Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States: From the Alabama Protests to the Death of Martin Luither King Jr.

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2000 - History - 754 pages
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A documentary history of the Negro people in the United States

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More than 50 years ago, back when the prevailing postulate was that the Negro had no real history, historian and author Aptheker began trudging among the pioneers, tracking, gathering, and assembling ... Read full review

Contents

Doomed to Destruction Black Ministers Appeal
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From the First Number of The Crisis 1910
22
The Opera House Lynching Kentucky 1911
29
Copyright

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HERBERT APTHEKER has taught at many leading institutions, including Bryn Mawr College and Yale University. He has just retired from his post at the University of California (Berkeley).

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