[ tuhs-kee-gee ]


  1. a city in E Alabama: location of Tuskegee Institute.

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After 73 years, the remains of a Tuskegee airman lost over Europe may have been foundSoldiers complained about ill-fitting army clothes and said they disliked classical music and “hill billy” tunes.

Those worlds often echo all-too-real moments in American horror, be it the government’s Tuskegee experiments or the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

Washington's Tuskegee Institute, it should be noted, accepted women from the very start.

He had dismissed from Tuskegee a professor suspected of sexual involvement with women students.

Unusually for the era, Tuskegee was coeducational from the first.

Tuskegee's main business was to train teachers for segregated black primary schools.

Tuskegee's students could hardly afford the cost of tuition.

I remember asking a prominent white citizen of a town in Central Georgia if he knew anything about Tuskegee.

The graduates of Tuskegee have established more than fifteen similar schools in the South.

Early in the history of the Tuskegee Institute we began to combine industrial training with mental and moral culture.

In Tuskegee arms were purchased for the company by private subscription.

It was thus in 1881 that the famous Tuskegee Institute came to be started.