Pamphlet printed by the school's print shop of the speech given by Frederick Douglass at the school on April 6, 1893. The Indian Helper for July 21, 1893 announced that it was available at the price of ten cents.
Douglass' speech, "Self-Made Men," was a famous one, first delivered by him in 1859. This printed version summarizes some introductory remarks made by Douglass at the school. The article about his speech in The Indian Helper (April 14, 1893) quotes him as saying, "Usually I am Negro, but to-night I am Indian out and out."