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- "Club Work of Colored Women", Southern Workman, August 8, 1901, 435-438
- "Society Among the COlored People of Washington", Voice of the Negro (April 1904), 150-56
- "Lynching from a Negro's Point of View", North American Review 178 (June 1904), 853-868
- "The Washington Conservatory of Music for Colored People", Voice of the Negro (November 1904), 525-530
- "Purity and the Negro", Light (June 1905), 19-25
- "Paul Lawrence Dunbar", Voice of the Negro (April 1906), 271-277
- "Susan B. Anthony, the Abolitionist", Voice of the Negro (June 1906), 411-16
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- "Peonage in the United States: The Convict Lease System and the Chain Gangs", Nineteenth Century 62 (August 1907), 306-322
- "Phyllis Wheatley - An African Genius", Baha'i Magazine: Star of the West 19:7 (October 1928), 221-23
- A Colored Woman in a White World (1940), autobiography
- "I Remember Frederick Douglass", Ebony (1953), 73-80
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“The man who builds a factory builds a temple, that the man who works there worships there, and to each is due, not scorn and blame, but reverence and praise.”
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