aug. 26, 1886).
26. "Summer Saunterings," Christian Recorder (Sept. 9, 1886).
27. "Summer Saunterings," Christian Recorder (Sept. 16, 1886).
28. "Summer Saunterings," Christian Recorder (Sept. 23, 1886).
29. "Summer Saunterings," Christian Recorder (Oct. 21, 1886).
30."On Fatalism in Homer and Virgil," AME Church Review 2(1886) 132-38. 	
									 
31. "The New College Fetich," A.M.E. Church Review 3(1886) 126-135.
 {with extra CHARTS]
32. "The Birds of Aristophanes and a Theory of Interpretation," Transactions of 
the American Philological Association 17 (July 1886) vii. 		 [summary]
33. The Birds of Aristophanes: A Theory of Interpretation (Boston: J. H. Cushing 
& Co. 1886). 	
34. Review of "Hale on the Art of Reading Latin," Education 8(Nov. 1887) 198-
202. 
35. "Grote on Thuc. vi.17 (anelpistoi)," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 18( July 1887) v-vi. 				
	[summary]		 
36. "Ancipiti in Caesar, B.G. I.26," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 18(July 1887) xxxviii. 					[summary]	
37. "Xenophon, Andocides- Which?" Journal of Education 27(May 17, 1888) 311. 
38. "Xenophon, Andocides, Cebes-Which?," Journal of Education 28(Sept. 20, 
1888) 223. 	 		 
39. "Why I am a Republican," Detroit Plaindealer (August 3, 1888).
40. "Observations on the Fourth Eclogue of Vergil," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 19 (July 1888) xxxvi-xxxviii.	 [summary] 
41. "The Teaching of the Classical Languages IV, Ancipiti (Caesar's de Bello 
Gallico)," Education 9(Dec. 1888) 263-268. 	
42. "The Teaching of the Classical Languages V., On the Accent and Meaning of 
Arbutus," Education 9(Feb. 1889) 396-398.
	 
43. "The Future of the Negro," Forum 7 (Mar. 1889) 80-89.
44. "Notes on Andocides," Transactions of the American Philological Association 
20 (July, 1889) v-vi. 			 [summary] 
45. "The Teaching of the Classical Languages VI., Observations on the Fourth 
Eclogue of Virgil," Education 10(Sept.1889) 28-33. 
46. "The Political Necessity of a Federal Election Law," Our Day 6(July, 1890) 
25-33.										 
47. "The Race Problem," Arena 2 (Oct. 1890) 560-67.
48. "The Negro Element in Fiction," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 21( July 1890) xlii-xliv. 
[summary]
49. Introduction to W.J. Gaines, African Methodism in the South or Twenty-
Five Years of Freedom (Atlanta: Franklin Press, 1890) ix-xi.
50. "The Negro Question from the Negro Point of View," Arena 4(July 1891) 219-
222.
51. "An Inside View of the Convict Lease System," Indianapolis Freeman (Dec. 7, 
1891) 5.	
52. "Bellerophon's Letters," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 22(1891) l-liii. [summary]
53. "On Grote's Interpretation of anelpistoi," Education 12(Jan.1892) 286-293. 
	
54. "Race Legislation for Railways," Our Day 9(July, 1892) 478-485.
55. "As You Like It," Cleveland Gazette (Oct. 1, 1892). 
56. "Chronological Order of Plato's Dialogues," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 23(1892) vi-viii. 			 [summary]
57. Introduction to James Monroe Gregory, Frederick Douglass, the Orator 
(Chicago: Afro-Am Press, 1969, reprt. 1893) 5-12.
58. "The Negro Problem," Leslie's (September 28, 1893) 206.	
59. "The Chronological Order of Plato's Writings," Education 14(Dec. 1893) 213-
218.							 
60. "Hunc inventum inveni (Plautus, Captivi 442)," 1893 Transactions of the 
American Philological Association 24(1893) xvi-xix. 
[summary]
61. "The Late Bishop Daniel A. Payne, D.D.," Leslie's Weekly (Jan. 11, 1894) 
p. 23. 
62. "Bishop Payne as an Educator," Christian Recorder (Jan. 25, 1894). 
 63. "Cena, deipnon, prandium, ariston," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 25(July 1894) xxiii-xxv.			 
[summary]
64. "A Summer Outing: American Philological Association," Christian Recorder 
(August 23, 1894).
65. "Function and Future of Foreign Languages in Africa," Methodist Review 76 
(Nov.-Dec. 1894) 890-899. 			 
66. "The Roman Coena," A.M.E. Church Review 10(1894) 348-57.
 
