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11 Famous Quotes by Alexander Crummell
3/3/1819 - 9/10/1898
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Error moves with quick feet and truth must never be lagging behind.

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Labor is the fruit of civilization, not the basis of it.

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It is only by closing the ears of the soul, or by listening too intently to the clamors of the sense, that we become oblivious of their utterances.

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Let our posterity know that we their ancestors, uncultured and unlearned, amid all trials and temptations, were men of integrity.

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Those too impressed with material things cannot hold their place n the world of culture; they are relegated to inferiority and ultimate death.

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Error moves with quick feet and truthmust never be lagging behind.

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Color is nothing, anywhere. Civilized condition differences men, all over the globe.

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It is a sad reflection . . . that a sense of responsibility which comes with power is the rarest of things.

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It is only by closing the ears of the soul, or by listening too intently to the clamors of the sense, that we become oblivious of their utterances.

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Strive to make something of yourself; then strive to make the most of yourself.

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The greatness of peoples springs from their ability to grasp the grand conceptions of being. It is the absorption of a people, of a nation, of a rare, in large majestic and abiding things which lifts them up to the skies.

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