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Fitts, Alston

Published by U.S.A.: Clairmont Press (1989)

ISBN 10: 0962331937 ISBN 13: 9780962331930

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From: George Kent, Bookseller (Silverhill, AL, U.S.A.)

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Item Description: U.S.A.: Clairmont Press, 1989. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. 1st Edition. This soft cover 1989 assumed first edition and is well illustrated. The book is bright and free of names and markings. There is one loose page, 165-188. That probably happened when the book was opened too hard. There is a darkened line running along the spine on both front and back covers. The book is fine plus and a great history.l. Bookseller Inventory # 22665

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Fitts, Alston

Published by Clairmont Press (1989)

ISBN 10: 0962331937 ISBN 13: 9780962331930

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Item Description: Clairmont Press, 1989. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fair. Softcover SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, in fair condition: binding glue cracked at page 167/168, which is loose, lower spine surface lifted. 230 pages, with photographs. Because the binding glue is brittle, additional cracks should be expected. [1.3 lbs]. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 065726

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Fitts III, Alston

Published by Clairmont Press, Selma, Alabama (1989)

ISBN 10: 0962331937 ISBN 13: 9780962331930

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Item Description: Clairmont Press, Selma, Alabama, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: Good +. Paperback. 10" X 6 5/8". 171pp, plus 13 pages of black and white photographs, plus index. Mild wear to paper wraps, with mild edgewear, light dust soiling, and sunning to spine and top edge. Binding is tight and sound, with no creasing to spine. Contents are clean, bright, and unmarked. Very heavily illustrated in black and white photographs, maps, and diagrams throughout, with a chapter on 1960s Selma event that looms largest in the nation's consciousness: the Civil Rights confrontations that took place in Selma during Martin Luther King Jr.'s campaign to secure equal voting rights. Contents: "Moore's Bluff Becomes The Queen City of the Black Belt"; The Queen City Grows as Storm Clouds Gather; Secession and Civil War: Selma, Arsenal of the Confederacy; Rebuilding and Reconstruction: Selma Rises From The Ashes; The Queen City Resumes Her Throne; Decline Of The Cotton Kingdom: Selma, 1911 to 1954; Selma, Birthplace of Equal Voting Rights: The Queen City, 1954-1965; The Queen City Recovers Its Poise: Selma, 1968-1988; People and Places, Selma and Dallas County. Bookseller Inventory # 1414

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Fitts III, Alston

Published by Clairmont Press, Selma, Alabama, USA (1989)

ISBN 10: 0962331937 ISBN 13: 9780962331930

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Item Description: Clairmont Press, Selma, Alabama, USA, 1989. Large Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition, First Printing. VG. First edition, first printing. Large paperback. SIGNED BY AUTHOR, without dedication or inscription on title-page. (viii),228pp. Profusely illustrated with photographs, line-drawings and maps. A well-researched and authoritative history, from the early nineteenth century, of the town of Selma, Alabama, USA. Made famous by the civil rights movement and Dr Martin Luther King in the 1960s. With Appendixes, Bibliography and Indexes. Non-authorial gift inscription to top of title-page; spotting to fore-edge; reading crease to spine; some age-tanning to edges of covers; small surface scuff to rear panel of covers; else a very good copy of a SCARCE first edition, first printing SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 16293

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Fitts III, Alston

Published by Clairmont Press (1989)

ISBN 10: 0962331937 ISBN 13: 9780962331930

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Item Description: Clairmont Press, 1989. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Signed First Edition, First Printing of this uncommon community history of a small city that looms large in 20th century American history -- Selma, Alabama. Traces the community's history from its origins in the early 19th century to the late 20th century and includies an interesting discussion of the town's most notable event -- the civil rights confrontations at Selma in the 1960s. Fitts forthrightly addresses the events of the civil rights era, although he constructs an interesting twist to the historical memory as the relevant chapter is entitled "Selma, Birthplace of Equal Voting Rights." Throughout the book, Fitts is diligent about weaving the history of Selma's African American population into the general narrative. Signed by Alston Fitts on the title page. 172 pages, large format paperback, illustrated. Has heavy foxing on covers, some creasing on the spine, and one page of text is loose. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 008675

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