67. "McKinley and Douglass," Cleveland Gazette (May 25, 1895). 
68. Introduction to Benjamin Tucker Tanner, The Color of Solomon- What? (AME 
Book Concern, Philadelphia: 1895) v-viii.
69. "Negro's Part in a Presidential Nomination," Leslie's (July 1896) 67; 71.
70. "Creole Folk-Tale: Compair Bouki and Compair Lapin," Southern Workman 
25(Sept. 1896) 186. 
71. "Folklore and Ethnology (Old Saws)," Southern Workman 25(Oct. 1896 ) 206. 
72. "The New South and Hampton's Part in It," Southern Workman 25(October, 
1896) 194-195.
73. "Notes on the Function of Modern Languages in Africa," Transactions of the 
American Philological Association 27(July 1896) xlvi-xlviii. 
74. "Negro Folklore and Dialect," Arena (Jan. 1897) 186-192. 
75. "The Negro and the Trades," Southern Workman 26 (Feb. 1897) 26-27. 	
							 
76. "The American Negro Academy," Leslies 22(1897) 264.
77. Introduction to J. M. Conner, Doctrines of Christ or The Teachings of Jesus, 
Little Rock: Printing Department of Shorter University, 1897)viii-xiii.
78. "Iphigenia in Euripides and Racine," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 29(July 1898) lviii-lx. 			 
79. "The Negro as an Army Officer," Christian Register (Aug. 18, 1898) 933-
934.
80. "The Educated Negro and Menial Pursuits," Forum (Dec. 1898) 434-440.	
81. "One Heroine-Three Poets, part I," Education 19(Dec. 1898) 213-221.
82. Lincoln Day Banquet, Feb. 11, 1899, Dayton Ohio "The Party of Freedom and 
the Freedman: A Reciprocal Duty" in Alice Dunbar, Masterpieces of Negro 
Eloquence NY, 1916.
83. "One Heroine-Three Poets, part II," Education 19(Jan. 1899) 285-293. 
84. "From Spade to Sword," Christian Register (Mar. 16, 1899) 207-208.
85. "The Negro in Fiction as Portrayer and Portrayed," Southern Workman 
28(Sept.1899) 358-361. 
86. "Extracts from Thucydides, with Brief Notes: vii &,1; vii 8,2," Transactions 
of the American Philological Association 30(July 1899) vii-ix.	 [summary 
]
87. "The Negro's Duty to Himself," Indianapolis Freeman (Dec. 30, 1899).
88. "Booker T. Washington and his Work," Education 20(Jan.1900) 270-276. 	
 
89. Review of B.T. Washington's book Annals of the American Academy of Political 
and Social Sciences
 "The Future of the American Negro," 16(July-Nov., 1900) 145-147. 	
90. "Our New Possessions-An Open Door," Southern Workman 29 (July 1900) 422-
427. 
91. "Lawlessless vs. Lawlessness," Arena 24(1900) 478-483. 
92. "Iphigenia in Euripides, Racine and Goethe," Transactions of the American 
Philological Association 32(Dec. 1900) xxxvii-xxxiii.
93. Review of Tanner's Dispensations in the History of the Church, A.M.E. 
Church Review 16(1900) 360-366. 
94. "The Negro's Appeal to the Nation; A Plea for Justice," Howard's American 
Magazine (April, 1901) 378-381.
95. "The Negro and Our New Possessions," Forum 31(May 1901) 341-349. 		
								 
96. "Brief Notes on Thucydides," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 32(July 1901) lxxix.		 
[summary ]
97. "The Negro as a Factor in Business," Southern Workman 30(Aug. 1901) 455-59.
									 
98. Review of Booker T. Washington's Up From Slavery, Annals of the American 
Academy of Political and Social Sciences 18(Nov. 1901) 149-151.
99. "Henry Ossian [sic] Tanner," Southern Workman 31(Dec. 1902) 661-670. 
100. "What the Omen?" Competitor (1902) 6-8. 
101. "The Negro and Higher Learning," Forum 33(1902) 349-355. 
102. "Notes on the Meaning and Use of philon and xenon in Demosthenes' De Corona 
46," Transactions of the American Philological Association 	 33(July 1902) 
xx. 								
									 [summary]
	
103. "Alexandre Dumas," Southern Workman 32(July 1903) 313-317. 
104. The Educated Negro and His Mission (Wash. D.C.: The American Negro 
Academy, 1903) Occasional Paper number 8, pp. 3-11. 
105. "Notes on Andocides and the Authorship of the Oration Against Alcibiades" 
Tansactions of the American Philological Association 34(July 1903) xli.	
								 
