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Images of the Negro in America, edited by Darwin T. Turner and Jean M. Bright
Bib ID 2038927
Format BookBook
Author
Turner, Darwin T., 1931-, ed
 
Description Boston, D.C. Heath [1965] 
xi, 113 p. 24 cm. 
Series

Selected source materials for college research papers

Notes

Bibliographical references included in "Suggestions for library work" (p. 112-113)

Subjects American literature -- African American authors.  |  African Americans -- Literary collections.  |  African Americans -- History -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Bright, Jean Marie, joint ed

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