The Negro in Our History [Facsimile Edition]
Wildside Press LLC, 2008 M06 1 - 412 páginas
A facsimile of the 1922 edition of "The Negro in Our History," by Carter G. Woodson, Ph.D. An essential book for African American libraries and collections.
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Slavery and the Constitution
The Irrepressible Conflict
The Negro in the Civil War
Finding a Way of Escape
XVIH Achievements in Freedom
The Negro in the World War
The Negro and Social Justice
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