[summary]
106. "Alexander Sergeivitch Pushkin, pt. I," SouthernWorkman 33(Mar.1904) 162-
165. 						 
 "Alexander Sergeivitch Puskin, pt. II," Southern Workman 33(Apr.1904) 234-
236. 	
107. "The Relation of the Teacher to the Moral and Social Elevation of the 
Race," Hampton Negro Conference 8(July 1904) 79-83.
108. "Daniel Alexander Payne," Southern Workman 33(Dec. 1904) 683-688.	 
109. "White vs. Black ," Voice of the Negro 1.1 (1904) 25-28. 		
	 
110. "The Moral of Race Conflict," Voice of the Negro 1.3 (1904) 90-93. 
111. "The Negro and the Louisiana Purchase Exposition," Voice of the Negro 1.8 
(1904) 312-315. 		
112. "Roosevelt: The Man, the Patriot, the Statesman," Voice of the Negro 1.9 
(1904) 391-393. 
113. "From the Thames to the Tiber," Voice of the Negro 1.10(1904) 466-475.
114. "The Negro's Duty in the Present Contest," Voice of the Negro 1.11 (1904) 
531-533.
115. "The True Aim of Education," Southern Teacher's Advocate (Sept. 1905) 1-5.
116. "The Emancipation of the Negro," Voice of the Negro 2.2. (1905) 121-25. 
117. "In and Around Edinburgh," Voice of the Negro 2.2(1905) 548-555. 
118. "Our Pagan Teachers," Voice of the Negro 2.6(1905) 404-406. 	
119. "The Negro Criminal Class- How Best Reached, Part I," Voice of the Negro 
2.11(1905) 803-804.								 
 "The Negro Criminal Class- How Best Reached, Part II," Voice of the Negro 
2.12(1905) 867-869. 								 
120. "The Negro's Program for 1906," Voice of the Negro 3.1(1906) 47-49.
121. Introduction to Horace Talbert, The Sons of Allen (Xenia, OH: Aldine 
Press, 1906) vii-ix.
122. "English Principle vs American Prejudice," Voice of the Negro 3.5(1906) 
346-349. 		
123. "Notes on Thucydides," Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 37(Jan. 1907) xxx-xxxi. 				 [summary]
124. "An Appeal to Colored Voters," Cleveland Journal (Oct. 9, 1907).		
				 
125. "A Subsidized North," Voice of the Negro 4.1 (1907) 31-34.		 
126. "Race Integrity," Voice of the Negro 4.4(1907) 197-202. 
127. "Greeks and Suicide" Transactions of the American Philological 
Association 38(Dec. 1907) xxii-xxiii. 			 
[ summary]
128. Commencement Address: "The Negro Graduate-His Mission," (June 1908).
129. "Unveiling of Dunbar Monument," (June 26, 1909).
130."The College as a Source of Culture," Sodalian (Oct. 1909) 3-7.
131. "President's Address," Wilberforce Night by the Wilberforce University 
Club of Washington, D.C., March 8, 1910 (Washington, D.C.: Murray Brothers, 
1910) 17-23. 
132. "Congress of Races," Christian Recorder (September 14, 1911).
133. "Personal Influence," Sodalian (Oct. 1913) 1-6.
31(1914) 135-44. 
134. "Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Poet Laureate of the Negro Race," AME Review 
31(1914) 135-144.
135. "William Hayes Ward," Independent (Sept. 11, 1916) 386-387.
136. What Should Be the Standard of the University, College, Normal School, 
Teacher Training and Secondary Schools, (Durham, NC: National Training School, 
1916).
137. "Howard University's Semi-Centennial," Independent 89 (Mar. 19, 1917) 
505. 
138. Wilberforce in the War (Xenia, Ohio: Eckerle Printing Co.,1918).
139. "Race Riots and their Remedy," Independent 99(Aug. 16, 1919) 223.
140. "Warren G. Harding," Competitor 3(1921) 7-8.
141. A Tribute to Colonel Young (Philadelphia: A.M.E. Book Concern, 1922).	
							
142. "Optimisms in Negro Farm Life," Opportunity (Feb. 1926) 65-67. 
143. Tenancy and Ownership Among Negro Farmers in Southampton, Virginia (U.S. 
Dept. of Agriculture: Washington, D.C, 1926, no. 1404). 	
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

African Americans -- History -- 1877-1964.
African Americans -- Civil rights -- History.
African Americans -- Social conditions -- To 1964.
African Americans -- Education -- History.
United States -- Race relations.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1865-1933.
African Americans in literature.
Classical literature -- History and criticism.
Greek language.
Scarborough, W. S. (William Sanders), 1852-1926 -- Travel.