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Jones, Lois M.

Published by Ass. For the Study of Negro Life & History, Washington, D.C. (1944)

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About this Item: Ass. For the Study of Negro Life & History, Washington, D.C., 1944. Stapled. Condition: Very Good. Jones, Lois M. (illustrator). First Edition. Very good in wrappers with stamp and small sticker to front cover and stamp to back of front cover, light crease to middle. Complete issue. Also by Lois M. Jones is a page for children to color, "November Calendar: Harriet Tubman Leading the Way to Freedom." Noteworthy is the poem "Color" by Mavis M. Mixon. Articles: "The Negro in New York" by Carter G. Woodson and "Sojourner Truth" byh Catherine A. Latimer. Seller Inventory # 016986

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Jones, Lois M.

Published by Ass. For the Study of Negro Life & History, Washington, D.C. (1945)

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About this Item: Ass. For the Study of Negro Life & History, Washington, D.C., 1945. Stapled. Condition: Very Good. Jones, Lois M. (illustrator). First Edition. Very good in wrappers with 2 small stamps to front page and short closed terar to top spine. Also, "The Negro in the West Indies" by C.G. Woodson. Complete issue. Seller Inventory # 016990

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Emil Olbrich

Published by University of Wisconsin (1912)

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About this Item: University of Wisconsin, 1912. Soft cover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. This is the true first edition of this book. Price of 25 printed to front cover. Softcover with tanning/discoloration particularly to the wraps. Interior free of any marks. Previous owner's stamp to front cover. Seller Inventory # 0060209

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Wesley, Charles H. (editor)

Published by The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc.,, Washington D.C. (1967)

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About this Item: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc.,, Washington D.C., 1967. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. B/W Photos (illustrator). 1st. stapled wraps; includes items by/about: African-Americans; Black Studies; Elizabeth D. Koontz (editorial), Launey F. Roberts, Jr., (Ethnocentric Identification, Pictorial Content of Elementary School textbooks), Robert Kelley (New Negro Humor), Jo Tenjford Oslo (Some Children are.), calendar of Negro History, Janette Hoston Harris (Black Man, Why Do You Weep?), Harold T. Pinkett (Federal Archives, Sources for Negro History), Richard G. Durnin (Hagar, a Heroine of Colonial New England), Mary Louise Moore (poem), etc, African-Americans; Black Studies; Elizabeth D. Koontz (editorial), Launey F. Roberts, Jr., (Ethnocentric Identification, Pictorial Content of Elementary School textbooks), Robert Kelley (New Negro Humor), Jo Tenjford Oslo (Some Children are.), calendar of Negro History, Janette Hoston Harris (Black Man, Why Do You Weep?), Harold T. Pinkett (Federal Archives, Sources for Negro History), Richard G. Durnin (Hagar, a Heroine of Colonial New England), Mary Louise Moore (poem), etc, 24 clean, unmarked pages Size: 4 vo. Magazine. Seller Inventory # 054672

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Board of Education, City of New York

Published by New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY (1964)

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About this Item: New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn, NY, 1964. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition, 4th Printing. Text/BRAND NEW. Pale blue soft cover/NF; showing faint discoloration & trace soiling. Monograph, prepared as a guide for teachers, on the role of the Negro in American history. Volume identifies the major historical forces and the mutual relationship between the African-American community and the broader national/international developments. Prepared primarily for teachers in New York City, special consideration is given to Negro New Yorkers. Text in 10 parts followed by Bibliography: I, Slavery in the Old World: A Background; II, The African Heritage; III, The Latin-American Experience; IV, Servants, Slaves, & Patriots: 1619 - 1790; V, The House Divides: 1790 - 1861; VI, Triumph & Tragedy: 1861 - 1877; VII, The Nadir: 1877 - 1901; VIII, In Search of a Promised Land: 1901 - 1933; IX, Resurgence & Reform: 1933 - 1945; and, X, The Quest for Equality: 1945 - 1964. Fine resource and reference. Seller Inventory # 004911

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Olbrich, Emil; Carl Russell Fish, Ed

Published by University Of Wisconsin (1912)

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About this Item: University Of Wisconsin, 1912. Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. True first edition, softcover, 1912, printed by letter press, in original covers with 25 cent price present. Near fine. 1/2 inch chip off foot of spine, covers lightly age yellowed, otherwise tight, clean, crisp, unmarked and apparently never read. History; African-American; racism; voting rights; slavery. Seller Inventory # 34538

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Riecks, John M

Published by District of Columbia, Dep of (1964)

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About this Item: District of Columbia, Dep of, 1964. Hardcover. First Edition. Spiral-bound 8 x 11, 130pp, very good bulletin for use in the public schools of Washington, DC. Extra postage may be required for heavy or oversize books. Seller Inventory # 016078

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J. Bohlke [James Boehlke]; Margaret H. Storey and George S. Myers (eds.)

Published by Natural History Museum of Stanford University (1953)

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About this Item: Natural History Museum of Stanford University, 1953. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Good-. At top of title page, the author James Boehlke wrote, "Compliments of the author - J.B." Because the top margin was trimmed by the binder, the top edge of "Compliments of the author" was very slightly sliced off (still very legible overall). Deaccessioned from a Harvard University library, which bound this volume in reddish orange cloth; boards have some soil and edgewear; front and back hinges are starting, holding well; the title page and the final page have soil; bottom margin of title page has a 1.5 inch closed tear, repaired on the verso with what looks like archival document repair tape; text clean. 170 p., with one illustration (in the characid-fish article at back). [br 6]. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 401253

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Perry, Thelma D., Dan S. Green, Velma J. Hoover, Goddie Harold Hudson, Lee Bridges, Robert Hill, Stanley Warren, Cornelius P. Darcy, David Roediger, and other contributors

Published by Association for the Study of Negrol Life and History, Washington (1977)

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About this Item: Association for the Study of Negrol Life and History, Washington, 1977. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Near fine in original wrappers. Complete issue. Small sticker shadow on the front cover. Seller Inventory # b35037

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King, Martin Luther, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Patricia Romero, Harry E. Brennecke, Charlotte Nuby, Benjamin E. Mays, and other contributors

Published by Association for the Study of Negrol Life and History, Washington (1968)

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About this Item: Association for the Study of Negrol Life and History, Washington, 1968. Soft Cover. Condition: Near Fine. Cover photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (illustrator). First Edition. Near fine in original wrappers. Complete issue. Seller Inventory # b35036

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Published by Associated Publishers/The Association For The Study Of Negro Life & History (1972)

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About this Item: Associated Publishers/The Association For The Study Of Negro Life & History, 1972. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Publisher: Associated Publishers/The Association For The Study Of Negro Life & History, Washington D.C., 1972. First Edition, First Printing. FINE- in blue cloth-covered boards. NO dj. Comprising every issue from October 1965 through December 1967. Scratch on rear board. Not remainder marked. Not book club edition. Not ex-library. Seller Inventory # SKU1021800

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